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ERIC Number: ED070711
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 15
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International Education and Alternatives for Educational Development.
Ray, Douglas
This paper finds that most authorities advocate educational models which include all the population and which try to be both diversified in accepting wide cultural differences and inexpensive in achieving results quickly. In many cases these objectives have been found to be incompatible. However, the author feels that new media may now be so effective that costs are reduced and results may be achieved quickly, while at the same time reducing one-way communications between cultures. Through the application of media smaller societies would be able to safeguard their traditions, despite scattered populations or political frontiers. This analysis, the author feels, leads to achieving better communications for cultural minorities. (FDI)
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