K niektorým otázkam multikultúrnosti a školskej inklúzie v kontexte slovenskej sociálnej pedagogiky
On some of the issues of multiculturality and school inclusion in the context of Slovak social pedagogy
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The Slovakian society, in which various national and ethnic groups have coexisted for long time, has in fact been a multiethnic society for decades. This becomes more tangible when we consider the fact that not only whole nations and ethnic groups, but also smaller intellectual, family and other groups, that exist within the society, are attributed by their own culture. Each culture (as well as subculture) is defined by its own identifying signs. The last decade has seen changes such as economic reforms that led to growing social and cultural differences between various groups in the population. These differences are reflected in schools, where they make teaching and learning more difficult and contribute to social exclusion.
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