by Aydin, Yusuf Nebhan
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This book is one of the first comprehensive studies to closely examine Canadian Muslims' ethnocultural freedom and equality in light of Kymlicka's multicultural citizenship theory, which provides a liberal framework for the just and fair treatment of minority ethnocultural groups. Kymlicka divides minority ethnocultural groups into two basic categories: national minorities or indigenous peoples and polyethnic or immigrant groups. According to this categorization, whereas national minorities or indigenous peoples deserve self-government rights, polyethnic groups deserve cultural rights to maintain their ethnocultural particularity and establish equal and fair ethnocultural relations with the Anglophone majority.
Aydin, Yusuf Nebhan
Yusuf Nebhan Aydin is an assistant professor of political science at Istanbul Rumeli University. He has broad interests in multiculturalism, human rights, Islamophobia, ethnic conflict, international relations and political ideologies.
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December 11, 2018
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.017 m; 0.494 kg