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ERIC Number: EJ1118512
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
Pages: 8
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ISSN: ISSN-1913-9020
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Literacy Globalization and the Demand for Cultural Change Policy
Peykani, Mehraban Hadi; Rad, Hadiyeh Tanhaie
International Education Studies, v9 n11 p82-89 2016
Rapid change has faced, information technology and communications world in the last two decades of the new type of illiteracy, failure to comply with the growth of the doctrine of technology on the one hand and lack of attention to retraining and learning. Traditional methods, educational structures, policies and governing policies and implementations objectives governing this issue as a cultural phenomenon, no longer massive volume of demand for education is not responsive and necessary than of the government is faced with this problem, how can the different sectors of society with the transformation of the educational need. It is important that policies that literacy is part of the culture of each country have formulated policies, which uses different parts of culture and cultural diversity of the lands is written and the synergies necessary for the growth of literacy in society and move towards balanced development to occur and cultural of diseases caused by the global growth of literacy and lack of coordination with different cultures prevent these teachings. This paper, based on the policy objectives of literacy, the dynamics of education, culture and politics and its effects, globalization, education and cultural policies of governments, review modeling literacy policy based on cultural diversity and change and increased participation of all society.
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Language: English
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