Advantages And Disadvantages Of Multiculturalism

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Register to read the introduction… These people must try to adapt and it’s always hard to change many aspects of their daily life. Sometimes they are treated as if they were not worth the name of a citizen and they feel like visitors in their hometown. In addition, they might tend to be aggressive. One of the reasons that causes terrorism is indifference in society. This misunderstanding and intolerance to citizens of different nationalities may cause brutal terrorist acts and take the lives of many innocent people.

Minority groups can get a lot of attention as they often say they are treated unfairly. This often means that there is positive discrimination against natives to keep the country happy. Unfortunately, this causes tension between natives and immigrants.

British culture will be wiped out in the coming years if the Government continues to pander to all other cultures and abandons its original children. We should be maintaining a balance to preserve our own culture, which has developed over thousands of years. All cultures should accept the British way of life first and build their cultural identity around
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Nevertheless, maybe one day, we could finally produce a peaceful, deferential multicultural country, from which everyone benefits.

It doesn't have to be one extreme or the other. We should all be proud of our cultural background but see it as something we all have in common; having our own cultural backgrounds. People are the same everywhere. If people were less afraid of knowing different cultures, there would be so much more harmony in our society today. I agree some people from all cultures tend to keep themselves away from mixing with other groups, and that is not beneficial to any society. British ways are not always the best ways; we need to appreciate other cultures because a broadened society makes a better life for all of us.

In conclusion, living in a multicultural society has many positive sides, because we can communicate with people who have different cultures and traditions. However, the government should pay attention to national minority’s problems and try to solve them, and then there will be no terrorism and violence in the

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