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Multiculturalism is good for societies
Multiculturalism is good for societies.
Skilled migrant labour helps economic growth.
The diversity of a society can only be a good thing as it out builds relationships and knowledge.
Multiculturalism is innevitable in a globalized world.
Living in a multicultural society encourages respect for humanity.
Monocultural nations struggle to grow. Multicultural societies will thus help the nation to expand.
Ethnic minorities are safer in societies where cultural pluralism is accepted.
Multiculturalism prevents ethnocentrism (the evaluation of other cultures according to preconceptions originating in the standards and customs of one's own culture).
When different cultures co-exist, they can complement each other and foster innovation.
Intolerance and violence can increase when cultural differences are not reconcilable.
Multiculturalism, when taken too far as a political philosophy harms integration within a nation.
Multiculturalism will harm or prevent the original feature of a culture. Each culture is special and should be developed deeper without intervention of others.
Social trust is improved in monocultural societies.
Multiculturalism is good for societies only when there is harmony.
A society can feel threatened by the imposed changes naturally brought in by foreigners.
Multiculturalism is beneficial only in as much as the host culture is allowed to preferentially select people, traditions, beliefs and ideas to integrate for its own benefit, while maintaining its own integrity.
The fact that some societies are more successful than others both explains immigration patterns and suggests that the base society ought to be preserved for its success.
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