Multiculturalism: A Rhetorical Analysis

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In conclusion, it can be stated that multiculturalism works better in theory than in practice. Although I may agree with Kymlicka that multiculturalism is a wonderful rhetorical question to send out to the Canadian population, I think his explanations are rather shallow as he fails to acknowledge the disadvantages and problems of multiculturalism. Canada may describe itself as multicultural, but there is a lot of work that must be done before it can be described as intercultural. For the moment, it is not clear what multicultural policy is and how it may or may not be related to diversity and oppositional cultures. Baron’s article is more in line with interculturalism which takes for granted the centrality of Canadian culture, but then works
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