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Bhowmik, Miron Kumar; Chan, Aaron Hin-Tat; Halse, Christine Margaret – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
This article examines a new element in the cultural politics of multicultural Hong Kong, namely the emergence of racism towards ethnic and other minorities in on-line discussion forums. To gauge the extent of this problem, we examined 2,918 on-line reader commentaries about the 249 news articles on ethnic minorities published by the South China…
Descriptors: Racism, Cultural Pluralism, Foreign Countries, Intervention
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Yamo, Pittaya; Kim, Soyoung; Dreamson, Neal – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Many studies in online learning and teaching tend to be less concerned with cultural engagement or regarded as an additional dimension to learner engagement. Specifically, it remains unclear how cultural engagement can be integrated in course design. In this context, this study aims to articulate cultural engagement as a pedagogical system. To do…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Courses, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Influences
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Lam, Ho Cheong – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
In Hong Kong, teaching ethnically diverse children (e.g. Indians, Pakistanis, Nepalis) has recently become a pressing issue. As teacher educators, we believe the crux of the issue lies in teachers' understanding of cultural diversity. Specifically, this study adopted the theoretical framework of phenomenography to investigate the question of: What…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Ethnic Groups, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs
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Halse, Christine – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Evidence indicates that old approaches to and paradigms of multiculturalism and multicultural education are struggling to meet the emerging needs of society. In response and drawing on international research, this essay presents two examples that seek to change how we do multiculturalism in order to build a collective multicultural consciousness…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Consciousness Raising, Attitude Change, Social Media
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Thomas, Rhianna; Lucero, Leanna; Owens, Angela; Cahill, Betsy – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Youth are social actors who not only engage in but transform culture. Promoting plurality often means letting go of preconceived notions of power in youth social circles. Here, we utilize parent-child ethnography and the lens of queer theory to analyse four stories of youth identity exploration and answer the following research questions: 1) how…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Sexuality, Postmodernism, Youth
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Gultekin, Mehmet – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Syrian refugees worldwide experience many difficulties, including integrating into the host country. Turkey host most of the Syrian refugees, but limited studies examined Syrian refugees' transnational experiences in children's literature. In this study, I have examined the picture books written for Syrian refugee children published in Turkey…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Childrens Literature, Picture Books
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Kohvakka, Tanja – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Finland has long been culturally and linguistically varied and continues to grow even more diverse every year. However, this heterogeneity has not been reflected in the country's history curriculum, which has traditionally been built on the idea of a homogenous Finnish nation. This study examines the representation of both old and new minorities…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Disproportionate Representation, Minority Groups
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McKeon, Kerry; Merchant, Betty; Niño, Juan; Flanagan-Gonzales, Christopher; Sultan, Saleha – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
This article explores how five school superintendents in south Texas construct their professional identity and positionality around immigration and immigrant students during interviews with academics researching social justice advocacy of superintendents. Situated in south Texas on the frontline of migration flows and faced with a conservative…
Descriptors: Superintendents, Professional Identity, Administrator Attitudes, Beliefs
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Antonelli, Melissa A.; Sembiante, Sabrina F. – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
This systematic review of literature was conducted to understand: (1) acronym usage to define LGBTQ educators and curriculum; (2) theoretical frameworks and research designs of studies investigating LGBTQ educator perspectives; (3) the barriers, supports, and benefits identified by LGBTQ educators (i) in including LGBTQ topics into the curriculum;…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Minority Group Teachers
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Rigling, Cindy; Wood, Tracey; Thier, Michael – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Based on elementary and secondary schoolwide implementation experiences at GEMS World Academy Chicago, this paper defines 'field studies' as a field-trip adaptation that connects curricular targets from one or more disciplines to student-directed inquiry-based experiences. We detail the process to develop and coordinate a schoolwide field-study…
Descriptors: Field Studies, Critical Thinking, Global Approach, Citizenship Education
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Arias, Laura; Parameswaran, Gowri – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
US youth have demonstrated a deeper involvement in social and political issues today than in earlier decades. This trend is reflected in more active voting behaviours as well as more protest and general activism efforts. This paper offers teachers ways to engage students in facilitating and infusing antiracism thought and behaviour into their…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Citizenship Education, Social Justice, Racial Bias
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Starkey, Hugh – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
This paper examines pedagogical responses to James Banks's concept of "failed citizenship," namely the structural factors that inhibit migrants and minorities from accessing fully functioning citizenship and their human rights. Banks commissioned and published 16 case studies of social studies teachers in different national contexts to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Multicultural Education, Citizenship Education, Civil Rights
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Eady, Michelle J.; Woolrych, Tracey J.; Green, Corinne A. – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
School classrooms worldwide consist of a diversity of cultures. Teachers in these classrooms play key roles in the preparation of students not only in terms of their academic and career readiness, but also in their understanding of how to socially navigate communities. In remote areas where communities rely on their culture and social norms to…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Diversity, Faculty, Indigenous Populations
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Osler, Audrey; Skarra, Jon Arne – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
A multicultural society that equates Christian and humanist values with human rights denies pluralism, placing human rights culture at risk. We examine Norwegian education policy discourses, noting human rights as a key feature of national identity, said to underpin schooling. Education policy maintains distinctions between those who embody…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Civil Rights, Guidelines, Christianity
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Cho, Hyunhee; Gay, Geneva – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
This study examined the social justice teaching beliefs and practices of three novice teachers from the perspectives of complexity theory. A qualitative multi-case study methodology was used to collect data that included interviews, classroom observations, and simulated recalls. The findings describe the lived experiences of the participants…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Faculty Development, Preservice Teachers, Beginning Teachers
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