Diversity and Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives

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Abu-Lughod Report (1997) [Palestine], 416–417
“Affair of the scarf” (France), 83–85
The Affluent Society (Galbraith), 450
African American Civil Rights movement, 53–54
African Americans: citizen participation by, 117–120; excluded from U.S. citizenship, 109–112; income disparity of Whites and, 117; “Interest Convergence” concept and, 114; population of, 105, 106 (table); seeking redress from segregated schools, 112; view of citizenship by adolescents, 113–114
Afrikaner nationalism, 163
AID (Agency for International Development), 414
AIDS/HIV policy (South Africa), 173–174
Alberta Teachers' Association, 145
American citizenship: democracy, capitalism and, 115–117; development of views on, 112–115; participation by people of the margins, 117–120; Whiteness as criterion for, 109–112
American Civil Rights movement, 53–54
“American Creed values, 11
“American dream, 438
American exceptionalism: challenges to notion of, 52–53; project of democratic education as based on, 52
American higher education: Chinese immigrants seeking, 60–62; circuit of, 55–58; commonplaces evidenced in education curriculum of, 437–439; emergence as global force, 62–63; examining risk-calculative strategies of, 67–68; reframed as genuinely heterogeneous space, 66–67. See also United States
“This American Life” (NPR program), 121–122
Amish society, 91
ANC (African National Congress) [South Africa], 161, 171, 172, 173, 174, 178, 179–180
Angel Island Association, 108
“Angelus Novus” (Klee painting), 423
Ashaki newspaper (Japan), 305
Assimilation model: based on idea of dominant culture, 256; Canadian multicultural/citizenship education (1867–1940) use of, 6–7, 135–138; challenged by demands of diversity/cultural citizenship, 53–55; common principle of differential exclusion and, 23–24; described, 6–7, 23; as French Republican model of education, 35–37; used in Israeli citizenship education, 387, 389–391
“Atlanta Child Murders, 113
Australian ESL (English as a Second Language) Program, 39, 40
Australian Immigration (Education) Act [1971], 39

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