Canadian Social History

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Author’s Name Professor’s Name Course Name Date Due Canada’s social history Over the years, Canada’s citizenship arguments on political and social theories have undergone reissuance. Through this we realize how class, gender, ethnicity and race have shaped Canadians history from the early 21st century. These heated debates have led to various theories illustrating how unequal citizenship has been practised and applied in the institutions and power systems of Canadian society. Between the years 1920 and 2005, Canada has encountered complex challenges in its social history (Cross 345). This has been caused by its multifaceted design of ethnic and cultural diversity. Gender From the early 21st century, the Canadian social history…show more content…
Despite this, the native women gender has been suggested as having been the most respected aspect in shaping the current women understandings and identities. Gender conflicts occasionally occurred between men and women improving the relationship of both genders. Similarly gender conflicts reshaped the country’s ethnic, class and cultural values. From the early 80s, same sex marriages resulted in numerous controversies across both genders. Same sex married couples faced discrimination and rejection from conservative members of the society. And in 2005 the Canadian government drafted a legislation to allow same sex marriage (Cook, 248). Consequently the government through this act prohibited discrimination of all homosexuals. Current gender equality in all fields was fuelled by the women’s organisation who have persistently advocated for equality and abolition of gender discrimination in all sectors. Through this several methodological shifts have been realized across both genders and the government has enacted several laws to mitigate against gender…show more content…
This class played a huge role in the economic activities and ensured equal distribution of wealth in the Canadian society .Similarly, the working class history of Canada has been faced with huge struggle in the past. In 1965, little historical attention had been focussed on the workers leading to major class developments in the 1970s were labour extremism and Winnipeg strike were undertaken to fight for workers justice. In late 1990s, an increased number of graduates and historians designed new directions which revolutionised the workforce in the history of Canada (Bolger

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