Gender Aspects in the Attitudes of the Students of the University of Novi Sad Towards Multiculturalism
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The objective of this paper is to present the results of a case study conducted at the University of Novi Sad which examined the students’ attitudes toward multiculturalism (particularly in educational processes) with a special focus on the gender aspect, and the intersections with their opinions regarding ethnic tolerance and stereotypes against ethnic communities in Serbia.
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