Multiculturalism Can Underpin Social Inequality
Multiculturalism can underpin social inequality. In reaching this conclusion, however, it should be noted that its scope is limited. There are two reasons by which this paper will substantiate this claim.
Firstly, second-generation migrants are not so much constrained by the country’s ideals of multiculturalism as much as their predecessors were. Rather, their unjust circumstances tend to be a reflection upon their educational achievements (Greig, A, Lewins, F & White, K 2003, pp. 124 - 128). As