本文主要讲的是吉普赛人和旅行者文化，由于这些人的移徙性质，他们中没有多少人能够接受教育，扫盲也不普遍。关于他们的信息主要是通过故事或口述历史获得的。然而，吉普赛人的大规模移民已经淡化了他们的文化。由于他们决心不被主流社会同化，他们已被从美国剩余的人口中分离出来。这是来自其他文化的人们怀疑吉普赛人拥有丰富多样文化的最重要的原因之一。然而，这个民族内部的文化和传统的差异可以在不同的氏族中发现，并由于地理位置的变化(Edden et al, 2011)。持续的旅行和旅行者的身份是过去的事，但仍然有罗姆人社区仍然积极旅行。本篇澳洲论文抄袭文章由澳洲论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Due to the migratory nature of these people, not many of them could receive education and literacy was not widespread. The information about them was mainly received through stories or oral histories. However, the mass migration in Romanies has resulted in watering down their culture. They have been separated from the remaining population of America, due to their determination of not assimilating in the dominant society. This is one of the most significant reasons that people from other cultures, suspect them while the Gypsies continue to have a rich and diverse culture. However, the difference in culture and traditions within this ethnic group can be found in different clans and because of change in location (Edden et al, 2011). The continuous travel and status of traveler is the thing of past, but still there are Romani communities that still actively travel.
The culture of the Gypsies and Travelers can be understood through their parties, their cultural celebrations or events, their daily life and their way of conflict resolution. According to the study of Matras (2008), Romani parties are quite extravagant and music goes throughout the night. The main alcoholic drink, which they prefer is ‘rakia’. “In one corner of the tent is the entertainment, such as a band, singer or musician, whilst elsewhere there are people dancing and enjoying the party atmosphere” (Matras, 2008, p. 11). This kind of celebration is different from the remaining population of America.
Significant gender difference is also found in communities of Gypsies, and such difference is mainly observed during their birth, marriage and death ceremonies. For example, the gypsies women are not allowed to attend represent their families alone at a funeral and their husband must accompany them to funerals. This has been the aspect of the Indian culture, where women are not allowed to attend funerals without males of the family (Matras, 2008). However, such restriction is not found in American culture.