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CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF PLURALISM
THE NEW SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION
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aboriginal aboriginal self-government Allophone analyses analysis of schooling Anglophone argued assimilation assimilationist bilingual Canadian society concept conﬂict consensus constitutional context critical cultural capital cultural hegemony cultural pluralism culture and schooling differences dominant and subordinate dominant group educational system Úlite English ethnic groups ethnic relations ethnocultural example existing federal forms of pluralism Francophone French language Giroux heritage languages ideology immigrants important Indian individual inequalities inﬂuence institutions and structures integration issue language educational rights language of instruction legislation linguistic major Manitoba minority groups minority language educational multicultural education native non-official language normative Northwest Territories official language minority Ontario perspective plural society possess power-conﬂict theory programs province Quebec race and ethnic racial and ethnic reﬂect reinforce relationship reproduction resistance role Schermerhorn school boards social class social stratification sociology of education stratification system structural-functionalism subordinate groups theoretical theorists Toronto traditional Ukrainian values