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Author: Elizabeth J. Tisdell
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: multicultural, education, feminist, pedagogy, insights, environments, inclusive, adult, learning, creating
Number of Pages: 115
Published: 1995-09
ISBN-10: 0788133322
ISBN-13: 9780788133329

Discusses the complex issues surrounding the creation of inclusive learning environments for diverse participants. The developing body of literature on multicultural concerns in adult education, on feminist theory, & on critical & feminist pedagogies provides insights for curriculum & instructional development. Contents: planning & implementing an inclusive curriculum; pedagogy: facilitating inclusivity in the learning environment; epilogue: implications for practice, summary, & conclusions. Extensive references.
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: perspectives, multicultural, literature, contemporary
Number of Pages: 54
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428967141
ISBN-13: 9781428967144
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Author: Viacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: american, native, traditions, multicultural, society, relation, islands, orthodox, church, alaska, aleutian, russian
Number of Pages: 60
Published: 2004-08-30
ISBN-10: 0788139495
ISBN-13: 9780788139499

In connection with the 200th anniversary of the Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska, an exhibition entitled "In The Beginning Was the Word: The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures", including some of the most important and interesting documents from the large archives of the Church. This volume summarizes the results of the study of the archives, stressing their relevance for the problem of semiotic nets of communication in a multilingual and multicultural society. The translation of Biblical and Church-related documents into native languages is discussed and the social and religious aspe
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Author: Ralph Grillo
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: multicultural, europe, minorities, ethnic, question, immigrant, family
Number of Pages: 321
Published: 2008
ISBN-10: 9053568697
ISBN-13: 9789053568699

The family lives of immigrants and ethnic minority populations have become central to arguments about the right and wrong ways of living in multicultural societies. While the characteristic cultural practices of such families have long been scrutinized by the media and policy makers, these groups themselves are beginning to reflect on how to manage their family relationships in a world where migration is a transnational piece of the pluralized global puzzle. Exploring case studies from Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Australia, The Family
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Author: Jeanne Rosier Smith
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: ethnic, literature, american, gambols, tricksters, mythic, writing
Number of Pages: 196
Published: 1997
ISBN-10: 0520206568
ISBN-13: 9780520206564

"Brilliant. Smith shows us how to bridge and link authors into an understanding of contemporary American literature that occupies shared ground, yet she insists on the imperative of educating ourselves in many U.S. traditions. The result is a book that meets the extremely difficult challenge of working multiculturally without either erasing or overdetermining difference. This discussion will have applications well beyond the group of authors discussed here."--Elizabeth Ammons, coeditor of "Tricksterism in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature: A Multicultural Perspective" "Transcultural and
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Author: Jodi Dean
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: politics, identity, feminism, strangers, solidarity
Number of Pages: 236
Published: 1996-02-05
ISBN-10: 0520202309
ISBN-13: 9780520202306

Solidarity of Strangers is a crucial intervention in feminist, multicultural, and legal debates that will ignite a rethinking of the meaning of difference, community, and participatory democracy. Arguing for a solidarity rooted in a respect for difference, Dean offers a broad vision of the shape of postmodern democracies that moves beyond the limitations and dangers of identity politics. Solidarity of Strangers is a crucial intervention in feminist, multicultural, and legal debates that will ignite a rethinking of the meaning of difference, community, and participatory democracy. Arguing for a
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Author: Jodi Dean
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: politics, identity, feminism, strangers, solidarity
Number of Pages: 236
Published: 1996-02-05
ISBN-10: 0520202317
ISBN-13: 9780520202313

Solidarity of Strangers is a crucial intervention in feminist, multicultural, and legal debates that will ignite a rethinking of the meaning of difference, community, and participatory democracy. Arguing for a solidarity rooted in a respect for difference, Dean offers a broad vision of the shape of postmodern democracies that moves beyond the limitations and dangers of identity politics. Solidarity of Strangers is a crucial intervention in feminist, multicultural, and legal debates that will ignite a rethinking of the meaning of difference, community, and participatory democracy. Arguing for a
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