The questions that are raised by recent research in this context are whether banning headscarves is not cultural imperialism because it means the death of another culture.
It emerged as a philosophy at the end of the nineteenth century in Britain and by the twentieth century, it transformed into political and cultural pluralism along with the widespread ethnic conflict that is remembered [...]
The number of Aboriginal peoples in the total Canadian population is growing. The third force consists of the racial and ethnic minorities that are not included in the Charter groups.
Where most of the people have immigrated to America in pursuit of the "American Dream" of success, others have been forced into this country as slaves of the natives.
To champion the rights of "peoples," as multiculturalism does, is contrary to the foundations of traditional democratic freedoms which have their roots in individual rights, not group or peoples' rights. The dilemma is the popular [...]
The history of India, if we take a look at it, gives us a clear view of the reasons for the process of migration and indentureship of Indians to Trinidad and Tobago at the end [...]
Despite differences in approaches, methods, and investigated domains, the majority of researchers are united in the opinion that multiculturalism remains the factor that shapes the society and policy of the state by altering people's mentalities, [...]
At the same time, I feel that the welcoming environment of the Canadian society encourages me to accept some of the local traditions and values as well, the idea of shared cultural knowledge and openness [...]
It could be hardly doubted that in the contemporary world, which is the subject to continuous changes related to the process of globalization the understanding of different cultural values and norms, as well as developing [...]
But I had to live and work in the United States and as such I was a little hesitant due to the difference in our cultures.
In different cultures, people have gained a lot of knowledge, and now it is time to use this knowledge to cope with global issues.
Hardships of Tan's mother and Lia's parents can be regarded as an illustration of the importance of speaking the same language which is not limited to speaking 'perfect' English but it also means to be [...]
It is because of these particular migratory behaviors and their positive impact on the aboriginal societies that prompt this paper to explain the multicultural matrix in the United States of America and its importance.
The reason why this is important is due to the fact that work teams are the backbone of any project wherein through the utilization of a variety of management practices these teams are the basis [...]
While examining the ethnocentric limitations of the humanistic theory, it is necessary to consider the theoretical concept of ethnocentrism in detail.
In order to be effective in the current multicultural environment, one has to be fully aware of the four components of multicural competence.
The changes include the necessity to learn a new language and speak several languages at the same time, the inability to solve financial problems and get the income level required, and the necessity to study [...]
Due to the popularity of the American culture, Disneyland's representation of American culture that spreading a positive attitude about life has a significant impact on Disneyland in Asian countries, especially in Japan.
Practice within the multicultural context has many ethical implications, and the inability to assess clients with distinct social backgrounds and values objectively and equally may be regarded as the major violation of the ethical standards.
In my virtual field trip, I visited three museums dedicated to the exploration and preservation of the cultural backgrounds of American Indian, African American, and Latino communities; the fourth museum was the United States Holocaust [...]
By applying the principles of multiculturalism to any area of education, a teacher will be able to promote independence, lifelong learning, and critical thinking to students, therefore, building the foundation for their further academic success. [...]
However, this study does not mean that a person is born with a predetermined perception on things, only that genes can define the temperament of the person and can later suggest different preferences of beliefs [...]
Taylor states that the Western world dominates, and that is, should recognize the cultural diversity in the framework of their civilization, and beyond.
The ethical issue of multicultural counseling refers to the problem of cross-cultural interactions in the framework of clinical, counseling, and psychotherapy services that are rather important.
Despite the fact that the numerous attempts at restoring the balance between the American culture and the culture of the minorities have failed so far, which can be traced in the regular instances of injustice [...]
Managers need to improve their communication skills to make them understand strategies they need to use to get quality output from their employees.
For a high UAI, It means that communication and preparation in the company is in time. An example is a company that wants to invest or intends to start a business in the United Kingdom [...]
In order to save more on the cost, companies from the developed countries such as the USA and UK have opened their call centres in the developing countries.
Sixth, managers should be encouraged to keep their communication clear, simple and unambiguous when communicating to a multicultural workforce for the purpose of achieving effective communication, not mentioning that they should avoid engaging in humor [...]
They are the kind of relationship between the workers and the company's administration, the nature of the hierarchical model of command and the general viewpoint of the workers concerning the future of the company.
There is no doubt that the road to a successful and easy business communication between the representatives of different cultures and communities is not going to be easy.
Egypt is the origin of the earliest civilizations and has taken an important position in the Middle East as the connection between the Arab and Europe regions.
Paul looks at how understanding and communication are essential to analysing issues of culture and conflict among people from different cultural backgrounds.
To adapt to the US culture and to the principles of interaction within the society, it is necessary to pay attention to the specific aspects according to which it is possible to characterize the social [...]
The prevailing culture in a society influences individual and collective perceptions of materials belonging to people in a given culture. In the religious sphere, the cap is used as a symbol of one's religion.
People are eager to use their prior knowledge about different ethnic groups to be ready for communicating, still, the impact of stereotypes cannot be pure negative or pure positive, and this is why it is [...]
The knowledge about non-verbal communication cues and the use of body language among individuals of various cultural orientations is critical in the health practice because clinicians and support staff who may be unaware of the [...]
Both the employer and employees must focus on the differences and similarities presented to the workplace. When there are intercultural relationships, the workplace is free of non-discriminatory instances and the management are able to support [...]
A study to investigate the "influence of individual cultural orientation on the effectiveness and demand for auditing" carried out by Kachelmeier and Shehata revealed that, in situations of low anonymity, self-interest is likely to be [...]
This way, they will be able to learn the different languages and this is important for communication and good co-existence in the societies. The kind or number of affiliations that a person may have with [...]