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Globalizing Americana: Part 21 – American Normativity and the Reality of Globalization

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 20 – American Normativity and the American Way of War

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 19 – American Normativity and Multinational Corporations

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 18 – American Normativity and Global English

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 17 – On the Dangers of American Normativity

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 16 – Xenophobia and the Hyphenated American

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 15 – Xenophobia and the Internment of Japanese-Americans

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

Globalizing Americana: Part 14 – Xenophobia and Border Protection

This series of articles will analyze how American culture is transmitted through the process of globalization. Read More »

pedagogy

Pedagogy refers to the methods and instructional tools used by teachers in educating students. It pertains to the entire spectrum of educational styles from urban education and coping with the needs of poverty and violence to special education and the education of children with needs and gifted students. Pedagogical styles, then, will vary as student needs vary. The more intense ... Read More »

racism

Racism is the belief that genetic variations among human beings, especially those pertaining to skin color, serve as the basis for the superiority of one race over the other. It is grounded in the prejudice and belief of racial hierarchy and justified with pseudoscientific claims. The greatest crimes against humanity, including genocide and the Holocaust were motivated by racist ideologies. ... Read More »