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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Race relations
multiculturalismmul‧ti‧cul‧tu‧ral‧is‧m /ˌmʌltiˈkʌltʃərəlɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  SSRthe belief that it is important and good to include people or ideas from many different countries, races, or religionsmulticulturalist noun [countable]
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multiculturalismIt is really, he believes, an indoctrination about multiculturalism.It all came to light when I travelled from Bradford to London to take part in a television programme about multiculturalism.The Rush die scandal has exposed the weaknesses of any benign multiculturalism premised on the assumption of easy harmony and pluralism.If they stopped to think about it, they were living examples of the synergy of multiculturalism.The services focus on multiculturalism and social justice.Perhaps multiculturalism, in its achieved form, was a polyphony of just such well-trained voices.This multiculturalism evacuates ethnic difference, transforming it into taste or style.
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