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Has the Idea of Multiculturalism Gone too Far (and is Harmful) or has it all been Misunderstood and Distorted?
The concept of multiculturalism is used in three distinctive but interrelated forms. The forms are programmatic-political, the ideological-normative and finally demographic-descriptive.
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Has the Idea of Multiculturalism Gone too Far (and is Harmful) or has it all been Misunderstood and Distorted? Adams (1996, 56) describes multiculturalism as a concept with definitions that heavily depend on the context and the environment in which the word is used. The concept of multiculturalism has and is changing steadily due to many people and different scholars make their voices heard to a consistently mounting audience. Generally, the term multiculturalism is used to refer to an applied ideology cultural, ethnic and racial differences/diversity in the demographics of a particular location/ place. The specified location may be school, business, organization, neighborhood, town/city or largely ...
... whole debate, multiculturalism has brought encouraged learning from each other the whole world over. The flow of people and culture across borders has encouraged innovation and globalization. However there are some concerns about the concept as it is thought to erode native cultures.
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