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Should politicians exercise cultural sensitivity especially if their home district contains more than one ethnic or cultural group?

  • Politicians should exercise cultural sensitivity especially if their home district contains more than one ethnic or cultural group.

    Politicians should exercise cultural sensitivity especially if their home district contains more than one ethnic or cultural group. Politicians should exercise cultural sensitivity no matter what ethnic or cultural group makes up their home district. Politicians move from their home district to Washington, D.C. and they need to be sensitive to all types of people and all types of problems that people have, regardless of their culture or ethnicity.

  • Yes, politicians should represent all of their constituents regardless of culture.

    Yes, politicians would be wise to exercise cultural sensitivity to all ethnic and cultural groups. Politicians need to represent all of the people in their region or district, so they should be familiar with the needs and wants of all of the various groups found within the area that they represent.

  • Of Course They Should

    I believe politicians should exercise cultural sensitivity especially when their home district contains more than one ethnic or cultural group. It would seem that people and the politicians themselves have forgotten the fact that they are suppose to represent the people in their district, not just a certain groups of people.

  • If they want to be reelected.

    Yes, politicians should exercise cultural sensitivity especially if their home district contains more than one ethnic or cultural group, because the politician needs to remember that they serve the needs of all of the people. A politician does not just serve the needs of the cultural group that they belong to.

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