Staging Difference: Cultural Pluralism in American Theatre and Drama

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1.
See Weston La Barre, "Paralinguistics, Kinesics and Cultural Anthropology," Approaches to Semiotics, ed. Thomas A. Sebeok, Alfred A. Hayes, and Mary C. Bateson ( The Hague: Mouton, 1964), 205; Mary Ritchie Key, Paralanguage and Kinesics ( Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1975), 28.
2.
See Milton Gordon, Assimilation in American Life: The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origin ( New York: Oxford UP, 1964), 79. These include dress, manner, patterns of emotional expression, etc.
3.
See Edward T. Hall and Mildred Reed Hall, Understanding Cultural Differences ( Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural, 1990), 148-9. See also Simpson and Yinger on inverse stereotypes (154-5).
4.
There is considerable controversy among historians as to whether immigrants actually jeopardized native-born jobs. See William S. Bernard, ed., American Immigration Policy: A Reappraisal ( Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1950), 68, 78, 71; and John Bodnar, The Transplanted: A History of Immigrants in Urban America ( Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1985), 93, 68-9.

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