"Smiling discrimination" in Canadian society

Název: "Smiling discrimination" in Canadian society
Zdrojový dokument: The Central European journal of Canadian studies. 2005, roč. 5, č. [1], s. [123]-131
  • ISSN
    1213-7715 (print)
    2336-4556 (online)
Type: Článek
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The article ""Smiling Discrimination" in the Canadian Society" deals with a recent negative social phenomenon, describing a form of treating people on the basis of a category which might often result in violating their civil and human rights. The analysis focuses on "smiling discrimination" toward visible minorities and immigrants.
L'article ""Smiling Discrimination" in the Canadian Society" traite d'un problème social récent en décrivant les formes légales de traiter les gens sur la base de leur appartenance sociale qui peuvent souvent mener au non-respect de leurs droits civils et des droits de l'homme. L'analyse porte sur la "discrimination souriante" des minorités et des immigrés.
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