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Title Citizenship education and global migration : implications for theory, research, and teaching / James A. Banks, editor.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Educational Research Association, [2017]

Subject Citizenship -- Study and teaching -- Cross-cultural studies.
Multicultural education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Globalization -- Political aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Banks, James A.,
Description 1 online resource (xliv, 528 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Part 1: Diversity and Citizenship Education: Cross-Cutting Issues and Concepts ; 1. The Challenges of International Migration in the 21st Century: Stephen Castles ; 2. Beyond State Inclusion: On the Normalizing and Integrating Forces of Deterritorialized Citizenship and Civic Education: Bashir Bashir ; 3. Globalization and Education for Cosmopolitan Citizenship: Hugh Starkey ; Part 2: The United States, Canada, and South Africa.
4. Citizenship, Culture, and Race in the United States: Angela M. Banks ; 5. Multicultural and Citizenship Education in Canada: Slow Peace as an Alternative to Social Cohesion: Reva Joshee and Monica Thomas ; 6. Citizenship, Identity, and Human Rights in South Africa: Viewed Through the Lens of Xenophobia: Kogila Moodley ; Part 3: England, Norway, Germany, and France ; 7. Citizenship Education, Inclusion, and Belonging in Europe: Rhetoric and Reality in England and Norway: Audrey Osler.
8. "Who Here Is a Real German?" German Muslim Youths, Othering, and Education: H. Julia Eksner and Saba Nur Cheema ; 9. Citizenship and Diversity in Education in France: Public Controversies, Local Adaptations, and Commitments: Geraldine Bozec ; Part 4: China, South Korea, and Singapore ; 10. Education and Citizenship Education of Ethnic Minority Groups in China: Struggles Between Ethnic Diversity and National Unity: Wing-Wah Law ; 11. Citizenship Education in Korea: Challenges and New Possibilities: Yun-Kyung Cha, Seung-Hwan Ham, and Mi-Eun Lim.
12. Citizenship Education and Diversity in Singapore: Navigating Identity in This "Brave New World": Rahil Ismail ; Part 5: The Middle East ; 13. Citizenship Education, Immigrants, and the Quest for Justice in the Arab World: Muhammad Faour ; 14. Transforming the Civics Curriculum in Lebanon for Learning Active Citizenship: Bassel Akar ; 15. Diversity, Identity, and Agency: Kuwaiti Schools and the Potential for Transformative Education: Rania Al-Nakib ; 16. From Empire to Republic: Citizenship, Pluralism, and Diversity in Turkey: Hasan Aydin and Fadime Koc-Damgaci.
17. Diversities and Civic Education in Israel, a Society Ridden With Conflict: Zvi Bekerman and Aviv Cohen ; Part 6: Mexico and Brazil ; 18. Stealth Diversity and the Indigenous Question: The Challenges of Citizenship in Mexican Civic Education: Bradley A. Levinson and Maria Eugenia Luna Elizarraras ; 19. Citizenship and Education in Brazil: The Contributions of Black and Indigenous Peoples: Douglas Verrangia and Petronilha Beatriz Goncalves e Silva ; Part 7: Diversity and Citizenship Education: Implications of Theory and Research for Teaching ; 20 Toward a powerful human rights curriculum in schools: problems and possibilities..
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 15, 2020).
ISBN 9780935302653 electronic book
0935302654 electronic book
9780935302691 electronic book
0935302697 electronic book
9780935302646 paperback alkaline paper
0935302646 paperback alkaline paper
9780935302639 hardcover alkaline paper
0935302638 hardcover alkaline paper
OCLC # 976036423
Additional Format Print version: Citizenship education and global migration. Washington, DC : American Educational Research Association, [2017] 9780935302639 (DLC) 2017009982

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