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Incorporating Components of American Pluralism into a Course on the Geography of the USA
Outlines some of the pedagogical and organizational concerns encountered in transforming a traditional college-level U.S. geography course into a course emphasizing pluralism and diversity issues. Identifies the five principal components of pluralism as ethnicity, gender, race, religion, and social class. Discusses incorporating these components into appropriate themes. (MJP)
Author/Creator: McConnell, James E.
Date Published: Jul
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Geography in Higher Education
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