Ultural diversity and subcultures in the United States

This is an 9-page fieldwork-based study of a group or cultural phenomenon in which you act as a participant observer of the group (an ethnography). So I started out a guide paragraph or an introduction along with instructions that pretty much sorts out the paper and what the main topic is a?the essence of the papera?. I am writing about the cultural diversity and subcultures in the United States. Looking into the larger question of subcultures in the united states, and emphasize the presence of cultural diversity living harmonically together which is the beauty of it to me, and to imaginably interview some members of each group and talk about the connection that may occur between the groups which at the end forms the larger culture of the United States. So maybe try to create a narrative in which you interview a member of a an ethnical group for example a Mexican female that marry an Irish male or any other ethnicity it doesnat have to be this one but to show the idea of how even when people are coming from different backgrounds ethnically, there could be a connection through marriage, work, friendship and so on that makes the united states a special nation.
a? Here is what I started: (You donat have to stick to that by any means, only if you just think itas helpful)
(Living in a culturally rich society, it has always been to my attempt to explore this phenomenon of cultural diversity within the overall American culture. People often use such phrases as a?American culture,a? or a?Western culture,a? as if such large or common cultures exist in the United States today. Itas more to acknowledge the presence of cultural diversity, or the presence of multiple cultures and cultural differences within a society. Looking at it Ethnically, many different cultural groups comprise the United States living in the United Statesa such as Greek Americans, Italian Americans, Irish Americans, Mexican Americans, and African Americans, Arab Americans, Persian Americans and many morea may also form subcultures. Most of these adjust to mainstream America, but may still retain many of their cultural customs and in some cases their native ethnic language. Another component that could be looked at in this study is smaller cultural groups that exist within but differ in some way from the main culture a?subculturesa?.)
a? Here is what the format of the paper should be like:
Introduction: One or two pages to introduce the issue, group, or problem you will be working on, which here is the (Cultural diversity that results subcultures)

Brief literature review: What have others written about this group or issue? What will your analysis contribute to that discourse? Asking a librarian for help on finding any prior studies is highly recommended.

Methodology: A few pages describing your methodology. How did you find your group or your informants, or your issue? What method did you use to collect your information a participant observation, interviews, surveys?

Data presentation: Several pages discussing the results of your observations-what people said, including pull quotes or excerpts from interviews or surveys.

Analysis: Several pages of explanation of the problem. Analyze how your observations compare and/or relate to the original problem, issue or group you studied.

Summary: a short conclusion wrapping up the overall experience, how it affected your perceptions of the subject, and what it added to our body of knowledge on the topic.
Additional materials: You may choose to include an a?Appendixa? that shows your raw data in the form of whatever method you chose to get the data, whether the original interviews on paper, or video or sound recording. This is very helpful to the reader, who then gets to essentially participate with you in your project.