Questioning Multiculturalism in Canada
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This paper focuses on the ethos of multiculturalism in Canada. The paper explains that while diversity is essential to contemporary advanced societies of multi-ethnic composition, it should be explored for its divisive and political effects, as in Canada where official multiculturalism has created distances between different Canadian communities and lessened awareness of the need to truly join the nation. Bissoondath's criticisms seem the most cogent and are expressed by others noting a frequent result in ghettoization and myths of minority versus majority that hinder adjustment.
From the Paper:"This paper discusses multiculturalism as Canadian official policy and also its politics for it involves far more than an ideology or ethical approach to diversity, in practical results that may even damage Canadian polity due to an air of divisiveness more than unity. Examining the goals and results of multiculturalism one gains a sense of Canadian polity as already rather varied, just as one sees the more political intentions of an approach that can seem Divide & Rule in other clothing, new Canadians especially apt to be localized, even ghettoized, by a presumption of their ..."
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