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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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Bartulovic, Marija; Kuševic, Barbara; Širanovic, Ana – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
This paper provides a framework for analysing teachers' various modes of positioning towards LGBT students, generated from their understanding of the concept of teacher professionalism. The main research question of the empirical study, conducted through application of focus groups, is how secondary school educators understand the concept of…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, LGBTQ People, Professionalism, Teacher Behavior
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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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Endo, Rachel – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
This article reports on a two-year study on the in-school experiences of 10 ethnically and generationally diverse Asian American LGBQ-identified adolescents who attended a racially integrated urban public high school in the Midwest. The conceptual framework draws on Queer of Colour Analysis (QOCA) to situate how heteronormative, heterosexist, and…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Student Diversity, High School Students, Public Schools
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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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Gümüs, Emine; Kurnaz, Zeynep; Esici, Hasan; Gümüs, Sedat – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
Since the outbreak of Syrian conflict 2011, Turkey has received more than 3.5 million refugees, including a great number of school-aged children. Providing education to Syrian child refugees has therefore become important in Turkey. To effectively deal with this issue, Turkish government has developed educational policies and legal arrangements.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Access to Education, Educational Policy
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Hoang, Andrew Pau; Jordan, Lucy P. – Multicultural Education Review, 2019
Higher education internationalisation (HEI) emphasises the benefits of international research partnerships, knowledge production through education hub development, and global marketisation/exportation of education. The connections between internationalisation and student life are less documented in East Asian universities, particularly regarding…
Descriptors: International Education, Cultural Context, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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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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Kim, Hagyun; Hocking, Clare – Multicultural Education Review, 2018
As of March 2017, 30,490 North Korean refugees resided in South Korea, with numbers growing each year. There is growing concern that feelings of alienation and isolation seem to be key features of their lives. Using an occupational perspective, this study aimed to explore how they participate in South Korean society. Grounded theory methodology…
Descriptors: Refugees, Multicultural Education, Teacher Role, Foreign Countries
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Barzanò, Giovanna; Cortiana, Paola; Jamison, Ian; Lissoni, Maria; Raffio, Lorenzo – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
In today's multicultural world, digital tools may become a powerful means to building a culture of dialogue that supports "culturally responsive" teaching within imaginative multicultural learning environments. Students can develop global competencies, learning more about others' and their own culture as part of their personal…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Foreign Countries, Communities of Practice, Cultural Awareness
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Deroo, Matthew R.; Farver, Scott D.; Dunn, Alyssa Hadley – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
The advent of Web 2.0 and social media have changed how individuals act and react in mediated spaces. Pre-service teachers, familiar with navigating online spaces, enter their courses with a wealth of digital experiences, understandings and ways of making meaning. This study examines how pre-service teachers in a multicultural education course…
Descriptors: Web 2.0 Technologies, Social Media, Preservice Teachers, Multicultural Education
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Bartulovic, Marija; Kuševic, Barbara – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
This paper deals with LGBTIQ parenting from a critical pedagogical perspective. We start with the "parenthood-parenting" dichotomy that served as a foundation for developing an analytical framework in which we have analysed other dichotomies, apart from the mentioned one, whose interdependency creates multiple and at the same time…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity
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Chung, Hyun Sook; Jung, Sun Young; Lee, Jeeyon – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
This study examined how socio-demographic factors related to the levels of cultural and non-cultural prejudice among college students from Korea, China, and Japan. We used data collected from the Asian Value Survey. The main findings are as follows. First, Chinese students showed the lowest levels of cultural and non-cultural prejudice. Second,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Social Bias, Social Influences
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van Driel, Barry – Multicultural Education Review, 2016
This paper examines reasons for teaching about the Holocaust in countries only marginally impacted by these events. Against the backdrop of a recent global study showing that anti-Semitism is still quite pervasive around the globe, an attempt is made to show in what ways teaching about the Holocaust can affect attitudes of young people toward…
Descriptors: War, Crime, Jews, Teaching Methods
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Csereklye, Erzsebet – Multicultural Education Review, 2014
The European discourse of multicultural education almost exclusively addresses the experiences of Western Europe. Countries in Eastern and Central Europe have experienced not only different ways of economic and political development in the 20th century, but also different constructs of social, especially ethnic diversity. In the CEE region the…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Teacher Attitudes, Questionnaires, Foreign Countries