Integrated community development

Asked Jun 17, 2010
Social integration, as defined by the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, carries three main interpretations. One view involves integration as it applies to the typical networking of human relations, another to "equal opportunities and rights for all human beings." A third interpretation creates a negative impact for cultural diversity by integrating the society so much as to create bland uniformity. Media, both social and communication channels, offer vehicles that speed social integration resulting in both positive and negative results.
Answered Jul 08, 2014

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