use pluralistic in a sentence.
I wish Google had focused on being the champions of the open, pluralistic web, instead of on Google+, which ironically seems like Bing.
For a diverse, pluralistic civil society to work people need to have thick skins.
Edit: Found it: Pluralistic Ignorance.
On a related note, I think that a lot of the complaints can be attributed to a kind of pluralistic ignorance (), where individuals are under mistaken impressions about the preferences and comfort level of their partners.
I'm not sure I entirely agree with the 'pluralistic ignorance' theory.
Look at Orkut, and Twitter, Iran is a pluralistic, wonderful country.
That used be what we called progress - that was using the strength of the net to create a productively pluralistic online world.
Our country is pluralistic.
The issue of pluralistic ignorance doesn't address the relatively large changes that relatively small changes in gender imbalance can have on norms.
An aside: my read of the Indian national character is that is much closer to that of the Americans than that of the Singaporese: individualistic, pluralistic, and tolerant of disorder and creativity.