Resultados 1 a 3 de 3
  1. #1
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010
    Posts
    14,998

    [EN] Tu casa es mi casa. Whites of European descent will be a minority by 2044

    Whites of European descent, the majority in America for 200 years, will be a minority by 2044




    AMERICA is a country built by immigration, but nothing in its history compares to the rise in its Hispanic population. Changes to immigration law in the 1960s triggered a decades-long surge in arrivals, taking the Hispanic population from just 7m in 1970 to 57m today, a number that is set to double by mid-century. At that point one in four Americans will be of Latino descent. In relation to the population of the day, there have been proportionally larger surges in the past, notably involving European migrations in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

    Two factors make the rise of Hispanic America different. Never before has such a large group of new arrivals lived so close to their ancestral homelands, linked to grandparents in the same time zone by cheap flights and Skype. Secondly, America is entering an era of white decline. For almost two centuries, from the time of George Washington's presidency to the election of Ronald Reagan, whites of European descent made up at least 80% of the population. That share is below two-thirds now, and the white majority is set to become a minority by 2044. That brings both challenges and opportunities. Today's Hispanics lag behind whites when it comes to education and wealth. But they are strikingly young, lowering America's median age and offering workers to fill the labour market when other rich countries face greying decline. Politicians too often discuss Hispanics as almost a single-issue group, as victims or villains of immigration. But five-sixths are legal residents and recent Latino growth has been mostly from births, not new arrivals. Hispanics are dispersing across the country and their political clout will only grow: nearly 1m US-born Latinos reach voting age annually.


    Coerente com a história da expansão territorial dos EUA.

    Read the full Special Report on America's Hispanics here.


    http://www.economist.com/blogs/graph...tucasaesmicasa
    Última edição por 5ms; 21-03-2015 às 18:35.

  2. #2
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010
    Posts
    14,998
    Politicians too often discuss Hispanics as almost a single-issue group, as victims or villains of immigration. But five-sixths are legal residents and recent Latino growth has been mostly from births, not new arrivals.
    Não apenas politicos, mas também filmes e séries, como, por exemplo, American Crime (vitimas) e The Bridge (vilões).
    Última edição por 5ms; 21-03-2015 às 19:03.

  3. #3
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010
    Posts
    14,998

    Desonestidade intelectual

    A matéria indicada exibe o mesmo mapa porém com alegado histórico de proporção em Novo México. Pois bem. Nos últimos 100 anos a população do NM de origem hispânica manteve-se abaixo de 40%. Ainda assim, o editor de arte optou por usar cores fortes para forçar um entendimento de dominio (com pouco mais de 40% no máximo), 8 faixas para justificar contraste com cor escura para proporção acima de 5%, e ainda usou um tom suave nas regiões com participação zero, iludindo o leitor sobre a real abrangência. Vigarice.

    Última edição por 5ms; 21-03-2015 às 20:51.

Permissões de Postagem

  • Você não pode iniciar novos tópicos
  • Você não pode enviar respostas
  • Você não pode enviar anexos
  • Você não pode editar suas mensagens
  •