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Based on a talk given at the Council in , Marable provides a sweeping overview of the changing nature of black studies, understandings of race, and the social context within which these debates are taking place. African-American studies, broadly defined, is the systematic study of the black experience, framed by the socioeconomic, cultural, and geographical boundaries of sub-Saharan Africa and the black diaspora of North America, the Caribbean, Brazil, and Latin America and increasingly, Europe itself. At its core, it is also the black intellectual tradition as it has challenged and interacted with Western civilization and cultures. In the social sciences and the humanities, that intellectual tradition has assumed a complex burden over many generations, seeking to engage in a critical dialogue with white scholarship on a range of complex issues, and most significantly, the definition and reality of race as a social construct, and the factors that explain the structures of inequality which greatly define the existence of black people across the globe. This definition was at the heart of W.
Multicultural media serve as important sources of information for immigrant settlement. However, little is known about the role of multicultural media in the process of immigrant settlement. Our aim was to address this gap and to advance understanding of multicultural media use and immigrant settlement through a detailed empirical study involving four ethnocultural and immigrant communities EICs —the Chinese, Spanish-speaking Latin American, Somali, and South Asian—in Ottawa, Canada. Based on our findings, we argue that variations exist in the use of multicultural media both within and across the four participating EICs; while factors such as availability of multicultural media as well as length of stay in Canada and, to some extent, household income play a role, immigration category is less significant. Furthermore, we advance that although EICs do use various types of multicultural media, they tend to favor digital media.
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The term multiculturalism has a range of meanings within the contexts of sociology , of political philosophy , and of colloquial use. In sociology and in everyday usage, it is a synonym for " ethnic pluralism ", with the two terms often used interchangeably, for example, a cultural pluralism  in which various ethnic groups collaborate and enter into a dialogue with one another without having to sacrifice their particular identities.
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