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Ana Sekulić-Majurec ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

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str. 875-894

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It is required of Croatia, as a multicultural society, to arrange the
relations between the dominant and minority groups according
to the principles of cultural pluralism. This is not easy to accomplish
due to a lack of tradition in dealing with this issue as well as
to a suppressed awareness of the Croats regarding their identity.
Thus interculturalism as a world movement today imposes upon
Croatia two basic tasks. The first is the strengthening of Croatian
identity, and the second - the establishment of a foundation for
cultural pluralism. In carrying out these tasks we are obliged to
follow general global trends, but their solutions have to be evaluated
and adapted to our circumstances, which presents a great
methodological challenge, but also provides chances for development.
Some general methodological challenges are presented
in the paper that should be dealt with in order to improve the field
of interculturalism in education, from the need to give accurate
conceptual definitions in the field, through the need for systematic
research, of differences between qualitative and quantitative
research and of important synthesis in research, to the relevance
of interdisciplinary research in this field. What follows is a presentation
of methodological approaches in specific fields of interculturalism,
with a survey of interesting research to be used in improving
interculturalism in Croatian education and its research

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