Many colleges across the nation pride themselves on diversity. And it's true; most colleges have students from all backgrounds. You can walk on the campus of BU, Brown, or UCLA and easily find people of all races, gender identities, sexualities, and social standings. Despite this emphasis on diversity, diversity of thought is often not encouraged at colleges (such as Hood College censoring conservative viewpoints from the College Republicans). Students at my own school, UMass Amherst, tried to get the College Republicans here labeled as a hate group after the notoriety we gained from "The Triggering", an event held two years ago. So, what do you think? Is diversity of skin color and sexuality less than, more than, or equally important to diversity of thought?
Apr 7, 2018
Considerable confusion exists over the concept of political development, which is of recent origin in political science.Characteristics of political developments are outlined; concern with equality, with the capacity of political system, and with the differentiation of government organizations.