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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 35, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Education in a cultural lag: the case of Germany

    Theodor Hanf

    Germany has been receiving immigrants since the 1960s, but many politicians and a broad section of public opinion refuse to admit it. There is no official immigration policy and hence no... More

    pp. 255-268

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  2. Mainstreaming diversity in Australia's schools: problematizing the neo-liberal “third way”

    David Beckett

    Australian multiculturalism has been a successful bipartisan approach to post-War socio-economic change, but now there are signs of fragmentation. Taking schooling as a contested site of public... More

    pp. 269-280

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  3. Multiculturalism, pillarization and liberal civic education in the Netherlands

    Ben Spiecker & Jan Steutel

    In the Netherlands the general responses to the problems of the developing multi-ethnic society have been deeply influenced by its history of so-called “pillarization”. This chapter begins with a... More

    pp. 293-304

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