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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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(13) Multiculturalism in the first sense of the emergence of a culturally diverse citizenry is another such disturbance, as those with a sense of what the nation is note that their homeland is now also home to others, and that features of the nation, like its legal and political institutions, affect many citizens who do not see them as theirs.
"However, it is important to realise that Australia's multiculturalism is bigger and stronger than what happened in Sydney," he said.
In Canada, multiculturalism is deemed by the majority of society to be a successful government policy precisely because it promotes, among other things, national unity.
Further, multiculturalism today, in its reification of cultural difference (Grossberg, 1993; Moreiras, 2001; Shome, 2003) is often engaged with in public culture through thick and preconstructed signifiers of ethnicity that frequently function in the service of a "neo-liberal multiculturalism" (Giroux, 2008; Goldberg, 2007; Melamed, 2006).
"Multiculturalism has become an important value in Azerbaijan's public life and this value is greatly promoted by the Azerbaijani side worldwide," Ahmadov said.
From the influx of immigrants in the 1950s to contemporary worries about refugees and terrorism, The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe examines the historical development of multiculturalism on the Continent, says a review on the Princeton University Press website.
Therefore, any attempt of analysis of the politics of multiculturalism in these countries, including Montenegro, must take into account the specificities of their multi-ethnicity, characterised by: "A close connection between national cultures, territorialisation and the numerousness of ethnic groups, as well strong opposition to the concept of political and territorial autonomy" (Basic, 2016:60).
"The idea of multiculturalism in contemporary political philosophy is about how to understand and respond to the challenges associated with cultural and religious diversity".1
Chin takes aim at factions on the left and the right as they confront the topic of European multiculturalism.
Cohen (Professor of Modern Central European history at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities) "Understanding Multiculturalism: The Habsburg Central European Experience" is comprised of nine major essays offering a nuanced analysis of the multifaceted cultural experience of Central Europe under the late Habsburg monarchy and beyond.
Despite challenges due to the instability of the area and unresolved armed conflict with neighboring Armenia for the control of Nagorno-Karabakh, Baku has made an effort to create and foster the necessary political and social conditions for developing and strengthening the country's traditions of multiculturalism and tolerance.
Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Debates and Issues.
Secularism, Assimilation, and the Crisis of Multiculturalism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2013.
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