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mon·o·cul·ture

 (mŏn′ə-kŭl′chər)
n.
1. The cultivation of a single crop on a farm or in a region or country.
2. A single, homogeneous culture without diversity or dissension.

mon′o·cul′tur·al adj.
mon′o·cul′tur·al·ism n.

monocultural

(ˌmɒnəʊˈkʌltʃərəl)
adj
1. (Agriculture) agriculture relating to the production of only one crop
2. (Agriculture) animal husbandry relating to the husbandry of only one type of animal
3. (Sociology) sociol relating to a culture that is the same across a vast area
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Multiculturalism was championed by the New Labour government at the end of the 1990s, in direct contradiction of Thatcher's concept of Britain as a monocultural nation.
If combating discrimination and expanding the horizons of students is not sufficient motivation to drive change, then governing bodies should ask themselves how they can have the best people for the job in place in such a monocultural teaching environment.
Agriculture in Cuba used to be large monocultural state farms, and the country has relied heavily on trading of agricultural products, particularly among socialist states.
Much of what was once a wildlife paradise is now a monocultural desert, devastated by logging and the forced settlement of nomadic tribes, where traditional ways of life and unimaginably rich and diverse species are slowly being driven to extinction.
The society did not support a proposal under which it would be up to councils to choose their own voting system, The submission said: "Currently FPTP makes for unfair results and strongly monocultural councils.
The society said it did not support a proposal under which it would be up to councils to choose their own voting system, The submission said: "Currently FPTP makes for unfair results and strongly monocultural councils.
Conway and Richard's article on culturally responsive pedagogy draws our attention to another aspect of the identity--language learning issue: that a significant proportion of our learners are neither monolingual English speakers nor monocultural citizens of their country of residence.
schools continue to grapple with the ongoing challenges brought about by increasingly diverse student populations amidst a growing monocultural teaching force.
In Russia, on the other hand, Orthodoxy served to unite a multiethnic nation under a monocultural religious national identity.
En los sentidos de los nuevos discursos respecto de la finalidad de la ensenanza de la historia, se evidencia el proposito comun de superar el relato tradicional lineal y monocultural, funcional a la conformacion de las identidades nacionales, promoviendose, por el contrario, una orientacion pedagogica problematizadora de los contenidos historicos y de la realidad social, cuestion que involucra construir una teoria y practica formativa centrada en la complejidad sociocultural, donde se expresen diferentes universos culturales e identitarios.
He signalled a strategy which would target the country's growing number of self-employed ("We have to be the party of everybody, or we're the party of nobody") and, to his credit, he acknowledged criticism his boss had appointed only white men in the four great offices of state ("We can't afford a Shadow Cabinet which is monochrome and monocultural.
Now that Kurds are on the rise in Iraq and Syria with their autonomous entities and a powerful political pressure group able to change Turkey's state-centered authoritarian, monocultural politics, the rulers of Turkey seem to have lost perspective of reality.