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        StatementOpen University Press
        PublishersOpen University Press
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        LC ClassificationsJanuary 26, 2001
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        Paginationxvi, 74 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        ISBN 100335205208
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The Economist argued that Canada's multiculturalism was a source of strength that united the diverse population and by attracting immigrants from around the world was also an engine of economic growth as well. offers support for the view that not only is there no trade-off between multiculturalism and the welfare-state but multiculturalism policies can actually increase attention and resources devoted to redistributive policies.Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, made a distinction between tolerance and multiculturalism, citing the Netherlands as a tolerant, rather than multicultural, society.

Luck egalitarians argue that those born into poor families are entitled to collective support and assistance via a redistributive tax scheme.

What are some examples of multiculturalism?

Multiculturalism (Concepts in the Social Sciences) Multiculturalism may help to lower tensions in school• More Malays however have moved into the cities since the 1970s, and the proportion of the non-Malays have been decreasing continually, especially the Chinese, due in large part to lower birth-rate and emigration as a result of. "Ethnicity, Insurgency, and Civil War". A distinguishable trait of Mexico's culture is the of its people, which caused the combination of Spanish influence, their indigenous roots while also adapting the culture traditions from their immigrants.

Multiculturalism can also be beneficial for companies• Some people have a hard time to integrate into society• While the general trend is toward a greater range of multicultural policies in most Western countries, some nations, like the United States, have experienced no appreciable change in national multiculturalism. If one is born into the dominant culture of society, one enjoys good brute luck, whereas those who belong to minority cultures suffer disadvantages in virtue of the bad brute luck of their minority status.

However, most of those prejudices towards ethnical minorities are not true at all and multiculturalism can help to remove those prejudices in the long run. Cross-national analyses suggest that differences in racial diversity explain a significant part of the reason why the U.

"The Diverse Effects of Diversity on Democracy". Sacrifice for the nation is a given.

Article: The Debate Over Multiculturalism: Philoso..

Glaeser, 2004, Fighting Poverty in the U. Local population may be skeptical towards this concept In many regions of our planet, people are also still rather skeptical about the concept of multiculturalism. Mexico is quickly becoming awith many immigrants coming into the country.