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ERIC Number: EJ189363
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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Forgotten Minorities, Self-Concept, and the Schools
Schwartz, Lita Linzer; Isser, Natalie
Social Studies, 69, 5, 187-90, Sep/Oct 78
Explores the influence of textbooks and teaching practices on the self-concept of Chinese, Japanese, and Jewish children during the periods 1880-1920 and 1966-1976. From 1880-1920, Asians were detested and segregated into separate schools in some states. Jews were also considered unassimilable. During the period 1966-76, most textbooks showed only token representation of these minority groups. (Author/AV)
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Language: English
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