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  • Example Of Multiculturalism In Canada

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    in their family and have a feeling of having a place. Acknowledgment gives Canadians a sentiment security and self-assurance, making them more open to, and tolerating of, assorted societies. The Canadian experience has demonstrated that multiculturalism energizes racial and ethnic amicability and culturally diverse comprehension. It promotes the citizens of a country to not only be a good citizen, but it allows them to understand better the contributions they can make by being a global citizen as

  • What Is Multiculturalism In Canada

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    Multiculturalism was first adopted by Canada in 1971, officially becoming a policy to fully affirm the value and dignity of all Canadian citizens regardless of one’s racial or ethnic group, language, or any kind of religious affiliation . Throughout these years, Canada failed to successfully address the ethno-cultural in regards to the federal government’s attempt to fully support the maintenance and development of cultural communities and the concept of independence for the citizens and also neglected

  • Is Multiculturalism Bad For Women?

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    In this essay I argue that multiculturalism and establishing group rights for cultures is not as harmful to the interests women as Okin implies in her essay, “Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?”. (587). First I will outline Okin’s examples which she uses to frame her view of the control of women by men in their cultures. I will also outline her arguments that group rights and multiculturalism should be viewed skeptically. I will then define multiculturalism. Then I will argue that Okin uses vague

  • Multiculturalism And The Identity Of Canada

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    governments and policies, and then funnels through every network of the public sphere down to the diverse individuals whose identities are determined by differing levels of trust. Multiculturalism is found at the very centre of this. The appreciation of others and respect for other cultures is the premise of multiculturalism and is intended to prevent racial divides and conflict from arising. When executed correctly, it has the power and ability to allow for trust among one another, which is pivotal

  • Canada Is A Multiculturalism Country

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    We always say Canada is a multiculturalism country. However, what is multiculturalism? A country that is full of people with different cultural backgrounds and different races living together in peace. Canada is a multicultural society, so an increasing number of immigrants came to Canada, mostly from African, Asian, and Caribbean countries. But in Canadian history of multiculturalism has started with xenophobic approach to immigrants. In the beginning of 20th century, immigrants could not be recognized

  • Multiculturalism And Its Impact On Society

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    According to Takaki and Rattansi, Multiculturalism was a concept that played a vital role in how cultures assembled together in celebration of cultural diversity and pluralism to redress the inequalities all throughout the world. Through the readings, it is easy to identify that multiculturalism made a daily impact on people. The most critical social groups such as race, gender, religion, sexuality, nationality, and disability face the most constraint and enmity on social identity and opportunity

  • The Failure Of Multiculturalism Essay

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    In many countries multiculturalism has caused several problems and conflicts in the past years, problems like overpopulation or unemployment that can cause economic and social challenges. But despite the fact that multiculturalism has granted countries the opportunity to grow both economically and socially, politicians like David Cameron, Merkel and Sarkozy have already claimed it being a failure. This has caused people of today’s society asking themselves, has multiculturalism failed or not? If

  • The Multivisions of Multiculturalism Essay

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    The Multivisions of Multiculturalism ABSTRACT: The questions suggested by the term "multiculturalism" range far and wide, embracing: questions of inclusion; questions of criteria; questions of self-identity; and questions of the meaning of multiculturalism. In this essay I provide a framework: (i) that allows us to begin a discussion that might answer such questions; (ii) that illuminates why it is that such a modest aim is the most we can hope for at this time; and (iii) that provides an understanding

  • Multiculturalism in a Pluralistic Society

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    In this signature assignment, I will discuss my understanding of multiculturalism in a pluralistic society. Furthermore, a portion of this essay will focus on Constitutional Right’s protecting basic educational freedoms as well as factors that affect public education in America. Lastly, I will conclude the assignment with suggestions for delivering a multicultural education in the future. I studied the meaning of multiculturalism earlier, but in a less general setting. As cited in a previous assignment

  • Pros And Disadvantages Of Multiculturalism

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    Multiculturalism as a normative ideology: a promise or a threat? It is a difficult task to take a clear side as it is a question with no simple answer in which both sides have to be considered to come to a conclusion. Before we go deep into any sides, what is multiculturalism in the first place? IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) defines Multiculturalism as the co-existence of diverse cultures, where culture is composed of racial, religious, or cultural groups