Assimilationist vs Assimilationism - What's the difference?

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Assimilationist is a related term of assimilationism.


As nouns the difference between assimilationist and assimilationism

is that assimilationist is an advocate of the policy or practice of the assimilation of immigrant or other minority cultures into a mainstream culture while assimilationism is the policy or practice of the assimilation of immigrant or other minority cultures into a mainstream culture.

assimilationist

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • An advocate of the policy or practice of the assimilation of immigrant or other minority cultures into a mainstream culture.
  • Spanish-language education is not favored by assimilationist parents of Latino children in the US.

    assimilationism

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • The policy or practice of the assimilation of immigrant or other minority cultures into a mainstream culture.
  • *2002 , , The Great Nation , Penguin 2003, p. 558:
  • *:The model of regenerative assimilationism which the Revolutionaries displayed towards the Jews was evident in regard to other groupings whose commitment to the patriotic cause was for whatever reason in doubt.