What is a Pluralistic society?
This is any society in which citizens can legally and publicly hold multiple competing ethical views and are allowed to choose for themselves what ethical beliefs if any they wish to hold. It is often mistaken for a society which tolerates different ethical beliefs or groups of people and holds that all are equal, which is correctly identified as moral relativism, a logically invalid position held by mush of the world today.
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The United States is a pluralistic society because people from allreligions are allowed. The US Constitution allows for all faithsand creeds.
a pralist society reffers to people with different views (religious, cultural, etc.) merged together.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_learning_goals_in_a_pluralistic_society#oals in a pluralistic society are the educational aims established by a well-defined, multi-cultura…l group of stakeholders that take into consideration the diversity of their community and schools when they make ALL of their decisions regarding academics and activities in their school.
YES! Canada is! The reason is this: 1. Many people have different cultures and beliefs. 2. We have the right to keep our RELIGION 3. People come from many different c…ountries and speak different languages.
A pluralistic society is characterized by variations in ethnicity, religion, cultural heritage, socio-economic status, i.e. a "melting pot" as has been said of the US. By cont…rast, a homogeneous society would be primarily made up of one ethnic group, share a common language and heritage.
America is a pluralistic society due to the magnitude of itsdiversity. America at is core is a nation of immigrants forgingethnically, religiously, and culturally heterogeneou…s society.
Learning goals in a pluralistic society are the educational aims established by a well-defined, multi-cultural group of stakeholders that take into consideration the diversity… of their community and schools when they make ALL of their decisions regarding academics and activities in their school. C Washington
Yes it is a very pluralistic society
The U.S democracy is neither plural nor majority governed. It is a combination of both. This may be hard to prove if this is for an essay. Pluralism beliefs state that governi…ng decisions in the U.S are made by numerical minorities. This governing system is evident in government agencies, interest groups, elections (especially the outcome), public opinion, and is stated in separation of powers that "fears tyranny" (i.e majority rule). Parts of the electoral college are also plural. The U.S can also be described as numerically majority governed. The President is a majority figure. Votes in congress, the supreme court, the idea that the President and congress must follow the majorities opinion are also example of majority rule.
We are not a melting pot like America. You have the freedom of choice to keep your religion and all your heritage. There is everything you can think of in Canada.
Although only in theory, the opposite of a pluralistic society is a monistic society.
it is considered a pluralist society because after the war of 1793,the us and canada joined together in a call of duty and theydefeated the russian reznof and all was good unt…il obama came andmessed up his second time as president by doing nothing and canadathen nuked him and thats why canada is considered a pluristsociety.
That everyone has their say in the process of making choices or decisions. Everyone can express their opinion and participate.
The impact that a pluralistic society would have on businesses is good in the sense that there are different cultures living in one area. For example, in Pennsylvania, there a…re many small Amish towns, as well as normal cities surrounding them, the impact of the Amish people and the English people as they call it, is great since the Amish can sell their items to the businesses of the English people, giving the English businesses much profit and the Amish get the business from the English. Without such a society, English and Amish businesses would decline in finances, since the English need to pay little for Amish items and the Amish make out nice financially.
tHE difference between a christian society and a pluralistic society is because of the God they serve.The christian society srves the God The Father Jehovah,The son The Lord J…esus Christ and The Holy Spirit.They are all one called the Trinity.So they are all taught the same principles and the same teachings which leads to a similarity etween them. Whereas in a plural society,their is a lot of religions ,different teachings,various beliefs ,there is mixing of principles and that causes the difference between them.
Only if you're a Jew. Israel welcomes invites people from all over the world to become citizens but only if they are Jews. Its definition of a Jew is closely connected to the …Nazi classification of Jews. The indigineous non Jewish Arab population is however discriminated against in almost all fields. A majority of them have not even been given Israeli citizenship and are officially categorized as an occupied people. Israel is often criticized as one of the worst human rights violators among developed states.
Advantages of a pluralistic society include fostering acceptance,understanding, and preserving traditions. Preserving cultures andfinding common beliefs are other advantages o…f pluralisticsocieties.