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Bai, Huilin; Pan, Hui-Ling Wendy – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
The concept and connotation of critical thinking are formed based on human activities and social development in Europe and America, while relevant studies in East Asia are lacking. How to deconstruct the characteristics, formation and deep reasons of critical thinking in the East based on its continuous and dynamic human activities is still a…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Logical Thinking, Thinking Skills, History
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Halabi, Rabah – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
This study examines the impact of distance learning via Zoom on Arab students in Hebrew academia in Israel, from an academic and socio-individual level. The qualitative research methodology implemented in this study is based on in-depth interviews with 28 male and female master's students in two academic institutions in Israel. The findings show…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Teleconferencing
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Kaplowitz, Michael D.; Kaplowitz, Donna Rich; Liu, Yuqing – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
Today's hyper-partisan world makes civil discourse across differences seem almost impossible for many adults, let alone young people. U.S. public schools are tasked with educating our young people with the goal that they each can be productive members of society. High-school students participating in an intergroup dialogue on race as part of their…
Descriptors: Dialogs (Language), Student Diversity, Intergroup Relations, High School Students
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Ursula Hinostroza Castillo; Cecilio Lapresta-Rey; Cristina Petreñas; Junit Janés – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
This study explores factors influencing school adjustment in immigrant students in Catalonia, Spain. Low school adjustment levels can lead to failure or dropout, particularly among immigrant students. The research analyzes acculturation strategies, intergroup contact, perceived discrimination, and origin's impact on school adjustment. Students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Adjustment, Immigrants, Acculturation
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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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Dursun, Hakan; Claes, Ellen; Agirdag, Orhan – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Previous work on multicultural teaching competence has mainly focused on teachers' beliefs and attitudes towards ethnocultural diversity. Little attention has been paid to examine the nature of teachers' ethnocultural diversity knowledge. Drawing upon Shulman's model of pedagogical content knowledge, this study presents a novel theoretical…
Descriptors: Diversity, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teacher Education Programs, Educational Change
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Howard, Adam; Maxwell, Claire – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
We take a necessary de-imperialist approach to studying how 'Eastern' and 'Western' values are negotiated in an elite school in Taiwan. By drawing on the 'Asia as method' framework, we examine how cultural tensions are identified and moved towards a negotiated resolution between parents and school staff. As parents and school work to develop an…
Descriptors: Selective Admission, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Asian Culture, Western Civilization
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Cuéllar, Carolina; Queupil, Juan Pablo; Cuenca, Catalina; Ravest, Javiera – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
The intersection of multiculturalism and educational leadership, under a Social Justice (SJ) framework to understand diversity and equity issues, has received major attention in the academic world internationally. However, few is known about commonalities and differences between societies within this intersection. To address this gap, we reviewed…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Leadership Responsibility, Racial Bias, Social Bias
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Abuarrah, Sufyan; Lochtman, Katja – Multicultural Education Review, 2019
In many societies, single-sex education is embedded in a culture that maintains women subordination with possible ramifications to their language performance and role in society. This paper seeks to explain the cultural grounds for Palestinian female direct refusals in their L1 culture and the consequences for their linguistic behaviour in…
Descriptors: Semitic Languages, Single Sex Schools, Sex Fairness, Sex Role
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Kazanjian, Christopher J. – Multicultural Education Review, 2019
Around the world, the twenty-first-century secondary classroom is based on growing cultural diversity. Educators that employ a culturally responsive curriculum with a proposed framework of existential pedagogy for secondary education seek to promote the academic success of culturally diverse learners. It is argued in this paper that in culturally…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Secondary School Teachers, Social Justice, Cultural Differences
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Ash, Anthony; Wiggan, Greg – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
This investigation explores the role of science in teaching about diversity in schools and among pre-service teachers. Driven by the ubiquitous presence of scientific innovation and global intersections of culture, a central concern in contemporary society is preparing a diverse and highly skilled workforce. However, increasingly diverse student…
Descriptors: Race, Multicultural Education, Cultural Pluralism, Cultural Differences
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Smith, Jill; Pohio, Lesley; Hoeberigs, Robert – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
In 2015, cross-sector perspectives were sought on how teachers of visual arts in a sample of early childhood centres, primary schools and secondary schools in Auckland were responding to the increasing ethnic and cultural diversity of young people in New Zealand. The research was contextualised within national curricula, demographic statistics and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethnic Diversity, Cultural Differences, Visual Arts
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Dreamson, Neal – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
Global citizenship education (GCE) is supposed to be culturally inclusive in its literal sense. In this metaphysical study, I argue that GCE is grounded in epistemology-driven knowledge systems that may facilitate a particular mode of being (e.g. abstract or liberal individualism) and an epistemic system (e.g. instrumentalism), and its…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Cultural Relevance, Epistemology, Cultural Differences
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Ghazarian, Peter G. – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
South Korea (henceforth, Korea) has grown into a significant regional destination in global migration networks via central government policies aimed at reaping the benefits of transnational human resources. However, the meaning and vision for multiculturalism remain fluid and unclear. This study applies Banks' multicultural paradigms as a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Multicultural Education, Educational Policy, Policy Analysis
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Kim, Joon K.; Basile, Vincent; Jaime-Diaz, Jesus; Black, Ray – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
This essay examines how the projects seeking to promote "damunhwa," literally translated as multi-culture, in South Korea inadvertently reinforce cultural stereotypes and reproduce cultural hierarchies. Unlike many studies that focus on discrimination against racial or ethnic minority populations, this paper argues that the seemingly…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Ethnic Groups, Minority Groups, Foreign Countries
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