2 edition of Education for citizenship in a multicultural society found in the catalog.
Education for citizenship in a multicultural society
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Cassell education series, Cassell education|
|LC Classifications||LC1091 .L96 1993, LC1091 .L96 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|ISBN 10||0304319317, 0304319295|
|LC Control Number||91023924|
Wolfgang Althof is the Teresa M. Fischer Professor of Citizenship Education at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. He was at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, , a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University Dr. Althof taught university courses and workshops in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and the US, and lectured in many other countries. globalization; multicultural education C onceptions of citizenship and citizenship education around the world face challenges from a number of historical, political, social, and cultural developments. Worldwide immigration, globalization, and the tenacity of nationalism have stimulated controversy and new thinking about citizenship and File Size: KB.
In this second edition of Educating Citizens in a Multicultural Society-- which includes three new chapters--Banks argues that an effective citizenship education helps students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and values needed to function effectively within their cultural communities, nation states, regions, and the global community.5/5(3). A better multicultural society: woke citizenship and multicultural activism Carl A. Grant Curriculum & Instruction, University Wisconsin-Madison, WI, USA Correspondence [email protected] View further author informationAuthor: Carl A. Grant.
So far we have looked at the theory and practice of citizenship and citizenship education. However, educational policy can also express different articulations of citizenship. A country’s education policy can address citizenship education in different ways and can emphasise different moral by: 1. Multicultural Education: The teaching and learning of different cultures, traditions, customs, religions and languages of diverse groups in a society. Multicultural Citizenship: The preservation of cultural identities, values and practices and participation in the national civic culture and community by diverse groups in a political : Sandra Pinhui Wu, Charlene Tan, Connie S. L. Ng.
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In this second edition of Educating Citizens in a Multicultural Society― which includes three new chapters―Banks argues that an effective citizenship education helps students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and values needed to function effectively within their cultural communities, nation states, regions, and the global by: In this second edition of Educating Citizens in a Multicultural Society— which includes three new chapters—Banks argues that an effective citizenship education helps students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and values needed to function effectively within their cultural communities, nation states, regions, and the global community.
It also helps students to. Get this from a library. Education for Citizenship in a Multicultural Society. [James Lynch] -- This work is concerned with the educational implications of a cultural diversity and the role of schools and other educational institutions in combating prejudice.
It proposes a multi-layered. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lynch, James. Education for citizenship in a multicultural society. London ; New York, NY, USA: Cassell, © Published by Elsevier Ltd.
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Chapter 1, entitled ‘Education: Cultural Difference and National Identity’, forms the introduction of the book. In addition to giving an outline of the content and nature of the book, in these 30 papers Feinberg.
This book consists of articles and papers written over a year period that examine issues, concepts, perspectives, and possibilities for educating citizens in a pluralistic democratic society. Part I (Chapters 1through 3), which includes an introductory essay written for this volume, describes the challenges and possibilities of educating students for citizenship in a pluralistic Cited by: Lee Kuan Yew’s vision of multiculturalism and citizenship for Singapore is best summed up with his words: “a community that feels together” (Lee, b, as cited in Yip, Eng & Yap,: Charlene Tan.
In the eleven essays that make up this book, written over a year period, Professor Banks describes how schools can both educate students to participate effectively in a society that reflects ethnic and cultural diversity and also promote national unity and public good/5(14).
An Introduction to Multicultural Education, Sixth Edition, is designed to introduce preservice and practicing educators to the major concepts, prin-ciples, theories, and practices in multicultural education. It was written for readers who can devote only limited time to the topic.
Chapter 1 dis-File Size: KB. This book addresses the need for colleges and universities to design educational experiences that promote the objectives of a free society while recognizing and embracing difference. The authors detail some of the experiments taking place across American campuses and reveal how each approach fosters the development of democratic sensibility Cited by: ‘This is a very well-written and accessibly presented book that deals with an important and challenging topic: the place of patriotism in contemporary society.
The author argues that patriotism properly construed can provide the basis for common citizenship in a multicultural by: A founder of multicultural education and a past president of the National Council for the Social Studies, Dr Banks describes how the concepts, paradigms, and aims of multicultural education must become integral parts of the project to educate citizenship and to create democratic schools in free societies/5(14).
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Kymlicka attempts to create a framework theory for multicultural citizenship, one that recognizes and accounts for the differences between what he frames as two "minority" groups: national minorities, cultural groups who were subsumed under colonialism or imperialism under varying degrees of agency, and ethnic minority groups, cultural groups who immigrated to nations of /5.
Multicultural Education at the University of Washington, Seattle. He has been an esteemed member of the KDP Laureate Chapter since Email: [email protected] Failed Citizenship, Civic Engagement, and Education by James A.
Banks Abstract Many racial, ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and religious groups are denied structuralFile Size: 1MB. Canadian citizenship education: The pluralist ideal and citizenship education for a post-modern state.
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civic education project (pp. –).Cited by: 5.In this second edition of Educating Citizens in a Multicultural Society? which includes three new chapters?Banks argues that an effective citizenship education helps students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and values needed to function effectively within their cultural communities, nation states, regions, and the global community.5/5(3).About this journal.
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a strategic forum for international and multi-disciplinary dialogue for all academic educators and educational policy-makers concerned with the meanings and form of citizenship and social justice as these are realized throughout the time spent in educational institutions.