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Multiculturalism Interculturality And Diversity In Education

Author : Gunther Dietz
ISBN : 9783830971979
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The Educational Challenge Of Cultural Diversity In The International Context

Author : Christos Govaris, Stavroula Kaldi (ed.)
ISBN : 9783830972198
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Das Andere Lehren Handbuch Zur Lehre Interkultureller Handlungskompetenz

Author : Oliver Eß
ISBN : 3830973780
Genre : Education
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Interkulturelle Arbeits- und Begegnungssituationen sind vielschichtig und komplex. Die Vermittlung von Interkultureller Kompetenz kann auf unterschiedlichste Weise geschehen. Wie wird didaktisch und methodisch gezielt auf das Handeln in interkulturellen Kontexten vorbereitet und unter welchen theoretischen Voraussetzungen findet dies statt? Welche Möglichkeiten gibt es, Interkulturelle Handlungskompetenz zu schulen, wenn man interkulturelles Handeln konsequent als kooperatives soziales Handeln begreift? Dieses Handbuch bietet Orientierungshilfen für die Lehre. Es stellt Lehrkonzepte zur Vorbereitung auf das Handeln in interkulturellen Kontexten und zur Vermittlung Interkultureller Kompetenz vor. Darüber hinaus präsentiert es wichtige Denkanstöße für eine die Lehre fundierende Theorie der interkulturellen Arbeits- und Begegnungssituationen. Die hier vorgestellten Beiträge wurden bei der internationalen Fachtagung „Interkulturelle Handlungskompetenz an Fachhochschulen – Perspektiven und Dimensionen für die Lehre“ im Oktober 2008 am Studienort Wilhelmshaven der Fachhochschule Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven diskutiert. Sie liegen hier nun in konzentrierter und überarbeiteter Form vor.

Multiculturalism Interculturality And Diversity In Education

Author : Gunther Dietz
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The Intercultural Dialogue

Author : Thor-André Skrefsrud
ISBN : 9783830984139
Genre : Education
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The speed, scale and spread of international migration and globalisation have firmly placed the issue of intercultural dialogue at the top of the educational agenda in Europe and elsewhere. In this book, Skrefsrud sheds light on intercultural dialogue as a key competence for teachers working in changing and diverse classrooms. In the first part, the notion of dialogue is explored with the theory of culture, religion and communication as the focus. In the second part, Skrefsrud analyses the government-initiated curriculum framework for teacher education in Norway and discusses the preconditions for intercultural dialogue in educational policies. The analysis illustrates how difficult it is to make issues of difference permeate all aspects of teacher preparation. Thor-André Skrefsrud works as an associate professor in education at the Hedmark University of Applied Sciences in Norway. His research interests include intercultural education, religious education and educational philosophy. In 2012 he received his Ph.D. for a thesis on the concept of intercultural dialogue in teacher education.

Religions And Dialogue

Author : Wolfram Weiße
ISBN : 9783830980360
Genre : Philosophy
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Responding to plurality is a demanding task. Nonetheless it is one of the challenges that European countries are facing today. Over the past decades, the social and religious make-up of Central Europe has changed, and this has led to resentment and fears of mass immigration, social disintegration and the emergence of parallel societies. However, we also find empirical proof that prejudice is lowest where there is direct contact. Therefore, there appears to be an increasing need for more dialogue in order to make the stranger less strange, the unknown known, the other no longer entirely other. This is equally true in academic research: There is a definite need, yet research on questions of interreligious dialogue remains in its infancy throughout the various disciplines engaged in it. The project 'Religion and Dialogue in Modern Societies' (ReDi) that started at the Academy of World Religions at the Hamburg University in 2011 seeks to contribute to remedying this deficit. Like the ReDi-Project, this book looks at dialogue from different perspectives. It includes both theoretical and empirical approaches as well as a variety of theological viewpoints on a theology of plurality and dialogue from the perspective of different religions.

National Images And International Systems

Author : Kenneth E. Boulding
ISBN : 0829032169
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Muslim Women In Southern Spain

Author : Gunther Dietz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114173938
Genre : Andalusia (Spain)
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Ethnographic study of Muslim women in southern Spain to identify various forms of overlapping and mutually reinforcing sources and forms of discrimination and exclusion. Authors recount much of their findings in the words of their informants themselves -- immigrant women from north Africa and European and North American converts Islam to reside in Spain.

Cross Cultural Literacy

Author : Steven F. Arvizu
ISBN : 9781351237086
Genre : Education
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Originally published in 1992. This book advocates and demonstrates the benefits of an anthropological approach that recognizes the centrality of culture in the educational process. This approach encompasses knowledge and understanding of other cultures’ patterns of interaction, values, institutions, metaphors and symbols as well as cross-cultural communication skills. Ethnographic studies of multi-ethnic classrooms and schools in their community context are presented in this excellent volume with a view to informing practice and policy concerning the education of language minority students and teachers, and anyone with an interest in foreign language education and bilingual education.

Structuring Diversity

Author : Louise Lamphere
ISBN : 0226468194
Genre : Social Science
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Through ethnographic research, sociologists and anthropologists explore the interaction of America's newcomers with established residents in six cities. Their analysis highlights the importance of class and power as immigrants interact in the workplace, at home, at school, and in community organizations.

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