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The Importance of Education in the Arab Society as a National Minority Society in Israel

Raid Azbarga

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: Education is important in any society, but much more important for minority groups in a multinational and multi-cultural society. We can stand on the importance of education by its definition. Although there are many definitions, all of them always enclaves three main goals: education as socialization - education is a means of adapting the individual and their suitability to the society he lives in order to train him properly to enter adult life; Education individuation - the main purpose of education is the full development of the specific personality of the individual and the realization of their uniqueness; Education as culture - another primary purpose of education is to influence the shaping of the personality of the student according to the "good person" template in a given culture. The argument is that codes of cultural and values that are formed over centuries, have to be transferred from generation to generation.

Keywords: education; arab society; national minority; Israel (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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