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Multiculturalism and Multicultural Curricula in the United States
Argues for more multicultural education in the United States at all levels, but particularly in higher education. Earlier conceptions of multiculturalism (assimilation, transitional multiculturalism, residual multiculturalism/tokenism) have not succeeded; a variety that both emphasizes the core values of cultures, and serves as a unifying factor in a culture of difference, is proposed. (Author/MSE)
Author/Creator: Brown, M. Christopher, Ratcliff, James L.
Journal/Secondary Title: Higher Education in Europe
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Theme issue: "The University in a Multicultural Environment."
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080 Journal Articles; 142 Reports--Evaluative
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