multiculturism


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multiculturism

The preservation of different cultures or cultural identities in a unified or coherent society (e.g., UK, USA).
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While multiculturism is part of every country in the world now, it should never come before the unique culture of the said country and people.
(6-19) A review of the dental literature yielded few reports, however, on multiculturism or diversity in dental education, and even fewer in dental hygiene education.
Zinman (Eds.), Multiculturism and American democracy (pp.
On the other hand the younger generation is more sympathetic to the idea of 'multiculturism' than its predecessors.
This is a by-product of "multiculturism" - a policy much vaunted by pseudo-Liberals.
Formed in response to the Protestant concept that people needed to be able to read the Bible and interpret it for themselves, early schools were dealing with "multiculturism"--in a sense--even then.
Hambrick and Cannella (1993) noted on page 746 of their study that "Tolerance for Multiculturism" measure used by Chatterjee et al., is the equivalent to their conceptualization of Autonomy Removal.
The "M" word (that is, multiculturism) has been conspicuously avoided by members of the Howard government.
2 Fleras, Augie and Jean Leonard Elliot, Multiculturism in Canada: The Challenge of Diversity.
As progressive as all this sounds, with the regionalists coming off almost as the founding folk of 1980s and 1990s multiculturism, many regionalists were anything but such open-minded celebrators of difference.
Recognising, and helping with, social issues such as the haves and have nots, entrenched unemployment, redistribution of wealth, right to know, privacy, human rights, multiculturism, will become even more important to communicators.