Migrant, Roma and Post-Colonial Youth in Education across Europe: Being 'Visibly Different'

Migrant, Roma and Post-Colonial Youth in Education across Europe: Being 'Visibly Different'

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ISBN-13: 9781349456109
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 01/01/2014
Edition description: 1st ed. 2014
Pages: 281
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Maurice Crul, The Free University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands Margit Feischmidt, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary David Kostlán, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia Ian Law, University of Leeds, UK Vera Messing, Central European University, Hungary Bolette Moldenhawer, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Mária Neményi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary Philipp Schnell, University of Vienna, Austria Gaby Straßburger, Catholic University of Applied Social Sciences, Germany Sarah Swann, University of Leeds, UK Róza Vajda, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary Enik? Vincze, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania Violetta Zentai, Central European University, Hungary

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Understanding the Salience of Ethnicity in the Educational Experiences of Minority Adolescents Across Europe; Claire Schiff 2. Apart or Together: Motivations Behind Ethnic Segregation in Education Across Europe; Vera Messing 3. Inclusive Education for Children of Immigrants: The Turkish Second Generation in Sweden, the Netherlands, and Austria; Philipp Schnell and Maurice Crul 4. Teachers' Approaches to Ethnic Minority Students Through a Comparative Lens; Claire Schiff 5. The Emerging 'Ethnic Ceiling': Implications of Grading on Adolescents' Educational Advancement in Comparative Perspective; Julia Szalai 6. Education in the European Multicultural Debates and Polices; Violetta Zentai 7. Intricacies of Ethnicity: A Comparative Study of Minority Identity Formation During Adolescence; Maria Nemenyi and Roza Vajda 8. Dampened Voices: A Comparative Look at Roma Adolescents' Discourses on Being 'Othered' at School; Margit Feischmidt 9. Educational Strategies of Minority Youth and the Social Constructions of Ethnicity; Bolette Moldenhawer 10. Racism, Ethnicity and Schooling in England; Ian Law and Sarah Swann 11. Experiencing Ethnicity in a Colour-Blind System: Minority Students in France; Claire Schiff 12. The Interplay of School and Family and its Impact on the Educational Careers of Ethnic Minority Youth in Germany; Gaby Strassburger 13. Ethnic Identification and the Desire to Belong in the Case of Urban Roma Youth in Romania; Enik? Vincze 14. Structural and Personal Forms of Discrimination in Slovak Multi-Ethnic Schools; David Kostlan 15. Conclusions: Ethnic Distinctions and the Making of Citizenship in Education; Julia Szalai

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