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    Cultural Responsiveness

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    In this paper, I will discuss how this class influenced my understandings about my own cultural identity while also learning about the identities of my future students. Incorporating multiculturalism within my classroom will be beneficial for my students because we live in a diverse society. I will incorporate my research and group presentations on Latino/Hispanic, Women/Girls, Poverty/Homelessness, LGBTQ, and American Indian students when working with my future students, who identify with the…

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    Essay On Zunera Ishaq

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    the case of Zunera Ishaq, drew considerable attention in 2015. In large part to the proximity to the federal election and a potential rising tide of Islamaphobia which began to permeate Canadian society. Canada may have an official policy of multiculturalism, but in practice, much is left to be desired. First and foremost, in my opinion, Canada is still, for the most part, a society governed by the ideology of a patriarchal, white, Christian European dominance, in which the “Other”, that is,…

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    The term ‘Cultural Diversity’ refers to the presence of cultures different to the majority culture in a society. There are two approaches to cultural diversity: Multiculturalism, which institutionalises tolerance and inclusion by law and uniculturalism, which allows cultural minorities to express their culture but regards the majority culture as national ethos. The opposite of cultural diversity is the approach of monoculturalism, which aims for a homogenous society by only entitling the…

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    In Shauna Singh Baldwin’s short story titled Montreal 1962, the stigma that surrounds turbans and religious dress as a whole, implies that multiculturalism allows for people of different ethnicities and race to live in Canada, but those who do immigrate to Canada must abide by the set social normalities and conduct themselves in a way that is considered “western”. This is a problematic and oppressive mindset to have. This mindset has prevented many opportunities for immigrated Canadians. If an…

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    Gunadie explores the multicultural descent that exist in Canada. The video describes that one is not excluded from identifying as a Canadian by the way the look or their cultural background. But rather one of the great qualities of Canada is multiculturalism and that every culture and heritage is welcomed and given the same opportunity without being…

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    legal aspects, professional ties and providing information on ways to apply and develop the lens. By identifying and understanding these lenses, we can understand how we view others and they view us. Through my own assessment, I identified with multiculturalism and…

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    and take in those who go quietly. These troublemakers are discarded and villainized. Some are still segregated, such as the Native Americans on reservations. Assimilate at your own peril seems to be the motif of his essay. His views against multiculturalism are ironic and satirical, calling for respect for all parts of other cultures, not just those parts that are convenient to adopt, or nothing at all. This would, of course, be very hard to accomplish since many views are conflicting from…

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    While reading the article written by Angela Aujla, “Others in Their Own Land”, it quickly became clear that her argument was that South Asians have been facing being “others” in Canada even if this was their home country. She shows this “other-ing” all through history up until today. Through looking at comments made by white, Anglo-Canadians, to the stereotypes South Asians have, and the questions asked, such as “where are you really from?” it is clear that South Asians have indeed been others…

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    Getting to know different cultures can demonstrate positive outcomes. So that said, learning about different cultures can be done in several ways such as for traveling into different countries, research about a different culture etc. However, taking the example of leaving in the United States, it is very effortless to get to know a different culture by the fact that, America is fulfilled with migrators. Many of them came for a better life and so called live the American Dream. However, part of…

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    families and meet their needs. A tension that arose with the Canadian nurses of color is that they are not given leadership positions among the other nurses. This was presented in chapter 11 of Righting Humanity and how Canada brought in the multiculturalism policy in the year of 1971. Under the Canadian nursing practice there is the “ideal” nurse and this mirrors only White. Canada brings up the multicultural policy but not there is a certain type of way a nurse should look and have in order to…

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