Yökdil Paragraf Sorusu Çöz 2

Yökdil Sosyal Bilimleri 2018 Çıkmış Sorular Çöz (Part 7)- Yökdil Paragraf Sorusu Çöz 2

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Soru 1

Multiculturalism has become the official policy in many Western states and represents a liberal democratic attempt to promote ethnic and racial equality. It is based on the idea of displaying tolerance towards a range of cultural practices within the contexts of the nation-state. As a policy approach, it has been influential in educational and cultural spheres where it has underpinned attempts to introduce people to a range of different beliefs, values, customs and cultural practices. For example, the teaching of multi-faith religious education, the performance of rituals and the promotion of ethnic food became facets of educational policy. While multiculturalism as a strategy has much to offer, some critics argue that the process of relativizing cultures can, in the context of institutionally racist social orders, overlook the dimension of power. That is, the day-to-day experiences of racism in relation to housing, employment and physical violence may slip from view. Thus, critics of multiculturalism argue that we would be better served by an anti-racist approach that highlights the operations of power and challenges the ideological and structural practices that constitute racist societies.

It is clear form the text that multiculturalism ..................

A
started as a reaction against the liberal democratic approach
B
encourages respect for and celebrates differences
C
has long been neglected in education
D
is only supported by ethnic multiculturalism.
E
advocates gender equality above everything else
Soru 2

Multiculturalism has become the official policy in many Western states and represents a liberal democratic attempt to promote ethnic and racial equality. It is based on the idea of displaying tolerance towards a range of cultural practices within the contexts of the nation-state. As a policy approach, it has been influential in educational and cultural spheres where it has underpinned attempts to introduce people to a range of different beliefs, values, customs and cultural practices. For example, the teaching of multi-faith religious education, the performance of rituals and the promotion of ethnic food became facets of educational policy. While multiculturalism as a strategy has much to offer, some critics argue that the process of relativizing cultures can, in the context of institutionally racist social orders, overlook the dimension of power. That is, the day-to-day experiences of racism in relation to housing, employment and physical violence may slip from view. Thus, critics of multiculturalism argue that we would be better served by an anti-racist approach that highlights the operations of power and challenges the ideological and structural practices that constitute racist societies.

Critics of multiculturalism believe that -------.

A
it ignores the rights of certain ethnic minorities living in the world
B
it highlights the operations of power and challenges ideological practices
C
it may fail to address daily problems caused by racial intolerance
D
it allows ethnic minorities to use physical violence under certain circumstances
E
it may interfere with the cultural practices of ethnic minorities
Soru 3

Multiculturalism has become the official policy in many Western states and represents a liberal democratic attempt to promote ethnic and racial equality. It is based on the idea of displaying tolerance towards a range of cultural practices within the contexts of the nation-state. As a policy approach, it has been influential in educational and cultural spheres where it has underpinned attempts to introduce people to a range of different beliefs, values, customs and cultural practices. For example, the teaching of multi-faith religious education, the performance of rituals and the promotion of ethnic food became facets of educational policy. While multiculturalism as a strategy has much to offer, some critics argue that the process of relativizing cultures can, in the context of institutionally racist social orders, overlook the dimension of power. That is, the day-to-day experiences of racism in relation to housing, employment and physical violence may slip from view. Thus, critics of multiculturalism argue that we would be better served by an anti-racist approach that highlights the operations of power and challenges the ideological and structural practices that constitute racist societies.

We can understand from the text that multiculturalism -------.

A
causes great damage to the political structure of nation-states
B
aims for greater acceptance of different cultures
C
cannot work without the support of political parties
D
is against free religious education
E
is solely related to educational institutions
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