Hale Beyza Karaçimen
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Pluralism

Posted on October 31, 2013 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Pluralism means the variety of feelings,beliefs,ideas and the way to express them.Plurasim is the naturel condition of democracy and individual freedom.

In this photo,I wanted  to show that a country’s citizen has many national differences. At the same time;although the individuds have different cultures.ideas,desicions they can get on well with eachother.this…

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