TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioecomonic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.: A Black-American Experience!®: Angels Do Speak!®

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) TMSC International®'s Logitudinal Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America's Socioecomonic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.: A Black-American Experience!® Attended Langston University (HBCU)

TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.: A Black-American Experience!® is by:

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) Leader Researcher and Observation Manager ATWS Drug Treatment Program Longitudinal Research Study Program 2003 -2014. Attended Langston University, Langston Oklahoma (HBCU).

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and

Derek Henry Secondary Researcher and Grassroots Field Supervisor ATWS Drug Treatment Program Longitudinal Research Study Program 2011 – 2014. Attended Clark-Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia (HBCU):

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Derek Henry Secondary Researcher and Grassroots Field Supervisor: TMSC International®'s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America's Socioecomonic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.: A Black-American Experience!® Attended Clark-Atlanta University (HBCU)

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Societies around the world live by social class systems. The United States of America’s social class system is called a “socioeconomic social class system”. Many of the societies around the world are primarily a form of an “international caste system”. Each society defines the caste system differently, including:

A Legacy based caste system, a Parent based caste system, a Race based caste system and  a Societal based caste system.

  • A Legacy Caste is  historically a social system which communities are separated into hereditary groups (Family).
  • A Parent Caste is a social class system that is determined at birth, you are what your parents are. If your parents are educated , you are required to get educated, etc.
  • A Race Caste is when the social structure is divided by heredity (Racism).
  • A Societal Caste is a social system were the groups are assigned at birth and does not consider personality (this implies it does not depend on heredity).

The United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System, simply, has three class systems that have there own subdivisions, Upper Class, Middle Class, and te Lower Class. The social structure is based on an individual’s own accomplishments. The United States of America’s childhood educational system is free and  this implies equal opportunity.

 Purpose of Publication

The purpose of this publication is to educate non-caste system based societies about this form of socialization and offer supporting information, results, and recommendations for immigrants from caste systems to better  fuse into the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System.

Supporting Information

International Social Caste Systems and the Socioeconomic Social Class System are external forces that support society. Socialization, external, is evaluated by interactions with the outside world.

Timely television News reports have documented the harassment the immigrants have experienced. Limited understanding and interpretation of English increases the emotional stress a “New American” may experience.

Educating immigrants on laws and customs of the United States of America may reduce the amount of reports on immigrant’s harassment.

Purpose of the Research

This is a Longitudinal Research Study, published by TMSC Consulting Services®, LLC , physically conducted by The International Library of Paranormal Psychology®, and named by TMSC International®.

This Longitudinal Research Study has developed Recommendations for immigrant fusion from a social caste system to the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System.

Research Time Period

2003 – 2015 A.D.

Tres Mali Scott, Lead Researcher/Observation Manager 2003 – 2015 A.D.

Derek Henry, Secondary Researcher/Grassroots Field Supervisor 2011 – 2015 A.D.

Subjects

The subjects of this longitudinal research study include individuals and businesses in public areas of Postal zip codes 90056, 90045, 90213,  90006, and surrounding areas in Los Angeles, California; Beverly Hills, California; and Downtown Los Angeles, California (in the mission area); of the United States of America.

Definition of Terms for TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.

Joined Group– The social group of members or individuals tha are associated with one anothr, based on a “Group Level” view, with similarities and minimized differences. The “Group Level” similarities and differences list include:

  1. Race
  2. Sexual Orientation
  3. Marital Status
  4. Religious Preference
  5. Culture
  6. Ability/Disability
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Geographic Location
  9. Age
  10. Scioecomonic Status
  11. Gender

Legacy Caste– A historical social system which communities are separated into hereditary groups (Family). A Legacy Based Caste.

Longitudinal Research Study– A survey of correlational research that involves repeated observations of the same variables over long periods of time (a decade or more) through observations (observational study).

Most– This longitudinal research study uses the term “most” meaning more than half the described members or individuals.

Parent Caste– A social class system that is determined at birth, “you are what your parents are”. For example: if you parents are educated, you are required to get educated, etc. Parent Based Caste.

Race Caste– The social structure is divided by heredity (Racism). Race Based Caste.

Societal Caste– A social system were the groups are assigned at birth and does not consider personality (this implies it does not depend on heredity). Societal Based Caste.

Social Group– The members or individuals that gather together and commune (eat and/or dring) together.

Socioeconomic Social Class System– Simply explained, it is a social structure based on an individual’s own accomplishments, i.e. financial and educational. The United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System,  has three class systems that have there own subdivisions, Upper Class, Middle Class, and te Lower Class. The United States of America’s elementary, middle school, and high school systems are free and this implies equal opportunity for employment and higher education.

  1. The Upper Class includes ownership, politics, and enhanced family life. When taxes are set and not percentage, it appears that, per dollar, The Upper Class pays less taxes. The Upper Class is about 20% of the population.
  2. The Middle Class is the largest socioeconomic social class in the United States of America, about 40%. The Middle Class is more likely to have a single family dwelling and carries most the the tax dollars for the country.
  3. The Lower Class is also about 20% of the population and lives below the poverty line, obtains most of the social services provided by the Government and Religious organizations, and is less likely to obtain a higher education or ownership.

Method of TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.

Informed Consent

TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D. is published by  TMSC Consulting Services®, LLC G.N.S. Press #4789 and was physically conducted by The International Library of Paranormal Psychology® (DBA) G.N.S. Press #4789.

All observations were made in public ares in Los Angeles, California; Beverly Hills, California; and Downtown Los Angeles, California (in the mission area) of Postal zip codes 90056, 90045, 90213, 90006, and surrounding areas in the United States of America.

Individuals and businesses in the aforementioned geographic locations were informed that their behavior was being observed:

“I am observing people behavior”.

Tres Mali Scott

Confidentiality

As a Free/Independent Press Agent, G.N.S. Press #4789, individuals and businesses observed are not and will not be released as a named enitity, agent, individual, or organization (and/or anything else).

Type of Research

TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioecononic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D. is by a private Free/Independent Media Company (G.N.S. Press #4789) that is descriptive and qualitative.

Information (Data) Collection Process

The information (data) provided by TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D. was collected through:

  • Observations of social interactions during structured activities and served meals.
  • Communication- Life history conversations.
  • Oral assessments (reading, math, manners).
  • Structured interview questions through conversations and communication.
  • Follow-up oral assessments (consistency).
  • Follow-up structured interview questions (consistency).
  • Follow-up communication on life history (consistency).

Reporting of the Information (data) Collected

The information (data) provided by TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D. is reported by descriptions of observations, oral assessments, and structured oral interviews through conversations.

The information (data) collected is reported in the Results and Recommendations sections of the TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.

Results

The results of the descriptions of social interaction during structured activities and served meals, communication on life history, conversations, oral assessments (reading, math, manners), structured interview questions through conversations/communication and all follow-ups include:

  • The United States of America holds some values of social caste systems with the socioeconomic social class system. The most common seen are Parent Caste (you are what your parents are) and Race Caste (divided by heredity). An Upper Class caste commonly used in the Socioeconomic Social Class System is the Legacy Caste, many organizations pass membership to future generations.
  • Social Class Systems are a living cultural system that influences and develops beliefs for:
  • Ethnic Heritage, Economic Standing, Educational Status, Social Valued, Cultural Values, Marriage, Economic Mobility, Social Mobility, Ownership, Geographic Location, Religion, and Social Interactions/Relationships with the general society.

  • Social Class Systems are reinforced through learning models. The field’s of Psychology and Education, in the United States of America, have studied and named many of them.
  • Socialization within a social caste or class system at the “Group Level” of similarities and differences include:
  • 1. Race, 2. Sexual Orientation, 3. Marital Status, 4. Religious Status, 5. Culture, 6. Ability/Disability, 7. Ethnicity, 8. Geographic Location, 9. Age, 10. Socioeconomic Status, 11. Gender. The social caste system “Societal Caste”, a group assignment at birth and not by personality, uses these factors,  in a  positive or negative group placement situation.

  • Body marking or decorations (tattoos/piercings) are used in Religion, occult, and to identify Tribes, as well as Gangs and Drug Cartels. This also includes jewellery, hair styles, head dresses (hats) and clothing (gender appropriateness).
  • The immigrant homeless migration behaviors appear as emotionally stressed responses (associated with lower caste behaviors) that are not taught by any social caste system.

The Immigrant Homeless Migration behaviors

The immigrant homeless migration behaviors include:

  1. Generally the immigrant was from a higher social class or caste than the observed joined group.
  2. The immigrant experiencing communication problems (interpretation and understanding English) appeared stressed.
  3. When the immigrant could  not interpret or understand, an emotional outburst occurred. Some could have or did become violent.
  4. Many of the behaviors caused the community and society to place them with drug users, abusers, and addicts, even when the immigrant was not associating with drugs or users, abusers, or addicts.
  5. Outburst prevented immigrants from participating in normal community behaviors, for example: going to the store, sitting in the local coffee or smoke shops, and eating inside the local restaurants.
  6. Most of the immigrants migrating were in a community for three to six months.
  7. The United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System is based on single family dwellings. The immigrants appeared stressed due to isolation from extended family.
  8. The local businesses, stores, and restaurants repeatedly requested Police and Sheriff assistance to remove the individuals.

Recommendations from TMSC International®’s Longitudinal Research Study: International Social Caste Systems and the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System 2003-2015 A.D.

The following recommendations are taught through Social Caste Systems and the Socioeconomic Social Class System for caste and social class appropriate behaviors. This longitudinal research study recommends, based on information (data) collected from 2003 to 2015 A.D.:

  1. Responsible use of Education meaning, IQ, field, major, and race appropriate placement. Heritage, geographic location, and social interaction/relationships with a community or society are major factors in   motivation and encouragement of placements. For example, as a result of a history of slavery and Racial imbalance in the United States of America, there is a “Historically Black College or University (HBCU)” system to allow individuals to attend colleges and/or universities free from harassment and intimidation.
  2. Affective Interpersonal Education. This includes culture, values, economic status (ability to pay), geographic location (regional socialization), social & economic mobility, and educational status.
  3. Alternative Activities. Consideration of activities includes: family status (marriage, children & extended family care) and Religion.
  4. Affective Emotional Coping Education. This is to improve responses in: social interaction/relationships with the community or society, family status (marriage, children, & extended family care), ownership (emotional investment), cultural values (what is considered appropriate expression).
  5. Meeting the Social and Psychology Needs of individual members of social caste systems to fuse into the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System.
  6. Improve Poor Life Skills. These life skills are taught skills and should be appropriate to geographic location, lifestyle, family status (marriage, children, or extended family care), educational status, and cultural values. Not all individuals value the United States of America’s hopes, dreams, or goals.
  7. Continue offering Civil Citizenship Classes  for new immigrants that are remaining in the United States of America with classroom strategies focused on “effective fusion” into the United States of America’s Socioeconomic Social Class System.

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