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Introduction : Multicultural Education as a Democratic Movement for Education Reform : Could a Movement that Claims Democracy as its Basic Tenet be Anti-Democratic ?

  title={Introduction : Multicultural Education as a Democratic Movement for Education Reform : Could a Movement that Claims Democracy as its Basic Tenet be Anti-Democratic ?},
  author={Nermine Abd Elkader},
The purpose of this theoretical article is to highlight the role that dialogic pedagogy can play in critical multicultural education for pre-service teachers. The article starts by discussing the problematic that critical multicultural education poses in a democratic society that claims freedom of speech and freedom of expression as a basic tenet of democracy. Through investigating research findings in the field of critical multicultural education in higher education, the author argues that… 


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