Race, Ethnicity and Aboriginality

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Race, refers to the physical characteristics that define an individual from other groups of people living in a specific part of the world. The phrase, “race is a social construct” means that race can be used to categorize or classify an individual or a groups of people according to their physical characteristics e.g. skin color, hair color or the abilities of certain individuals.

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Article ReviewNameInstitutionDate1. What does it mean to say that race is a social construct?Race, refers to the physical characteristics that define an individual from other groups of people living in a specific part of the world. The phrase, race is a social construct means that race can be used to categorize or classify an individual or a groups of people according to their physical characteristics e.g. skin color, hair color or the abilities of certain individuals. Societies 2. What are the pros and cons of multiculturalism? Should Toronto have proceeded with Africentric schools?Multiculturalism is the state of having more than one culture in a certain area, institution or gathering. Multiculturalism has certain pros and cons which includeProsMulticulturalism allows for the easy analysis of race and ethnic relations. This is important in understanding the causes of conflicts and hence informs the decision making process during conflict resolution. Multiculturalism been used to deal with racism in areas where cases of racial discrimination are high. Such places include: learning institutions and correctional facilities.ConsMulticulturalism is div

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