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Monoculturalism is the practice of actively preserving a national culture via the exclusion of external influences. Japan, South Korea, and North Korea are examples of monoculturalism. Usually a monocultural society exists due to racial homogeneity, nationalistic tendencies, geographic isolation, or political isolation (sometimes but not always under a totalitarian regime).

Nazi Germany Practiced monoculturalism as part of its campaign for Pan Germanism and German Nationalism.

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