In defence of both multiculturalism and progressive nationalism: A response to Mike O'Donnell

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Abstract

The article presents a response to the previous article "We need human rights not nationalism 'lite,'" by Mike O'Donnell, also included in the issue, discussing the governmental and social policies of multiculturalism and a pluralistic nationalism in Great Britain. The author particularly highlights the growing social prejudices against Muslims in British society after various terrorist bombings since 2001. The author affirms O'Donnell's position advocating social cohesion and solidarity, but also presents a criticism and contrasting paradigm of his views on multiculturalism.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEthnicities
Pages269-277
Number of pages9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2007

Publication series

NameEthnicities
Volume7

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Multiculturalism
Nationalism
Social Policy
Social Cohesion
Paradigm
Terrorist
Bombing
Governmental Policy
Prejudice
Human Rights
Solidarity
Criticism
Muslims

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In defence of both multiculturalism and progressive nationalism: A response to Mike O'Donnell. / Pilkington, Andrew.

Ethnicities. 2007. p. 269-277 (Ethnicities; Vol. 7).

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