Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Cosmopolitan and/or Multicultural Education: Connections and Divergences
Eleni Oikonomidoy (Associate Professor of Multicultural Education, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA)
Chapter 2. White Privilege Misunderstood
Franklin Thompson (Associate Professor, University of Nebraska-Omaha, College of Education, Omaha, NE, USA)
Chapter 3. On Critical Performance Race Theory: Principles, Pedagogy, and Loving Community
Jeasik Cho (University of Wyoming, USA)
Chapter 4. A Comparison of Civic Values in the Curriculum Standards of China and the U. S.
Tao Wang and Anthony Longoria (University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA)
Chapter 5. The effects of Multiplicative and Convertible Capitals on Non-Chinese Language Minorities’ Accessing University in Hong Kong
Gao Fang (Department of International Education and Lifelong Learning, The Education University of Hong Kong, New Territories, Hong Kong, China)
Chapter 6. Global Multiculturalism in Undergraduate Sociology Course: Analyzing Introductory Textbooks in the U.S.
Kyoung-Ho Shin (Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO, USA)
Chapter 7. Empowering Female Teachers’ Roles in Promoting Multiculturalism in Malaysia
Khairul Aini Mohamed Jiri (Ministry of Education Malaysia)
Chapter 8. Ethnic and Language Diversity in Education: Approaches and Practices from Hungary
Erzsébet Csereklye (Eötvös University, Budapest, Institute for Intercultural Psychology and Eductaion, Hungary)
Chapter 9. The Multicultural Education for School Children in South Korea: Analysis, Issues, and Prospects
SeonMee Kim (Professor, Sunchon National University, Republic of Korea)
Chapter 10. Global Perspectives on Teacher Training
Kevin Oh, Natalie Nussli and Jason Davis (Department of Learning and Instruction, University of San Francisco, California, USA, and others)
Audience: People who are studying and working in the teme of globalization, immigration, multicultuarl education, and multiculturalism. They are professionals, faculty in university, graduate students in the area.