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Facilitating Cultural Self-Identity (Out of stock)

A Psychosocial and Multicultural Perspective to Quality Education

Paul B. Pedersen

English , 1999/01 Educational Studies Series, Education Policy Studies Series Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research, CUHK

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216 x 138 mm , 58pp ISBN : 978-962-8077-27-4

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Teaching and learning are primarily an internal process as messages are coded and decoded through intrapsychological processes. These codes are culturally learned so the greater the cultural differences the more difficult the teaching/learning process. This article reviews the central importance of cultural context in defining quality education. Twelve specific quality-related aspects of culture-centered education are presented. The role of culture in self-identity is discussed and the importance of internal dialogue to identity formation is demonstrated.

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