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    nation or not. This in comparison with the second source is similar in some manner because both resignation positivity towards nationalism and become a nation rather than partying and not being a nationalist. Source two strongly believes that Multiculturalism is what makes societies function the best, apposed to other ways. Lastly, the third source contrast majorly with the other two sources because Mr. Bernard opposes the idea of being a nationalist nation, however is shows some similarities…

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    Australia prides itself on the fact that it is a multicultural society. Our status of cultural diversity is far beyond some other countries and with that, we stand by what we believe in to lead as example in the hope that other countries follow suit. Home to one of the world’s longest surviving cultures, the interconnectivity between Australian citizens and culture is growing for the better and expanding ever so greater into the future. Unfortunately, Australia has not always matched its…

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    Susan Moller Okin's feminist critique of multiculturalism, which provides the basis for the argumentation of this thesis. Her provocative article, “Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?”, is often seen as the starting point of academic debate about the compatibility of women's rights and minority group rights. Nevertheless, this article is reviewed and analysed in Part I along with the rest of Okin’s work concerning the relationship of feminism and multiculturalism. Second, this thesis deals with…

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    Multiculturalism can be defined as multiple cultures living in the same country or community. It is usually used to describe constructed areas such as schools, neighborhoods, communities, and societies. Multiculturalism is also known as being culturally diverse. It is a way where different cultures are able to live together in a peaceful manner and where different cultures are respected. This can also encourage people to familiarize themselves and get to know about other cultures. Although many…

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    Nowadays, there are increasing amount of people going around the world to work or to spend time on holiday. As a result, multiculturalism exists. Multiculturalism means that when different groups of people live together and share their culture to each other. There are advantages and disadvantages by having multiculturalism. It helps the country’s economy and the reason behind that is likely to be the existence of transnational corporation(TNC). However, due to the fact that more people sharing…

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    is quite debatable, if it is good, when the state allows people of other nationalities to preserve and continue their traditions and culture in a new society?! Now a lot is said about multiculturalism. This is not accidental, because globalization and mass migration led to the fact that the problem of multiculturalism has become socially significant for most developed countries of the world. Humanity is moving slowly along the path of integration. This phenomenon is directly related to the…

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    In the article “Why Multiculturalism Can’t End Racism” (Word and World, pp.112-116) Marlene Nourbese Philip discusses multiculturalism in Canada and how in her opinion multicultural policies in Canada may promote discrimination rather than end it. Philip discusses the inequality with-in Canada between different cultures and races; one of the main points being that the Canadian government only recognizes English and French in the constitution while omitting Native culture. Philips believes…

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    Secondly, globalization should be encouraged because it leads to cultural diversity. Cultural diversity basically can be viewed when the dissimilarities in race, ethnicity, language, nationality, religion, and sexual orientation are denoted within a community (Amadeo, 2013). We now live in a world in which markets, media, law, corporation, labor, scientific research and advocacy groups are international, multinational, and multicultural. It is true that there many people are doubtful of this new…

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    Race is a social construct that has only served to cause separation between groups of different backgrounds. Upon interaction between groups of people, there are many ways that groups would react given their differences. In his essay, Models of American Ethnic Relations: A Historical Perspective, author George M. Fredrickson labels 4 cultural interactions that have occurred when people of different ethnic backgrounds have interacted throughout American History: Ethnic Hierarchy, One-Way…

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    The nature of multiculturalism in Australia encompasses the ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity of the Australian society and actively pursues equality of opportunity for all Australians to participate in the life of the nation and the right to maintain ethnic and cultural heritages within the law and the political framework (Berman and Paradies, 2008). Despite this a plethora of research argues that Multiculturalism in Australia is hampered by concepts or ‘race’ and ‘racism’. The term…

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