immigration: debate food
Posted in the Education Forum
#1 Jan 27, 2013
If two people are in a closed room without any stimulation but a constant stream of classical music, they might learn to like classical music over time even if they resent its monotony at first.
If a third person is introduced into the room, they might contest with the first two people who already have grown to like the monotonous classical music, claiming that they should play something else.
The lesson of this story is, measuring the adaptation rates of individuals is almost always condition-based and therefore determining, for example, if the culturally-unique American franchise Planet Hollywood is immediately pleasing to a non-American immigrant may be difficult which informally explains the psychological comfort value (and social education value) of immigration-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Coming to America" (1988).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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