There is no shortage of discussion in the media and academia today about multiculturalism and diversity, including the many topics related to these terms (e.g. ethnic minorities and their rights, international students, languages, racism).
Google both words, or better still, chuck them into Google Scholar’s search engine and you’ll see what I mean.
When we read about multiculturalism and diversity, certain sets of words and phrases pertaining to these topics often repeatedly spring up.
Most of the time, these words appear easy enough to grasp and understand at first glance. However, many of them are in fact complex and vague conceptions – they are ambiguous terms with multiple undertones that one can easily misunderstand.