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Lowell Green presents a powerful, persuasive, well-documented and incredibly well researched argument for a substantial reduction in Canada's yearly intake of immigrants and refugees, and an immediate halt to multiculturalism. Lowell minces no words in demonstrating how immigration has changed from the early 1990s - when about four European immigrants arrived here for every non-European - until today, when it is exactly the opposite. He explains how the policies of the Mulroney and Chretien governments opened the immigration floodgates in the 1990s. And how, since then, immigration isn't working for Canada or for the immigrants, many of whom are still on welfare after many years in this country. The evidence that Lowell presents that multiculturalism has become a form of colonization in our major cities, severely straining our social services and infrastructures, is highly controversial but difficult to refute. So, too, his assertion that even as mass immigration and multiculturalism strengthen Quebec's distinct and French language and culture, the rest of Canada is committing cultural suicide. His claim that many of the cultures we are importing are repositories of ignorance, superstition, repression, cruelty and injustice, especially towards women, will infuriate many a bleeding heart!
Discusses how American culture has been shaped by and has affected immigrants from Europe, Asia, pre-Columbian America, Latin America, and the Middle East.
CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) is an All India entrance examination and conducted by the National Law Schools/Universities for the admission in the Under-graduate and Post- graduate programmes. This examination is given right after 12 th grade for Undergraduate programmes in Law and after graduation in Law for Masters of Law. This ‘Self-Study Guide CLAT- 2020’ book comprehensively covers the whole syllabus regarding to test and helps students to get through exam without any difficulty. This book is divided into 6 parts namely Legal Aptitude, Indian Constitution, English Language, General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Mathematics. This book provides Chapter-wise theories with adequate amount of MCQs for recalling the concepts of each chapter, Previous Years’ question papers have been provided in the chapter practice, 3 sets of practice papers are provided at the end of the book which describes the exact pattern of the question to the candidates so that they can answer easily, detailed explanation of solved papers 2019 & 2018 also have been provided for practice. All the practice sets are also available for free on the WEB as well as on MOBILE so that candidates can prepare for their examination at anytime from anywhere. This book highly useful for those candidates who willing to clear the exams with the good grades and planning to study from the great institutes. TABLE OF CONTENT CLAT Solved Paper 2019, CLAT Solved Paper 2018, CLAT Solved Paper 2017, Legal Aptitude, Indian Constitution, English Language, Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, and General Knowledge, Practice Sets (1-3).
Leading scholars and practitioners come together in this contributed volume to present the most current evidence on cutting edge health issues for South Asian Americans, the fastest growing Asian American population. The book spans a variety of health topics while examining disparities and special health needs for this population. Subjects discussed include: cancer, obesity, HIV/AIDS, women's health, LGBTQ health and mental health. Health of South Asians in the United States presents research-based recommendations to help determine priorities for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, education, and policies which will optimize the health and well-being of South Asian American communities in the United States. Although aimed at both students, healthcare professionals and policy makers, this book will prove to be useful to anyone interested in the health and well-being of the South Asian communities in the United States.
The book describes the world’s oldest human settlements during the rather long and diversified sets of civilizations and cultural epochs in the regions, which are now situated within the territorial limits of Pakistan, and highlights three historical periods, namely (i) the age of neolithic settlements, (ii) the Indus Valley civilization, and (iii) the period of precolonial empires and kingdoms and against this backdrop deals with the human settlements of the colonial and postcolonial period in Pakistan. The main motivation for writing this book has been threefold. First, to increase the awareness among the current and prospective students of town planning in particular and the planners at large, in general, about the evolutionary process of town planning in Pakistan. Second, to identify some of the shortcomings, gaps, and overlapping in the process of planning and development of towns in Pakistan. And third, to emphasize the need to undertake further research about the various facets of the subject area. This book is a time series rather than a cross-sectional analysis of the Evolution of Town Planning in Pakistan. It attempts to highlight the various processes and geopolitical landmarks during the nine-thousand-years-long evolutionary processes of physical planning and development in the Indian subcontinent in general and those in Pakistan in particular. It traverses a long temporal and evolutionary progression of town planning processes in Pakistan. This book is a very modest effort to fill a huge gap and may even provide an incentive for the future planning historians and academicians to undertake more in-depth cross-sectional analysis of various processes comprehensively.
Multiculturalism is a concept that has been stretched to include a variety of political conditions, mainly in countries that have liberal democratic political systems and traditions. In this North/South ‘comparison’ we illuminate remedies pursued by governments and various political interests to address the binary. Tensions of culture and rights may not be the same everywhere. An interesting point of comparison is in the treatment of liberalism – often assumed in the global North to be the universal norms to be defended, whereas in the global South, liberalism itself may be viewed as the problem. Colonial histories are fraught with discriminatory legislation aimed at accommodating indigenous populations, often a trade-off for more structural redistributive justice through, for example, land reform. In Africa, for example, the codification of customary law has reinforced misogynistic and static interpretations of ‘African culture’. This book will show how varied and complex the embodiment of multiculturalism as a political practice, or policy discourse in different political contexts can be, and how often the outcome of multicultural discourses creates a binary between culture and universal human rights. The aim of this book is to grapple with dislodging this binary. This book was published as a special issue of Politikon.