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• cultural identity
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can be understood as the experience, enactment, and negotiation of dynamic social identifications by group members within particular settings
•as an individual identifies with or desires acceptance into multiple groups, people tend to experience, enact, or negotiate not just one cultural identity at a time but often multiple cultural identities at once
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is about HOW to understand and respond to the challenges associated with cultural and religious diversity.
•proponents of multiculturalism reject the ideal of the melting pot ” in which members of minority groups are expected to assimilate into the dominant culture
in favor of an ideal in which members of minority groups can maintain their distinctive collective identities and practices
Cultural identities and MULTICULTURALISM in the United Kingdom
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i n 2018 , people born outside the UK made up an estimated 14 of the UK s population, or 9.3 million people
•the size of the foreign born population in the UK increased from about 5.3 million in 2004 to almost 9.3 million in 2018
•the numbers of EU migrants have increased more rapidly than non EU migrants over the past decade, but Non EU foreign born still make up a majority of the foreign born population
Cultural identities and MULTICULTURALISM in the United States
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• More than one in five voting members (22%) of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate are racial or ethnic minorities, making the 116th Congress the most racially and ethnically diverse in history.
•Overall, 116 lawmakers today are nonwhite, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of data from the Congressional Research Service.
•There has been a long running trend toward more racial and ethnic diversity on Capitol Hill: Each of the previous four Congresses broke the record set by the Congress before it.
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OUT OF MANY, ONE ” a traditional motto of the United States, appearing on the Great Seal •
•in 1956 the U.S. Congress passed an act adopting „In God We Trust” the official motto
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Wyniki wyszukiwania Fragment z odpowiedzią z internetu The melting pot is a monocultural metaphor for a heterogeneous society becoming more homogeneous, the different elements "melting together" with a common culture, or vice versa
salad bowl theory
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The salad bowl concept suggests that the integration of the many different cultures of United States residents combine like a salad.
The salad bowl means that all the different cultures are combined (like a salad) but they do not mix or combine
AMERICA nation of immigrants ”
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• each incoming community has contributed its respective heritage and culture to American society
•the notion of a shared American identity that transcends our individual differences
•diversity in foods, arts, sciences, entrepreneurship, politics, and our faiths
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a defining feature and an important part of building Canada: a country that celebrates multiculturalism and diversity, has a global reputation for welcoming people from around the world, and stands up for the most vulnerable.
•Canada ’s immigration program is based on non discriminatory principles, where foreign nationals are assessed without regard to race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or gender.
•immigrants (meaning people born outside of Canada) currently represent 1 in 5 people in Canada. 6mln since 1990

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