Diversity and Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives

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NAME INDEX

A
Aboud, F., 327
Abu-Lughod, L., 304, 376, 399
Abu-Nimer, M., 385
Acuña, R., 112
Adam, H., 10, 158, 159, 162, 440, 446, 447
Adler, C., 378, 379, 390
Al-Haj, M., 384, 386
Alba, R., 23
Albrow, M., 21
Aleinikoff, T. A., 19
Allemann-Ghionda, C., 251
Allen, T., 113
Alves, S. C., 188
Ambedkar, B. R., 341–342
Anderson, B., 51, 323, 443
Anderson, C., 389, 390
Anderson, J.T.M., 136, 137
Anjos, R.S.A. dos, 202
Anyon, J., 439
Appiah, K. A., 202
Appleby, J., 102
Araújo-Olivera, S. S., 207
Arendt, H., 455
Arnove, R. F., 9
Aronson, E., 453
Arroyo, M., 189
Aspin, D., 282
Avery, P. G., 389

B
Bailey, R., 238
Ball, S., 146
Banks, C.A.M., 4, 368, 369, 372
Banks, D., 119
Banks, J. A., 1, 4, 12, 160, 207, 246, 258, 281, 304, 368, 369, 372, 388, 399, 448, 449, 451 (table), 453
Bar, H., 399
Bar-Tal, D., 384, 396
Barbosa, R., 191, 192, 193
Barchiesi, F., 169
Bargal, D., 399
Barton, K. C., 444, 445
Basch, L., 265
Basler, R. P., 112
Bateman, G., 300, 375
Batra, D. N., 346–347
Bauman, Z., 21
Beit-Hallahmi, B., 386
Bell, D., 114
Bell, G. H., 257
Ben-Yehuda, B., 392
Benatar, S. R., 174
Benhabib, S., 420–421
Benjamin, W., 423
Benmayor, R., 116
Bennett, L., 108
Bentley, T., 236
Benziman, U., 383, 384
Beriss, D., 84
Berkel, K. van, 231
Bernard, P., 147, 148
Berndorff, D., 145
Berry, J. W., 129, 130
Bessis, S., 147
Bettencourt, L., 194
Birrell, B., 41
Bittar, M., 189

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