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Davide Ponzini, 2012,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Governing urban diversity?

Cultural Policy Research Award 2009

This research paper explores the origins, the design and the implementation of cultural diversity policies in Budapest, Helsinki, Paris, Rome and Tallinn, taking into consideration the evolution of public and policy discourse on multiculturalism in globalized societies.

ISBN: 
9789062820566
Michael Murphy, 2011,
London, United Kingdom
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Multiculturalism: A Critical Introduction

In this book, the author discusses what multiculturalism is and if it is a threat to liberty and equality. He also debates if liberal democracies can accommodate minority groups without sacrificing peace and stability. The focus is on multiculturalism in debates about citizenship, egalitarian justice and conflicts between individual and collective rights.

ISBN: 
978-0-415-26043-5
Michelle Williams (ed.), 2012,
London, United Kingdom
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The Multicultural Dilemma

In this book, the authors explore the challenges of governing multicultural societies and how ethnic difference could be better understood and mediated by modern nation states. They also examine changing patterns of migration and what obstacles they bring to integration or assimilation.

ISBN: 
978-0-415-63123-5
Dorte Skot-Hansen, 2002,
London, United Kingdom
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Danish Cultural Policy

in International Journal of Cultural Policy, Volume 8 Issue 2, pp. 197-2010, DOI: 10.1080/1028663022000009560

In this article, the author explores how debates about the multicultural society in Denmark have moved from the social and educational policy towards the national cultural policy.

Pasi Saukkonen and Miikka Pyykkönen, 2008,
London, United Kingdom
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“Cultural Policy and Cultural Diversity in Finland”

in International Journal of Cultural Policy, Volume 14 Issue 1, pp. 49-63, DOI: 10.1080/10286630701856518

In this article, the authors examine the issues of multiculturalism and interculturalism on the policy agenda of local and national cultural policy makers using the specific case of Finland. The relationships between cultural diversity, immigration policy and cultural policy are explored with a specific focus on the capital, Helsinki.

Guo-Ming Chen, William J. Starosta, 2005,
Washington DC, USA
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Foundations of Intercultural Communication

This book considers history and topics such as ethics and multiculturalism when examining the field of intercultural communication and attempts to provide new insights to the theory. The authors incorporate features such as the integration of theoretical and practical perspectives; neglected fields of inquiry and the importance of domestic and foreign cultures in the field of intercultural communication.

ISBN: 
978-0-7618-3229-4
Richard A. Schweder, Hazel Rose Markus, Martha Minow, December 2004,
New York
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Engaging cultural differences: the multicultural challenge in Liberal democracies

This book is interested in how the values of inclusion and tolerance are affected by increasing cultural differences using the examples of Germany, France, India, South Africa and the United States. Relations between migrants, majority groups and state officials are examined.

ISBN: 
978-0-87154-795-8

GEITONIES (meaning ‘Neighbourhoods’ in Greek) was concerned with the influence of interethnic interactions on creating a more tolerant, cohesive and integrated society. Multiculturalism and integration are two concepts that were examined in this survey study alongside with long-established policies dealing with immigrant populations and diversity management.

Three-year project addressing the challenges the crisis of multiculturalism brought to the EU and the lack of a common EU intellectual framework to address the issue. The project was divided in five main research phases: First there was the outline of migration in the nine partner countries. Second, the critical review of public debates on integration and multiculturalism.

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