First level education teachers’ discourse on students of different cultural background (Bachelor thesis)

Δέα, Αναστασία/ Dea, Anastasia


Immigration is a common phenomenon of modern era, as illustrated in the current refugee crisis. Greece is now a host country of immigrants as they now make up 10% of the country’s total population. The study of the adaptation of immigrants is an integral part within Social Psychology, examining the acculturation strategies immigrants follow. Research data supports that immigrants in the country are opt to follow the strategy of “integration”. In the past, the citizenship granting process in Greece was based on the ‘Jus Sanguinis’ principles, exempting the Law 3838 in 2010 (also known as ‘Ragkousis Law’), when ‘Jus Soli’ principles were introduced. The law was then declared unconstitutional by the Council of State and was finally repealed. This study aims to explore educators’ discourse, specifically studying teaching staff at primary school level education, regarding students from different cultural background and their citizenship. The basic aim of this research is to explore how educators “construct” rhetorically the citizenship of their student who come from a different cultural background
Institution and School/Department of submitter: Δημοκρίτειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θράκης. Σχολή Επιστημών Αγωγής. Τμήμα Επιστημών της Εκπαίδευσης στην Προσχολική Ηλικία
Subject classification: Prejudices
Nationalism
Keywords: Μετανάστευση,Προκατάληψη,Ιδιότητα του πολίτη,Ρητορική ψυχολογία,Immigration,Prejudice,Citizenship,Discursive psychology
URI: http://83.212.168.214/jspui/handle/123456789/10873
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