Science: Diversity Is Not A Strength

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Science: Diversity Is Not A Strength

Post by Fat Cat » Mon Oct 07, 2019 10:47 pm

New Peer Reviewed Academic Study Finds Diversity is Not a Strength
A new peer reviewed study by Danish academics has found that ethnic diversity has a negative impact on communities because it erodes trust.

It turns out that diversity is not a strength after all.

The study, entitled ‘Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: A Narrative and Meta-Analytical Review’, was conducted by Peter Thisted Dinesen and Merlin Schaeffer from the University of Copenhagen and Kim Mannemar Sønderskov from Aarhus University.

Seeking to answer whether “continued immigration and corresponding growing ethnic diversity” was having a positive impact on community cohesion, the study found the opposite to be the case.

Studying existing literature and also carrying out a meta-analysis of 1,001 estimates from 87 studies, the researchers concluded, “We find a statistically significant negative relationship between ethnic diversity and social trust across all studies.”

Eric Kaufmann, Professor of Politics at the Birkbeck University of London, also tweeted about the study, commenting, “Higher diversity *is* significantly associated with lower trust in communities, even when controlling for deprivation.” ... cal_Review
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Re: Science: Diversity Is Not A Strength

Post by Kazuya Mishima » Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:16 pm

Depends on the kind of diversity you're talking about...wasps, micks, polacks, wops, krauts, kikes, and other olive oil saturated trash have been figuring out how to work together in order to bolster trade and build empires for going on centuries.

Now, when the schwoogies and dune coons show up...

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