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Social Change and Minority Education: A Sociological and Social Historical View on Minority Education in Croatia

  • Jadranka Čačić-Kumpes
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Abstract

This chapter is based on research concerning changes in the educational approach to ethnic and cultural diversity in relation to substantial social changes in nationally/ethnically and culturally plural Croatian society. The analysis deals with the three multinational states in which Croatia was incorporated, and it shows that, despite significant changes in the political and ideological framework, the culturally pluralistic approach to education in Croatian schools sustained a certain continuity. Although each type of state treated the ethnic minorities differently, they were officially recognized and formally equal. The aim of this chapter is to discuss and/or open discussions on the following topics: Under what circumstances and in what forms did cultural plurality in education occur? Is it possible to learn from these experiences and to use that knowledge in new integration processes?

Keywords

Ethnic Minority Education System Mother Tongue Identity Identity Political Elite 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of SociologyUniversity of ZadarZadarCroatia

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