GEOGRAPHICAL MULTICULTURALISM IN CANADA

GEOGRAPHICAL MULTICULTURALISM IN CANADA

Objective

The general objective of this research is to study and analyze the Canadian socio-political development as a result of its diversity. In a significant extreme, Canada holds the largest population of foreign-born dwellers. Therefore the research aims to find out the impact of multi-cultures.

Research Questions

  • What are the main traits that define the culture of a particular country or its individuals?
  • What are the different languages that exist in Canada and where they were formerly existing?
  • How do multicultural geographies affect the social lives of individuals in societies?
  • Does multiculturalism in its forms affect how aboriginal cultures develop?

Multiculturalism has been cited as one the dynamic phenomenon in the worlds. It’s highly likely that existing cultures in particular geographical locations will experience crises and conflict. It’s highly probable that some may find other religions to be inferior or intruding to theirs.

The main aim of this research is to ensure that geographical multiculturalism is demystified appropriately. For instance, Canada despite having various ethnic groups earlier on still hadn’t fully embraced the diversity till 1971.  This research ensures that we can bring ourselves to understand the core pillars of competitive behaviors among groups and the advantages or disadvantages that result from such diversity.

Additionally, it’s important to consider where various groups came from initially. It’s necessary that ethnic groups present in Canada today are analyzed against their origins. This analysis will help to discover some of the external pressures that have contributed to very diverse populations. These groups have also managed to remain relevant and noticeable without being necessarily being absorbed wholly into new cultures.

The research also aims at focusing on the thriving societies in Canada. Further, investigation mainly concerns, focusing on what has been done to ensure that these societies thrive. Therefore, this research must be done in communities that are considered to have consistently increased from being nonexistent to being part of the recognizable population. Additionally, there is a notion that diverse cultures have contributed to social development and at the same time economic development. However, it’s clear that were it not for the recognition and legislation that favor multiculturalism, the growth of these cultures and the positive impact would not be a topic of discussion today.

Significantly, being part of the geographical multiculturalism, religion is a critical aspect. Religious groups contribute positively to the development of culture and are cultures in themselves. Religions appeal to lifestyle and add to social and political change. Therefore, as an aspect, the various religious beliefs in Canada are subject to study and research. This study which will involve religious groups will help to understand geographical multiculturalism in Canada and its impact.

Methodology

The research will be carried out in different parts of Canada to establish how the society approaches various issues. Canada is an ideal country to sample due to its contribution economically and its institutions. It’s also significant due to political dynamism affected by multicultural geographies.

Further, some of the methods that the research will use include; sampling groups for analysis, formulation of questionnaires, and the distribution of the inquiries to sample groups, conducting of interviews in institutions and armchair research through the use of past investigations. Also, the researcher will use existing documents.

Sample Group

The sampling of the population will go on in the provinces of Canada. this exercise will include sampling populations where people of different color exist, various religious groups as well as ethnic groups spread out in the vast country. Additionally, institutions such as schools will be involved, with questionnaires and interviews conducted in schools across the state. At least 20 school administrators across all the countries sampled. Sampling will mainly cover, Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Toronto, Alberta, Edmonton, Montreal, Calgary, and Ottawa. These regions are considered highly mixed and with foreign-born communities.

Ownership of Research Material

Further, its extremely obvious that crucial information will emerge from this research. The researcher will own most of the material obtained from research and its analysis but without restriction or limitation against use in future research as a point of reference where the need arises. Further, the researcher will publish the findings for public use in the future. However, participants especially children who may happen to participate in interviews or questionnaire filling, will not be revealed. The aim is to conceal identities especially in cases where the information is sensitive. Also, video documentation will be termed as intellectual property of the researcher.

PART 2

Geographical Multiculturalism and Its Dynamism

Geographical multiculturalism is a situation where different cultures exist together due to different backgrounds. These include religious, ethnic and political groups. The material, cultures would in this context refer to cultures that are fundamentally more abstract and are not tangible. There is always the desire to demystify human behavior based on customs of their society. On the other side, material cultures could significantly mean the environmental factors around human beings. These are mainly tangible cultures like native cultures. However, geographical multiculturalism is a rather broad field that may sound ambiguous in the quest to look at the several of interactions with human cultures.

Notably, there are always various things

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