The Importance of Education in the Arab Society as a National Minority Society in Israel
from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration
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)
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