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  • Multiculturalism And The United Kingdom

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    cause of this phenomenon known as multiculturalism. The notion of culture includes values, habits, identity, language, citizenship, and religion. A monoculture exhibits similarity in all the above mentioned factors (de Guchteneire et al. 32). In a multicultural state there is culture diversification, in which people are at will to practice their various cultures. Multiculturalism has led to conflicts between the natives and the immigrants, as was the case in the United Kingdom, Germany, and South Africa

  • Managing Diversity

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    workforce. This research will reflect not only why it is important for organizations to embrace the differences in a diverse workplace, but will discuss the consequences that may occur if they do not incorporate effective methods for addressing a multicultural population. A clear discussion of the educational tools used to satisfy all those that are involved will follow; as well as the discussion of the benefits for an organization with a diversity program with a focus on its retention rates, increased

  • Managing Diversity in the Workplace Essay

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    workforce. This research will reflect not only why it is important for organizations to embrace the differences in a diverse workplace, but will discuss the consequences that may occur if they do not incorporate effective methods for addressing a multicultural population. A clear discussion of the educational tools used in this project will follow. In addition, the discussion will include the benefits of organizations with a healthy diversity program with a focus on retention rates, increased employee

  • Multicultural Education : A Multicultural Classroom

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    An additional aspect to a perfect education system would be the use of multicultural education in schools. Multicultural education creates a comfortable environment for students of all races and ethnicities to learn in by combining a variety of ideals about teaching. According to Geneva Gay, the creator of multicultural education, one of these ideals is understanding the cultural characteristics and cultural contributions of different ethnic groups, such as the values of different ethnic groups,

  • Multicultural Education And Multicultural Schools

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    Introduction There have been multiple definitions for Multicultural definition which has become so imperative. Multicultural education alludes to any form of education or teaching that incorporates the histories, texts, values, beliefs, and perspectives of people from different cultural backgrounds (Bank).America is considered to be a “melting pot” because of the many people who have immigrated in search of a better life. Immigrants have brought with them their own unique cultures. Different genders

  • Multicultural Curriculum For A Multicultural Classroom

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    When I first started this class I was aware of multicultural curriculum but I was not aware of how important it was in a classroom setting. As the weeks have gone by in this class, I have learned that multicultural curriculum is important because it 's a way for teachers to include all children from diverse backgrounds. As we 've have progressed in the study of multicultural curriculum we have learned to address important topics such as biases, social justice, stereotypes, the development of identity

  • Multicultural Issues In Multicultural Education

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    Multicultural Issues Raquel mentions she failed the seventh grade; as a result she was placed in “special classes.” She also stated she does not see the point of going to school. Brammer (2004) mentions language barriers is a hindrance among Latin American while in school. Many Latin Americans are bilingual; however, the will speak little English outside of the school setting. This causes complications due to their primary language is Spanish which is spoken by family and friends (Brammer, 2004)

  • Multicultural Education : A Truly Multicultural Mosaic

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    Multicultural education incorporates the idea that all students- regardless of their gender, social class, and ethnic, racial, or cultural characteristics- should have an equal opportunity to learn in school, (Banks & Banks, 2010, p. 3.) For centuries our country, the United States of America, has been known as the “melting pot” in a sense that our world was moving towards multiculturalism. Some see the old metaphor, the “melting pot” fading away within the last decade and has grown into a new term(s)

  • Multicultural Community

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    Communities all over the world vary in terms of diversity. Community in one area could be fully diverse and multicultural whereas, another community could lack diversity. One area could consist of multiple ethnicities and their languages. Another area could lack various ethnicities and multiple languages that they bring. There are many elements that make a community diverse and multicultural. A multicultural community that is composed of different ethnicities and languages creates a diverse and an open-minded

  • Multicultural Psychology

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    Multicultural Psychology Anthony Stamatouras University of Phoenix May 3, 2010 Multicultural Psychology Multicultural psychology is something that is relevant in this day and age. Today, with a vast number of people of different minority attachments living together, the idea of multicultural psychology is a good thing. Multicultural psychology is a discipline that is closely related to cross-cultural psychology and in fact is difficult to make that distinction ( Weiner, Freedheim,

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