Milton Gordon (born 1918) is an American sociologist. He is most noted for having devised a theory on the Seven Stages of Assimilation. Acculturation: newcomers adopt language, dress, and daily customs of the host society (including values and norms). Structural assimilation: large-scale entrance of minorities into cliques, clubs and institutions in the host society. Marital assimilation: widespread intermarriage. Identification assimilation: the minority feels bonded to the dominant culture.

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  • Milton Gordon (born 1918) is an American sociologist. He is most noted for having devised a theory on the Seven Stages of Assimilation. Acculturation: newcomers adopt language, dress, and daily customs of the host society (including values and norms). Structural assimilation: large-scale entrance of minorities into cliques, clubs and institutions in the host society. Marital assimilation: widespread intermarriage. Identification assimilation: the minority feels bonded to the dominant culture. Attitude reception assimilation refers to the absence of prejudice . Behavior reception assimilation refers to the absence of discrimination. Civic assimilation occurs when there is an absence of values and power struggles.↑
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