Wednesday, September 14, 2016

New interesting research from IMN Country Representative in Romania...

The multiculturalism connects people, connects ideas,
connects the spirits, connects thoughts...

Dr. Eşi Marius-Costel
Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania

The multiculturalism connects people, connects ideas, connects the spirits, connects thoughts. When we accept the idea of multiculturalism, we implicitly accept the idea of non-discrimination. Furthermore, the observance of the rights of our time and those of us to reveal the existence of tolerance and diversity. However, such a diversity should not,  in our opinion, to cancel the identity of the spirit.
In other words, accepting diversity (tolerance, multiplicity of ideas and opinions, habits), we also  accept the identity of the spirit which makes it possible  such a diversity. The subtlety of such events expresses,  in the end,  "the encryption and the decryption" of multicultural reality. But the secret of such overtones consists,  in our opinion,  in the very form of education on which we  accept it and which we promote in the company. Education, the way in which this is promoted in the public space (both real space and  virtual) represents today  the most obvious form  of the multicultural reality expression. . On the other hand, if we are allowed a play on words, the multiculturalism connects people, and the man of the company of today is the reflection of multiculturalism. In this respect, it is advisable to say that multiculturalism should not be identified in any way with the idea of globalization.
          The two forms must be unbundled  from the universe of discourse of the human understanding just by the fact that multiculturalism connects, unites, but  never strays such spirits. The thoughts, opinions, traditions, whatever these, can live together at the same time. By globalization it is carried out a process of assimilation of the diversity into “An everything” that can generate (and even generates in some places in the world) discontent, loss of identity, conflicts etc Therefore,  the society of today exists  and is manifested in its pure  forms through multiculturalism. (Re)building/()building reality, the multiculturalism becomes demanding with its own forms of manifestation, assuming its own existence and referring to the idea of a new paradigm. In other words, it becomes tolerant with itself under the principle of being together between now and future. Therefore, the multiculturalism as a result of the multiculturality  reveals the need of valorizing specific creator act of human nature. The logic of multiculturalism is a versatile one, the one in which we have been able to talk about the values of truths which interconnected between them give rise to "possible worlds”. There are worlds in which the problems of cultural differences could find solving by means of the appeal to the idea of education, tolerance, socializing and interethnic by thoughts and ideas in good faith. Consolidating a multicultural society reiterates the very idea of the value and cultural equity.
        Furthermore, appreciating a culture can acquire legitimacy in the extent to which it is supported the idea of acceptance of the new rules on the inside of the universe of speech.
        Such a normative multiculturalism document may be the subject of a contextual analysis has national representation at the level of interpersonal relationships. Moreover, it acquires the cultural legitimacy by forms of expression found in the space of interpersonal relationships. In these conditions, multiculturalism means the development and the valorization of the heritage of its own and of  those with which is carried out for a common spiritual cohabitation. Romania is one of the countries in which he multiculturalism is to its home.
        Representative dimensions for such status are validated by the presence in the Romanian geographical space of the very presence of a variety of nationalities.  Thus, we can talk about the presence of ethnic groups that live alongside Romania, such as:  Ukrainians, Poles, Germans, Serbs, Bulgarians, Tatars, Turks, Slovaks, etc. There are representative groups for the idea of ​​multiculturalism (interculturalism is understood that the idea is implicitly included in such a universe of discourse). All these ideas are justified primarily by the very high level of education found in Romanian schools. Moreover, the specifics of such multiculturalism  is given the permissiveness of laws and good coexistence between Romanian people and such ethnic groups. Moreover, the educational environment is conducive to support the idea of ​​multiculturalism, and proof of this are the supporting  and promotion  education policies in terms of learning foreign languages ​​in school from an early age. However, such a step is completed in  the system primary school, secondary school, undergraduate and postgraduate school , as well as by specific training in this regard. In this way, encouraging learning a foreign language opens cultural doors , facilitating access to cultural, economic, social development of a specific community. Therefore, the spirit of coexistence and mutual acceptance is in the Romanian benchmarks best practices in the exploitation of oneness in diversity.

Dr. Eşi Marius-Costel
Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania
IMN Country Representative in Romania

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