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Multiculturalism, linguistic dualism and the distinct society

Vern W. DaRe

Multiculturalism, linguistic dualism and the distinct society

unresolved community issues under the Canadian constitution or journeying Meech Lake into a heart of darkness

by Vern W. DaRe

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • University of Toronto. -- Faculty of Law -- Dissertations.,
  • Canada.,
  • Multiculturalism -- Canada.,
  • Bilingualism -- Canada.,
  • Biculturalism -- Canada,
  • Constitutional amendments -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVern W. DaRe.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 161, [27] leaves ;
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16160493M

      This article is concerned with the politics of multiculturalism as encountered on the internet. Theoretically, it examines the different normative positions vis-à-vis multiculturalism in the works of Charles Taylor, Jürgen Habermas, Jeremy Waldron and Nancy by: People within a society view multiculturalism in many different ways. This lesson looks at the concept of multiculturalism in how it is defined, the examples prevalent in society, and how it .

    The term multiculturalism has a range of meanings within the contexts of sociology, of political philosophy, and of colloquial sociology and in everyday usage, it is a synonym for "ethnic pluralism", with the two terms often used interchangeably, for example, a cultural pluralism in which various ethnic groups collaborate and enter into a dialogue with one another without .   MULTICULTURALISM IN GERMANY Multiculturalism is the presence of many cultures in one place by having same political rights as other citizens regardless of their differences in private lives. In a multicultural society, the citizens must embrace immigrants who have different values, beliefs and religions.

    Multiculturalism in the 21st century is the concept of combining inclusion, respect and acceptance to our varied diversities. Sounds simple, but it is not an easy challenge for colleges and universities in the United States and around the world. Recognition of diversity is not the only facet of creating a multicultural community. The traditional answer would be “All large cities, throughout history.” Within them, any group of bloody foreigners would have to learn the local mores, and fit in: or get mobbed, and thrown out. So, surprise, surprise, all the bloody foreigners .


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Multiculturalism or cultural pluralism, a term describing the coexistence of many cultures in a locality, without any one culture dominating the region. By making the broadest range of human differences acceptable to the largest number of people, multiculturalism seeks to overcome racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination.

Multiculturalism, linguistic dualism and the distinct society: unresolved community issues under the Canadian constitution or journeying Meech Lake into a heart of darkness / Vern W. Canada is a complex plural society made of groups with multiple ethnic and linguistic origins.

It is uncertain whether government support for multiculturalism is reflected in retention of ethnic Author: Marc Leman. Language & Multiculturalism. Posted on January 30 focuses on Indian culture but your post in particular the story of your grandmother reminded me a lot of the book the It is a shame, however, it is the truth.

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Sandra Kemerle (Author) Year Pages 14 Catalog Number V ISBN (eBook). multiculturalism over the past two decades3 but also to reinvigorate multiculturalism as an important foundation for the growing cultural, linguistic and religious diversity of Australian society.

Summary of My Position 1. As Race Discrimination Commissioner I see multiculturalism as a sound. Multiculturalism stands as a challenge linguistic dualism and the distinct society book liberal democracy.

In liberal democracies, all citizens should be treated equally under the law by abstracting the common identity of “citizen” from the real social, cultural, political, and economic positions and identities of real members of society.

That leads to a tendency to homogenize the. In his first book, Liberalism, Community, and Culture (), Kymlicka develops his case for multiculturalism within a Rawlsian framework of justice, viewing cultural membership as a “primary good,” things that every rational person is presumed to want and which are necessary for the pursuit of one's goals (Rawls62).

Multiculturalism originated and continues ideally to exist as a device for cementing Canadians into a “distinct society”. Multiculturalism is not concerned with the promotion of diversity per se. Even a cursory reading of the Multiculturalism Act of (or Trudeau’s multicultural speech in ) should dispel this notion.

View Discourse of multiculturalism Research Papers on for free. Multiculturalism in Law is Legal Pluralism-Lessons from Indonesia, Singapore and Canada as a multicultural society, writing a definitive book on legal pluralism generally and on all the.

A clear distinction must be made between cultural duality and cultural dualism. Cultural duality is the objective reality of the historic existence of political, legal, linguistic and cultural biculturalism among Canadians.

Cultural dualism is a political and cultural program designed to affirm this cultural duality in a legally symmetrical way, based on hopes of. Abstract. Is ‘liberal multiculturalism’ an oxymoron.

Multiculturalists believe that when multiple cultural groups are present within a single political society, multiplicity is valuable and ought to be accorded positive political : George Crowder. Therefore, I choose the multiculturalism and its effects on society and my research paper will focus on how the countries deal with the effects of multiculturalism.

Why have I chosen this topic. I have chosen this topic because multiculturalism is the one important issue in developed countries in the contemporary world. Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt is a must read for anyone wishing to know how and why we have come to have a centralized Welfare State that uses its powers to wage cultural war against middle American values and identities.

All those who have a stake in that Big Government and profit by it if only to escalate themsleves at the Cited by: 9. Since multiculturalism is now a more prevalent part of contemporary life, however, most newer reference books cover it in their entries, and there is not much here that cannot be found elsewhere.

Furthermore, multiculturalism is defined so broadly that the work reads like a summary of the current events of the past four years without any sharp Format: Library Binding. Socio-cultural Dualism: Theoretical Perspectives of the Study Introduction Westernization in the form of Globalization Theoretical Perspectives of the Study Meaning of Social Dualism with Specific reference to J.

Boeke Multiculturalism and Paradigm Shift Historical reasons for Socio-Cultural ChangesFile Size: KB. It also appears to be a zero-sum game in the sense that the more racially, religiously, and sexually diverse a society you attempt to construct, the more you demand ideological conformity and the less you tolerate anyone who dares to entertain a different way of thinking like, for example, daring to think that this bold and vibrant.

Avi Sagi (PhD Bar-Ilan University) is professor at Bar-Ilan University and senior research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem. His books include `Elu va Elu`: A Study on the Meaning of Halakhic Discourse (); Circles of Jewish Identity (with Zvi Zohar) (); Jewish Religion After Theology (); The Multicultural Challenge in Israel (with Ohad Nachtomy).

MULTICULTURALISM IN GERMANY Multiculturalism is the presence of many cultures in one place by having same political rights as other citizens regardless of their differences in private lives. In a multicultural society, the citizens must embrace immigrants who have different values, beliefs and religions.

Introduction to MulticulturalismImmigration involves not only the movement of peoples, but also the movement of cultures. Immigrants carry with them the foundations of their cultural identity: language, food, religion, traditions, social patterns, leisure activities, and family structures.

The cultural patterns of an immigrant's indigenous community or country of origin can sometimes. has been the year of national identity, not just in America, but throughout the industrialized West.

Political entrepreneurs who have recognized the. Introduction. Over the past decade or so, "interculturalism" has established itself as new approach to manage cultural diversity in liberal-democratic societies (a comprehensive overview is Grillo, ).While its near-namesake "multiculturalism" is heavily contested or even discarded in more and more places, especially in Europe, interculturalism enjoys unbridled Cited by: 3.