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The identities “centered and closed a national culture” are challenged and displaced and produce “a variety of possibilities and new positions of identification, and making identities more positional, more political, more plural and diverse, less fixed, unified or trans-historical”.

Maputo, capital of Mozambique, sees eeucacao condition of displacement and urban accessibility worsens as it grows its metropolitan area. The question of difference recognition becomes the main focus mocabique Multicultural Curriculum based on principles of multicultural education. For this reason, we suggest that the first step to be taken should be the formation of teachers capable of working in and with cultural diversity. The Mozambican culture has always been marked by a cultural mix that comes from the Bantu migrations and from the contact they had with other civilizations, especially the Arab and Asian.

Children enter school, but the exclusion of such children is taking place “inside” because the right of access does not automatically guarantee success in school.

Cultural and post-colonial studies began to be conducted in the form of literary criticism from the All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Revue Internationale des Sciences Sociales Such education advocates respect for diversity in school and the need for the recognition of equal rights for all. With the fall of socialism, Mozambique adhere to reform the IMF and the World Bank and goes on to defend moral values completely opposed to Socialism as the supremacy of the financial sector, privatization, deregulation of the financial sector, the denationalization of natural resources, integration in international markets.


Services on Demand Journal. There are unequal opportunities for children and young people in rural areas. For one thing, above all the layers of urban youth, influenced by globalization and the accession of new information and communication technologies, promote noticeable changes in customs and cultural habits [eg level of clothes, food tastes music, etc.

Thus, as in other metropolitan areas of Mozambique, the Urban Planning and Mobility sector in Maputo calls for a regional-metropolitan institutional arrangement to allow a better coordination in the urban mobility field.

When dealing evucacao cultural diversity is difficult to separate such a reflection of social inequality, because we recognize that cultural differences are often socially marked. As says Hallin times of postmodernity and a world in which borders between countries are dissolved, globalization is leading to the strengthening of local identities and the production of new identities.

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Mas a cultura ultrapassa tudo isso. A parte considerada de cimento manteve-se. The cultural matrix of the Mozambican people is diverse. One question that have concerned many educators is the management of cultural diversity at school. This process had its beginnings with the learning of Portuguese during colonization.

African Affairs77 mocambuque As we know, the policy concern of the State and national identity in favor of creating a homogeneous national culture led to the dilution and the erasure of cultural differences in school with the goal of ensuring equal education for all. Contemporary Marxism7: A causa das armas: This is true because despite the differences among men there is something similar between them.

Segundo William Minterp. By coming to school our students bring with them all their cultural heritage, i. According to the same author the defense of a common curriculum, today begins not be “politically correct” in some environments, because it is wide the defense of the differences.


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Para Candaup. Os caminhos sinuosos de um processo emergente. ABSTRACT From the start of the armed struggle against the Portuguese presence up until the independence of Mozambique June 25,the debates at the heart of the Frelimo Mozambique Liberation Front reflected the dilemma of “anticolonial nationalism” versus “socialism. Educators should not be contented to acknowledge diversity and value it discursively, it is also necessary to consider and create diversity in teaching practices.

Abstract One question that have concerned many educators is the management of cultural diversity at school.

Diversidade cultural e educação em Moçambique

In a society like Mozambique, despite having multiple ethnicities and languages, have experienced many cases of cultural “contamination” and are inevitably converging aspects between various cultures.

Para mais detalhes sobre a biografia de Eduardo Mondlane, ver os trabalhos de Teresa Cruz e Silva, Plano de Estrutura Urbana da Cidade de Maputo Revista Brasileira de Estudos Urbanos e Regionais, n. There are several ways in Mozambique of social, cultural, political and religious organization, there are many faiths, languages, customs, traditions and various forms of education 1. Have content, goals, means and strategies for teaching different?

Learning the Portuguese language will lead to the emergence of an acculturation process that will integrate the cultural characteristics of the Western world.

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