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Multicultural Education between Theoretical Modeling and Problematic Practices: A Comparative Study between Egypt, France, and Japan
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
Cairo | 2006 | p. 165-291
Ahmed Aidrous; Mohammed Awad
Corporate author: 
Zagazig University
Arab States
Asia and the Pacific
Europe and North America

This paper focuses on studying multiculturalism as a concept, theories, frameworks and associated applied models. The study reviews the experience of France, Japan and Egypt, and makes comparisons between them. The study ends with a proposed vision for multicultural education in light of the experiences presented.


Resource Type: 
Case studies and research papers
Journal articles
Literature reviews
Cultural literacy / Intercultural / Cross-cultural / Multi-cultural
International understanding / Globalisation / International education / Interdependency
Inclusive / Diversity
Level of education: 
Higher education
Lifelong learning


Multiculturalism; Multicultural education; Intercultural education; Teacher education