Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings

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Abstract

Schools, communities and societies that do not actively acculturate new members (e.g. children, migrants, refugees) through transculturally proficient processes will leave those individuals, families or groups vulnerable to marginalisation, disengagement, and disaffection.
This in turn will make them susceptible to impoverished life outcomes, mental health disorders and/or recruitment by sub-groups that support transgressive, antisocial or violent behaviour.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016
Subtitle of host publicationEnvisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education
PublisherMulticultural Education Review
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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White, R. M. (2016). Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings. In The Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016: Envisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education Multicultural Education Review.

Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings. / White, Robert Michael.

The Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016: Envisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education. Multicultural Education Review, 2016.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

White, RM 2016, Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings. in The Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016: Envisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education. Multicultural Education Review.
White RM. Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings. In The Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016: Envisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education. Multicultural Education Review. 2016
White, Robert Michael. / Building Cooperative Communities of Learners; a Transcultural Perspective in Education for Multicultural Settings. The Korean Assocaition for Multicultural Education 2016: Envisioning New Possibilites of Multicultural Education. Multicultural Education Review, 2016.
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