quinta-feira, 20 de setembro de 2012
By: Valdemir Mota de Menezes, The Scribe Due to multiple racial and cultural mixtures caused by increased migration on a global scale, the development of anthropological studies of law itself and linguistics, beyond other social sciences and humanities, multiculturalism is, above all, a questioning of borders of all kinds, especially the monoculturalism and the concept of nation based on it. Multiculturalism is now a worldwide phenomenon. Usually, however, be considered a phenomenon typical of developed countries, because these countries have specific characteristics that are favorable for its outbreak. the specific "historic, demographic and institutional." While ideal society, this phenomenon has emerged in some European countries, that have long been trying to deal with ethnic differences, racial and cultural, from a set of public measures. Those countries received a strong immigration, especially from the second postwar, forming the so-called multicultural societies in which there is a relationship between discourses, laws and multicultural practices.