Estados Unidos como crisol de culturas

la universalidad de los derechos humanos

Palabras clave Asimilación, Relatividad cultural, Crisol de culturas, Derechos Humanos, Universalidad, Cultura

Resumen

La universalidad de los derechos humanos implica garantizar la igualdad de derechos humanos a cada individuo, independientemente de las diferencias (raza, sexo, género, religión, etc.). Estados Unidos es un país construido por inmigrantes y sigue siendo un destino de oportunidades, y desde su creación, ha luchado por defender activamente la universalidad de los derechos humanos. Sin embargo, equilibrar las diferentes culturas provenientes de Asia, Europa y África ha resultado ser una tarea cada vez más difícil. El país ha pasado de un extremo (asimilacionismo) a otro (relativismo cultural) mientras intentaba ser un verdadero "crisol" de culturas. Este ensayo analiza los costos y beneficios de cada una de estas soluciones a través de una perspectiva histórica, a la vez que examina opciones menos extremas para garantizar la universalidad de los derechos humanos, como promover las diferencias y garantizar la igualdad.

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Publicado
2022-12-22
Cómo citar
Apker, M. (2022). Estados Unidos como crisol de culturas. Revista De Derecho, 21(42), 297-309. https://doi.org/10.47274/DERUM/42.12
Sección
Monografías de estudiantes
Palabras clave: Asimilación, Relatividad cultural, Crisol de culturas, Derechos Humanos, Universalidad, Cultura