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De-securitizing Turkish: Teaching the Language of a Former Enemy, and Intercultural Language Education
This article explores the fit between orthodox ideas about intercultural language education and situations of acute insecurity. It describes the teaching of Turkish to Greek-Cypriots, introduced in 2003 by the Republic of ...
Toward a critical hermeneutical approach of human rights education: universal ideals, contextual realities and teachers’ difficulties
The present paper takes the approach of critical hermeneutics in human rights education (HRE) that has been developed theoretically and tries to operationalize it in pedagogical practice. In particular, a group of Greek-Cypriot ...