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Globalization and Intercultural Education

Globalization is an interactive process through which economies, societies, and cultures have been integrated at the international level. The intercultural dimensions may be represented by the ways in which languages, cultures, and social mores either have become integrated or are excluded from this process. The importance of this topic arises because of the ways in which societal differences and diversities globally can be understood in the context of intercultural education.

The International Context: Globalization, Diversity, and Uniformity

The uprisings that began in the winter of 2011 in a number of countries in North Africa and the Middle East have demonstrated the global connectivity and the emerging democratic and political imagination of citizens in many of these countries both in territorial and extraterritorial terms. These horizontal revolts have ...

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