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Being “Other” in Berlin: German Koreans, Multiraciality, and Diaspora

, is one that often celebrates the transgressive state of multiracial “in-betweenness”, the reality is that those who are or are perceived to be multiracial are still seen as out of place and “Other”. The existence of a mixed-race population is a result of different migration and colonial histories in each society. Multiraciality is considered a relatively recent phenomenon in Germany ( King-O’Rhiain et al. 2014 ). Relatedly, Germany has been considered (and considers itself) a monoracial state. The existence of a multiracial Korean population in Germany can be

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Does Multiculturalism Inhibit Intercultural Dialogue? Evidence from the Antipodes

argument and challenge its applicability in the Australian context. Australia helped to pioneer multicultural policy along with Canada in the 1970s and 1980s, a policy it has maintained. At least until March 2017 when the Turnbull government launched a new national multicultural policy statement (DSS 2017). The new policy stresses the importance of inclusion and a sense of belonging for all Australians. However, unlike the previous national multicultural policy statements, the Turnbull policy places most of the onus on immigrants and minorities to adjust to Australian

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