Scientific Essay from the year 2010 in the subject Cultural Studies - Empiric Cultural Studies, grade: A+, University of Toronto, course: Immigration in Canada and Europe Compared, language: English, abstract: This paper discusses the possibility of Germany's adapting Canada's multicultural system. This has already been subject of discussion by Geißler and Klingholz. Contrary, however, to their beliefs, we argue that Canada has little to teach Germany with respect to immigration. The first part of the paper identifies immigration as a problem in Germany. The second portion takes an indepth look of the Canadian system. The third section discusses where practical solutions could lie for Germany.
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