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The Perception of Multiculturalism and the Impact on the Social Sphere of Pupils

TitleThe Perception of Multiculturalism and the Impact on the Social Sphere of Pupils
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsBeqiri T, Sylaj V
Secondary TitleItalian Journal of Sociology of Education
Date Published07/2021
PublisherPadova University Press
Place PublishedPadova, IT
ISSN Number2035-4983
Keywordsmulticulturalism, pupils, socialization, Teachers

This study is designed to explore the Multiculturalism as an indicator/ actor influencing the social sphere of students. The article focuses on identifying the impact of multiculturalism on the socialization of the parties involved in the research. The multiculturalism is treated as a feature of substantial importance during the process of socialization to the pupils and teachers, in the conditions of a society that change at fast paced and uninterrupted rates. The research will present the perception by the teachers and the pupils and a detailed exploration of the condition of this factor, and then its comparison based on the presence or absence of this factor. The sample of this study will be the teachers and primary school pupils in Nuremberg, Germany. The instrument used in this study is the standardized questionnaire for pupils, the standardized questionnaire for the teachers. Viewed in general, the research showed the present interlinking of the influence of multiculturalism in the pupils socialization. This impact is mainly positive, but comes with the follow up of negative phenomena, in the prevention of which should continue to work. Without overlooked these difficulties, the value of multiculturalism is undeniable.