Multiculturalism

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  • Disadvantages Of Multiculturalism In Australia

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    Multiculturalism has been advantageous for Australia. Do you agree? Australia has always been a multicultural country, the first immigrants that came to Australia were the British in 1788. During this phase of European settlement various policies were created to address cultural diversity. One of the most infamous policies was that of assimilation that forced Australian Aboriginal people and migrants to give up their own culture and heritage and assimilate to colonial Australian culture. Eventually

  • Essay On Ethnicity And Multiculturalism

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    The meaning of music and its value has evolved over the years of its birth. In the present world, music is now interpreted and taken as one can imagine it. The idea and worth of music to an individual or group can mean anything to them. There is no consistent meaning of music because anyone can create their own meaning rather than following another’s. Ethnicity on the other hand has a solid definition. From the Oxford Concise Dictionary of Sociology, “Ethnicity defines individuals who consider themselves

  • Multiculturalism In Canada Essay

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    In 1971, Canada became the first country in the world to create an official policy of multiculturalism. The Multiculturalism Policy of Canada, as it was known at the time, affirmed the equality of all Canadians regardless of their ethnic background, culture, religion, or language. Moreover, it recognized the value of combining cultures to create a unique Canadian identity. Cultural expression was encouraged, with multicultural activities such as festivals and heritage classes taking place across

  • Essay on Multiculturalism in Canada

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    Multiculturalism" is the existence of a culturally diversified society where people from different backgrounds and races come and live together. However an insight of this integrated society reveals that everyone seems to have a different opinion on the issue of how this diverse community should operate. One of the countries of North America called "the mosaic" is Canada. It has earned this distinct name because of the mix of races, cultures and ethnicities residing in it. Canada's geographical features

  • The Importance Of Multiculturalism In Canada

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    Canada is known globally for its multiculturalism and loves to boast about it, we even have a day dedicated to it. On Canada’s Multiculturalism Day in 2017 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that “multiculturalism is at the heart of Canada’s heritage and identity - and as Canadians, we recognize that our differences make us strong” (Trudeau). In grade school Canadians are taught about the supposed marvels of multiculturalism and, in Alberta, an entire year of social studies is dedicated to it in

  • Is Multiculturalism Changing Britain?

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    Is Multiculturalism changing Britain? Britain has always been known for their multicultural society. A multicultural nation consist people with different ethnics and cultures that are living in one country. Britain has been affected by foreign cultures and what signifies "typically British" may not be from Britain at all but from other minorities and cultures. Some groups fail to recognize this and instead showing racist tendencies. The UK consists of different ethnic minorities and people

  • Is Multiculturalism Changing Britain

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    Is Multiculturalism changing Britain? Britain has always been known for their multicultural society. A multicultural nation consist people with different ethnics and cultures that are living in one country. Britain has been affected by foreign cultures and what signifies "typically British" may not be from Britain at all but from other minorities and cultures. Some groups fail to recognize this and instead showing racist tendencies. The UK consists of different ethnic minorities and people

  • Is Feminism Bad For Multiculturalism?

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    In his lecture Is Feminism Bad for Multiculturalism?, Chandran Kukathas argues that the ideals of feminism and multiculturalism are fundamentally opposed to each other, and that when push comes to shove, it is multiculturalism that is ultimately more important to protect. He attempts to argue against Susan Okin 's argument in her Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women? by first laying out her own argument and then arguing against her premises. I will do the same here, first summarizing Kukathas 's argument

  • Importance Of Multiculturalism In Australia

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    Malcolm Turnbull has stated that “Australia is the world’s most successful multicultural nation”. All the people know Australia is a multicultural state which is a civilization of populace from a wealthy variety of artistic, racial, linguistic. The multiculturalism describes the difference of culture and race in modern Australia. This difference is trying to safeguard the benefit of every Australian and national interest. Cultural variety is significant since our state, workplaces, and school are comprised

  • The Importance Of Multiculturalism In Education

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    other subjects. Conversely, there are free educational programs in Australian schools that give children an opportunity to study their family language because it demonstrates the country’s strong support for cultural diversity. This is because multiculturalism promotes cultural awareness, which includes having a diverse range of cuisines, beliefs, interests and traditions shared across the country. There are many diverse languages spoken across the globe in many countries and many nations are increasingly