Multiculturalism and Immigration in Canada: An Introductory Reader (Paperback)Elspeth Cameron (editor)
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Given Canada's early racist tendencies, the establishment of multiculturalism was a remarkable shift in public thinking. Many issues associated with immigration have arisen in the public debates around multiculturalism. Some people are convinced that it is a pernicious ideology that enforces the ghettoization of those different from the mainstream.
Others see dangers in the way some aspects of multiculturalism are merely tokens of an all-inclusive society. Still others contend that the voices of ethnicities aside from those of the two charter groups - English and French - are scarcely heard, and that worse, those marginalized voices are appropriated by mainstream writers.
Publisher: Canadian Scholars
Number of pages: 426
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 24 mm
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