Relationship Between Human Creative Expression and Culture

HUM 100 Worksheet: Relationship Between Human Creative Expression and Culture

 

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Artifact Reason
 

 

Rivera, C. H. (2009). Border crossings and beyond: The life and works of Sandra Cisneros. Macmillan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This artifact voices the pain and the emergence of power through decades of gender marginalization, racism, and poverty which serves to empower the American women of color (Rivera, 2009).

 


 

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Ethnic Group Example Universal Human Experience Example
The case for Lindo whereby her mother and matchmaker finds her a husband at the age of four is a true reflection of an ethnic group experience. While it is evident that Lindo later went to the united states and had the opportunity to get a husband of her own choice, her mother’s culture seems to have greatly restricted her choices.  This is an ethnic group experience whereby culture imposes certain rules which to be adhered to without free will. It highlights the societies demand women to succumb to fear and patriarchy, a misconception the author wants to demystify. This artifact voices the pain and the emergence of power through decades of gender marginalization, racism, and poverty which serves to empower the American women of color. The cultural action for freedom has shaped racial tolerance (Freire and da Veiga, 1970).

 

 

The case for Asian Americans experience serves as a universal human experience. In this case, a clash of culture and generational differences seem to present challenges to parents in this case, the four Chinese women who had to endure tragedy, fear, loss, and deceit while in the united states of America, faced challenges in communicating across generational and cultural gaps. Thus it emerges as great challenges to globalization where parents have to bring up children in cultures that are different to the ones they have been brought up with.  Thus it becomes a challenge for mothers to communicate effectively with their children making it hard for parents to understand their children’s problems. With globalization, culture evolves towards freedom (Nagel, 2003).
In one to two sentences, answer the following question: Based on the description in the article Making Asian American Women Visible: The Joy Luck Club, what influence might Tan’s novel, and similar artifacts, have on broader American culture? Can you think of another artifact that has had a similar impact?

 

 

 

Tan’s novel serves as a justification to empower women and thus may impact American culture by bringing more freedom to women.  Another artifact that has a similar impact is Rivera’s novel; Border crossings and beyond: The life and works of Sandra Cisneros.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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References

Rivera, C. H. (2009). Border crossings and beyond: The life and works of Sandra Cisneros. Macmillan.

Nagel, J. (2003). Race, ethnicity, and sexuality: Intimate intersections, forbidden frontiers (p. xii308). New York: Oxford University Press.

Freire, P., & da Veiga Coutinho, J. (1970). Cultural action for freedom (pp. 476-521). Harvard educational review.

 

 

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