Project #13362 - Psychology

Develop a 500-word plan to promote a greater understanding of the conflict presented in the news story from the Week Four Learning Team assignment.

Include the following in your plan:

  • An analysis of the social psychology and multicultural psychology aspects of the news story

Story is below no plagerism and at least 2 references needed only focus on the bullet point that is what you need to write about the 500 words on thanks

Multiculturalism has failed seemingly European citizens. This is evidenced by the number of riots and violent murders taking place on a daily basis across this country. Evidence to support this claim will include a recent stabbing death of a British soldier, the stabbing of a French soldier, and riots in Sweden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annotated Bibliography

Goldberg, M. (2000). Conflicting principles in multicultural social work. Families in Society, 81(1), 12-21. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/230156759?accountid=458

            This article provides an overview of conflicting principles of multiculturalism. It contains work to support the thesis statement of the breakdown of multicultural theory. The issue of protecting human dignity and inability to support cultural differences is stated. A discussion of challenges in multiculturalism is presented.

 

Kymlicka, W. (2012). Migration Policy.org. Retrieved from http://www.migrationpolicy.org/pubs/multiculturalism.pdf

            This is a comprehensive summary of the failures and successes of Multiculturalism.  The study offers history, context, and evolution of the theory of multiculturalism. The issues of failure for implementation of multiculturalism is addressed.

               Archick, K., Belkin, P., Blanchard, C. M., Ek, C., & Mix, D. E. (2011). Muslims in Europe: Promoting Integration and Countering Extremism. Congressional Research Service: Report, 1-49.

The article provides an overview of  the large influx of Muslim immigrants into western Europe in the last decade. The article expands on the Muslim social integration and their acceptance in western European culture. However, although most Muslims are abiding citizens there are realizations that some Muslims in Europe are susceptible to  radicalization of Muslim extremist groups and their hatred and attack on Europeans. The article also focuses on the European communities and their efforts to try to integrate Muslims into the European communities and further decrease the feelings of social exclusions among Muslims and European culture.

               Lenard, P. (2010). What Can Multicultural Theory Tell Us about Integrating Muslims in Europe?. Political Studies Review, 8(3), 308-321. doi:10.1111/j.1478-9302.2010.00219.x

This article provides an overview of the European feeling regarding the use of Burkas, the western culture beliefs on women’s rights and that of Muslims religious beliefs within western culture.  The article further addresses the anti-European fundamentals of radical Muslims in Europe and the right wing-nationalist feelings of Europeans towards radical Muslims and ordinary Muslims. The arguments posed by Muslims and Europeans are that towards the pros and cons of multiculturalism and their views on integration for both extremist sectors.

Butculescu, C. B. (2012). NEW DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING LEGAL CULTURES IN

EUROPE. EXPLORING LEGAL CONFLICTS IN THE MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice, 4(1), 241-248. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1080807977?accountid=458

This article talks about legal culture and what makes up a legal culture. This includes the judicial law and how it includes religious bias and view but cannot legally speak on these issues in the court room and the ramifications of such thoughts, beliefs, and ideals.

Bulmer, M. (2010). Riotous citizens: Ethnic conflict in multicultural britain. Contemporary

Sociology, 39(2), 142-144. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/220153821?accountid=458

This article covers the interracial relationships between the British towns and the conflicts that are between the locations. This article also discusses the attitudes towards young Asian men that were arrested during a soccer game. This was done as a “strategic repression” to show the minorities the power of the authority and to teach them a lesson.

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