Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Harold E. Cheatham, and associates.|
|Contributions||Cheatham, Harold E.|
|LC Classifications||LC1099.3 .C83 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||91012709|
Cultural Pluralism on Campus. Cheatham, Harold E.; And Others. This book is addressed primarily to higher education personnel responsible for campus programming that promotes a culturally plural environment. These chapters are included: (1) "Affirming Affirmative Action" (Harold E. Cheatham); (2) "Identity Development in a Pluralistic Society Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Affirming affirmative action / Harold E. Cheatham --Identity development in a pluralistic society / Harold E. Cheatham --The minority cultural center on a predominantly white campus / Lawrence W. Young, Jr. --Organizational and administrative implications for serving college. "Cultural pluralism, in the simplest of terms, is the idea that diversity is the true genius of American culture," said Michael Steiner, professor emeritus of American Studies at Cal State Fullerton and author of the recently published book, "Horace M. Kallen in the Heartland: The Midwestern Roots of American Pluralism" (Kansas University Press. Cultural pluralism is a term used when smaller groups within a larger society maintain their unique cultural identities, and their values and practices are accepted by the wider dominant culture provided they are consistent with the laws and values of the wider society. As a sociological term, the definition and description of cultural.
Thus, cultural pluralism ideology was contradictory to the realities of the American ‘melting pot.’ While preserving cultural and social heritages as a means to creating a new society, economic, political, and educational separatism for visible racial-cultural groups was creating a ‘tyranny of the shoulds’—idealized images and standards imposed upon visible racial-cultural people by. The Politics of Cultural Pluralism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a study of the fundamental causes of the divers /5(6). Originally published in , this classic book developed the concept of cultural pluralism. “Democracy Versus the Melting Pot: A Study of American Nationality.” The Nation (February 18 . The difference in cultural pluralism can be observed between homogeneous societies like Israel, Japan, South Korea which have only one dominant culture and hence no need to accommodate other cultures and heterogeneous societies like United States of America, India, United Kingdom, etc. However, while a lot of societies are heterogeneous i.e. they have multiple cultures, that does not.
Pluralism is a response to diversity that consists in learning about meaningful differences between different cultures and identities; engaging with different cultures and identities in sites where open dialogue is possible; preserving distinct religious commitments; and looking to the First Amendment as the foundation of American pluralism. Alain Locke's philosophy of cultural pluralism contained a vision of American society that would be inclusive of ethnic European immigrants and also those of the American Negro. Drawing on themes developed during the new Negro movement and the Harlem Renaissance, Locke developed a vision of Negro adult education emphasizing culturally. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Project on engaging cultural legacies, shaping core curricula in the humanities, Carol G. Schneider. The essays in Cultural Pluralism, Identity Politics, and the Law ask us to examine carefully the relation of cultural struggle and material transformation and law's role in both. Written by scholars from a variety of disciplines and theoretical inclinations, the essays challenge orthodox understandings of the nature of identity politics and.