HIS 391 Reading Report: Individualism and Racism (Book Report Sample)
Please read the book "Land Without Ghosts". And write the essay the same way as you wrote for me before. Thank you.source..
Individualism and Racism
Individualism and Racism
This paper reflects on two accounts from the Land Without Ghosts. The first one is on individualism as written by “Gongwang” in 1932. From the individual account, the author terms America as “the most extremely individualistic nation” (Arkush & Lee, p145). As seen, there is an emphasis by the author on the individualistic nature of the American people. It is important to note that an aspect that is greatly contrasted between the American and Chinese society to date is individuality. While the members of the Chinese are considered to be more collective, the Americans are considered to be more individualistic. The author notes that the country is the most pleasure-seeking nation in the world. As per the author, the members of the American society are not dependent on others and look after themselves. There is a minimal interference with the lives of people in the country. The government interferes minimally, and the same applies to parents with their children.
An aspect of individualism that the author expounds on about the American society is how parents stop providing for their children once they grow up. In addition, when the parents grow old, they do not receive support from their children. It is evident, therefore, that there is a minimal dependence on one another. The emphasis on the individualism among Americans by the author only means that the Chinese society is different and there is more collectivism where children and parents depend on one another. The author gives an example of an old woman whose daughter lives just a mile from her, but she only visited he
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