Multiculturalism: neither racism nor assimilation

Marek S. Szczepański, Anna Śliz

Abstract


Contemporary world brings along a continuing interpenetration of cultures strengthened by the migration revolution. The social space created by multiplicity of ethnic groups is very often a result of migration processes which totally formed such states as Canada or Australia. The sources of the European multiculturalism were, on the one hand, the officially accepted workforce, on the other hand – immigration being the effect of the colonial past of such states as France, Great Britain or Germany

Keywords


multiculturalism; migration

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