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Unformatted text preview: CULTURAL DIVERSITY You are going to discuss whether a homogenous world culture is more desirable than a world of conflicting cultures ( different races, religions and cultures and its possible implications on a society/ country) • You have 5 minutes to prepare. • Use the questions below to guide you. However, you do not have to answer all of these questions . Use any other relevant points to develop your discussion. In your group, you may discuss the following questions: 1. Is it positive or negative to have a society made up of different races, religions and cultures? Explain why. 2. To what extent diversity is good? Should there be a racial/religious/cultural majority? Is it better if there is a fairly equal distribution of all? 3. Think of a country that you think is a good example of a country with the right mix of diversity. Think of a country that has a bad mix. Explain why. 4. How do you think most Europeans/Americans/Turks view multicultural diversity?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course ENGLISH AS 101 taught by Professor Sener during the Spring '05 term at Sabancı University.
- Spring '05