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cultural diversity:two special characteristics:a)all cultures receive influences from other cultures.b)as a result of coltural diversity each culture gradually loses homogeneity.//relations and influences among cultures often what has happened is plain violent imposition.//cultural diversity is particulary common when people originating from elsewhere settle among us.we come into contact with cultures other that our own.//excluding them ultimately leads to either forcing them to undergo an acculturation process or else creating immigrant ghettoes en our cities.//existence of different cultures whithin(in) a society,that is,cultural diversity.the power of multinationals:society economic and social trends are directed,and this is called neo-liberalism.1)econimc perspective comes before politics.2)the market capitalism and especially by the stock exchange.3)competition and competitivity.4)unrestricted trading.5)globalisation of products and money.6)international division of labour.7)a strong currency is a sign of stability.8)de-regulation, privation,liberalisation.9)fewer and fewer states and a pro-capital position improving profits at the expense of salaries.10)indifference to any resulting ecological damage.//in the next thirty years,300 multinationals around the world will have shared out the consumerr goods market,and a few small companies will survive to supply the remainig markets.those multinationals will join so that each controls the world market in its speciality.what is built for the multicultural society?:a multicultural society is not built by separating cultures or isolating subcultures,but through communication between other words,recognising their differences,they must accept their common cultural language.//cultural diversity is based not upon differences but on relations between these relations each culture must accept that,beyond the differences between them,cultures contribute to the human experience and that each culture is an attempt at the universalisation of an experience.29.activity:relief:flat,low-lying rural areas are easier to farm,like south-east England.mountainous areas like the rockies in Canada are too steep and cold,with poor,often infertile soils.//climate: rainfall and tenperature must be just right for crops to grow,in South East Asia there are 3 crops of rice per year.the Arctic is too cold,and the sahara is too arid for crop cultivation.//economic activities:extensive farming may need a lot of land,so not many people live there.intensive farming may need the labour of many people,bangladesh.industry and services provide many jobs so more people live in towns to be near their plance of work.//soils and vegetation:lowland river deltas like the nile have fertile soil brought by the river.many people can live and farm there. tropical rainforests have poor soils and the thick forest is hard to clear so few people live there,this is called a sparse area of population.//history: india is very crowded people have been settled there for thousands of years.North and South America have large areas with few people.until a few hundred years ago,only small groups of people lived there.//technology:poor education slows down a country technical progres so that farmers maintain the use of wooden ploughs,and grow small amounts of food.this can keep population levels low,like in north-east Brazil,and can prolong poverty.with education there are new inventions, and new jobs.this gives high population levels like in tokyo.

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