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Antonyms for multiculturalism

the doctrine that several different cultures (rather than one national culture) can coexist peacefully and equitably in a single country

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This model is suitable for an organization that conducts business in another country as well as in local multicultural organizations (Grunig et al.
The importance of creating a multicultural organization that celebrates differences is good business for a number of reasons including the bottom line.
Achieving workforce diversity and becoming a multicultural organization require both time and changed behaviors.
The Multicultural Organization," The Executive, May 1991, Academy of Management, Vol.
In future research, we hope to expand language, intercultural training, and peer mentoring programs in multicultural organizations to help bridge some of the cultural distance that exists between Canadian-born employees and internationally educated professionals.
Aboriginal literacy is designed for Aboriginal learners and intercultural education targets those working in multicultural organizations.
This edition has expanded discussion of ethics with related cases and sections on multicultural organizations, generational diversity, the use of dialogue in groups, and intercultural training.
An Iranian-Australian has been honored this month with the Order of Australia medal for his efforts with multicultural organizations and helping Australian aborigines.
A book Cokley may want to consult is Mentoring Dilemmas: Developmental Relationships Within Multicultural Organizations (Lawrence Erlbaum; $89.
Bensimon and Tierney (1992-93) state, "Multiculturalism is a complex set of relationships framed around issues of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, and power" (1992-93, 5); they then go on to define it attributionally: "One of the struggles in multicultural organizations is to understand the commonalities and differences among under represented groups, and to develop an appreciation of how an understanding of these characteristics might create alliances for change" (1992-93, 5).
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) hosted nearly 40 disability and multicultural organizations and federal agencies at the 10th Annual TSA Coalition Conference held at the Agency's Virginia Headquarters on Sept.
Amtrak is a proud supporter and sponsor of several multicultural organizations.
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