1. “Race” is a classification of people according to their physical appearances, geographic ancestry, and heritable characteristics. “Culture” is a classification of people according to their beliefs and values that include spirituality, religion, region, language, and livelihoods.
Distinction is important as “race” is based on physical appearance while “culture” is based on beliefs, values, and life symbols. People with the same race may have different cultures, and people with the same culture may have different races
2. UOP is a very diverse campus as it serves students from all over the United States and encompasses sever diverse people. It is very advantageous as it stimulates conversations that can enhance your educational career with shared experiences from different cultures.
The problems a lack of diversity can cause is If there is only a minimal amount of diverse ethnic and cultural groups within a group of students, they can suffer from the wonders that come from learning about new things through different types of people.
3. I don't really give any significance to the complete random chance that resulted in me being born white. I don't give it any moral, sociological, cultural, intellectual, or profound physical meaning or content. I think of it as a minimally interesting, primarily cosmetic characteristic that has been invested with some significance by others so that I have gained an unfair cultural advantage in this society by it. I recognize that I'm lucky enough not to have to notice or worry about race, usually, or even to consider it or think of myself as white.
I wish a difference could be a false sense of entitlement of some of our Caucasian culter and a feeling of being superior to other kinds of people.
4. It is problematic because the production behind television is to portray primarily a “dominant” message. These messages are embedded in the pleasant disguise of fictional entertainment. The critique that emerges, then is...