Is diversity inherently dangerous? Latest research offers insights
Jóhanna Kristín Birnir and colleagues assess the relationship between ethnic diversity and levels of conflict. In the wake of a US political election which highlighted a xenophobic undercurrent in major constituent groups, researchers asked the question, "is diversity dangerous?"
In a survey of sixteen scholars on the existing knowledge surrounding levels of community diversity and conflict, Birnir and colleagues came to the conclusion that diversity is not inherently dangerous. Find out more about this study in The Washington Post.
Birnir, J., Davenport, C., & Forsberg, E. (2016, December 16). Is diversity inherently dangerous?