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Kim, Hyunduk – Social Education, 2012
During World War II, human rights violations against women took on gargantuan proportions of indescribable horror. The Japanese military engaged in the systematic abduction of women from China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, and other nations and confined them to military installations in Japanese-occupied territories to serve…
Descriptors: Females, Civil Rights, Rural Areas, Foreign Countries
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Sa'ud, Udin – Social Education, 1988
Discusses cultural diversity and national unity in Indonesia, a country with a population of 165 million people from over 300 ethnic groups. Examines the philosophical basis of the Indonesian way of life and the country's national symbol of unity, "Bhineka Tunggal Ika," which means "unity in diversity." (GEA)
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Cultural Interrelationships, Cultural Pluralism, Developing Nations
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Oswald, James M. – Social Education, 1974
The South Pacific island of Bali is used as a case study of overpopulation and food shortage. A brief description of the resources, the typical lifestyle of the Balinese farmer, and possible teaching techniques are given. (DE)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Global Approach, Hunger, Poverty