Milton Myron Gordon (born October 3, 1918) is an American sociologist. He is most noted for having devised a theory on the Seven Stages of Assimilation. He was born in Gardiner, Maine. 1. * Acculturation: newcomers adopt language, dress, and daily customs of the host society (including values and norms). 2. * Structural assimilation: large-scale entrance of minorities into cliques, clubs and institutions in the host society. 3. * Marital assimilation: widespread intermarriage. 4. * Identification assimilation: the minority feels bonded to the dominant culture. 5. * Attitude reception assimilation refers to the absence of prejudice . 6. * Behavior reception assimilation refers to the absence of discrimination. 7. * Civic assimilation occurs when there is an absence of v

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  • Milton Myron Gordon (ur. 3 października 1918 w Gardiner, Maine) - amerykański socjolog. Ukończył studia licencjackie w Bowdoin College w 1939. Tytuł magistra i doktora socjologii otrzymał na Uniwersytecie w Columbii odpowiednio w 1940 i 1950. Profesorem socjologii został na Uniwersytecie w Massachusetts, gdzie spędził resztę swojej kariery nauczycielskiej otrzymując w 1986 status profesora emerytowanego.Zasłynął z opracowania teorii siedmiu etapów asymilacji kulturowej opracowaną w Assimilation in American Life. W artykule The Concept of the Sub-Cultur and Its Application sformułował pojęcie subkultury. (pl)
  • Milton Myron Gordon (born October 3, 1918) is an American sociologist. He is most noted for having devised a theory on the Seven Stages of Assimilation. He was born in Gardiner, Maine. 1. * Acculturation: newcomers adopt language, dress, and daily customs of the host society (including values and norms). 2. * Structural assimilation: large-scale entrance of minorities into cliques, clubs and institutions in the host society. 3. * Marital assimilation: widespread intermarriage. 4. * Identification assimilation: the minority feels bonded to the dominant culture. 5. * Attitude reception assimilation refers to the absence of prejudice . 6. * Behavior reception assimilation refers to the absence of discrimination. 7. * Civic assimilation occurs when there is an absence of values and power struggles. (en)
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  • Milton Myron Gordon (ur. 3 października 1918 w Gardiner, Maine) - amerykański socjolog. Ukończył studia licencjackie w Bowdoin College w 1939. Tytuł magistra i doktora socjologii otrzymał na Uniwersytecie w Columbii odpowiednio w 1940 i 1950. Profesorem socjologii został na Uniwersytecie w Massachusetts, gdzie spędził resztę swojej kariery nauczycielskiej otrzymując w 1986 status profesora emerytowanego.Zasłynął z opracowania teorii siedmiu etapów asymilacji kulturowej opracowaną w Assimilation in American Life. W artykule The Concept of the Sub-Cultur and Its Application sformułował pojęcie subkultury. (pl)
  • Milton Myron Gordon (born October 3, 1918) is an American sociologist. He is most noted for having devised a theory on the Seven Stages of Assimilation. He was born in Gardiner, Maine. 1. * Acculturation: newcomers adopt language, dress, and daily customs of the host society (including values and norms). 2. * Structural assimilation: large-scale entrance of minorities into cliques, clubs and institutions in the host society. 3. * Marital assimilation: widespread intermarriage. 4. * Identification assimilation: the minority feels bonded to the dominant culture. 5. * Attitude reception assimilation refers to the absence of prejudice . 6. * Behavior reception assimilation refers to the absence of discrimination. 7. * Civic assimilation occurs when there is an absence of v (en)
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