Digest of terms

multiculturalism

intended as a term to describe the positive condition of living in a society richly diverse in its cultural, ethnic, racial and religious make-up, critics have instead used it negatively to represent such features as a blurring of difference, or a superficially mixed condition concealing separately compartmentalised living realities. For moral education, appreciation of human diversity locally, nationally and globally is taken to be a procedural necessity and desirable priority.

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