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Multiculturalism: Intersubjectivity or Particularism in Education?

Educators, theorists, and community leaders must consider which conceptual template is appropriate for a dynamic, diverse, and productive society and school. Intersubjectivity (stressing empathy, justice, and freedom) avoids the conformity espoused by the extreme right and the Balkanization dangers inherent in far-left recommendations. Promoting unity within diversity is challenging for educators. (MLH)

  • Author/Creator: Morrison, Harriet B.
  • Date Published: Aug-Nov
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Thresholds in Education
  • Number: 3-4
  • Volume: 22
  • Year: 1995

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