A mind map detailing just some of the many benefits of a multi-ethnic society, from fashion to food, language to dance. This resource is especially relevant to the philosophy modules of the GCSE Religious Studies course.
GCSE Religious Studies -
Benefits of a Multi-Ethnic Society
1.1 By having a multi-ethnic
society, people gets to
1.2 Having a multi-ethnic society gives people the
opportunirty to learn a new language and then
practise their new found skills with natives.
1.3 Native speakers of languages can use their
skills to tutor. Hence, parents can easily find
experienced speakers to teach their children,
and adults can find experienced speakers to
guide them on their language journey.
2.1 Dance has been a fundamental benefit of
multi-ethnic societies, which varies dance styles
such as Zumba, various African tribal dances and
dances such as the Hakka native to Australia and
New Zealand becoming all to familiar to members
of multi-ethnic societies such as Britain.
3.1 Multi-ethnic societies have led to a
global sharing of foods.
3.2 Without this international sharing of
food, you wouldn't have pizza, pasta,
croissants, curry, rice, nor many, many
other foods which you know and love.
3.3 This international sharing of food in multi-ethnic societies is
so prominent today, that outlets selling just British food
have to advertise as such, instead of it being taken as a
given. This is particularly seen on childrens' menus, on which
foods such as pasta and pizza are always available even in
traditional British establishments such as pubs.
4.1 As with dance, music has been one of the
most fundamental and famous benefits
of multi-ethnic societies. These days, music
from a variety of cultures is loved by
members of multi-ethnic societies.
5.1 Multi-ethnic societies have had a
huge impact on modern fashion,
from clothes and designs to patterns
and materials all from different
countries from around world,
brought to multi-ethnic societies by
immigrants and travellers,
6.1 Multi-ethnic societies lead to a sharing of culture.
6.2 A sharing of culture leads to
better understanding of different
cultures, which in turn can
minimise racial discrimination.
6.3 The sharing of cultures and the better
understanding of different cultures
which follows aids the education of the
population in multi-ethnic societies.
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