Migrant society, Intercultural Identity and Education


  • Nicolina Pastena


Italy, as well as other European Countries, is now destination of many migration
flows. This situation creates several political, economic, social and
cultural problems. A new concept of society is growing up, not tied to local
culture circumscribed stereotypes, but open to multiple ways explanatory;
an interacting society that takes on a new dimension, which we might call
“migrant society”.
The idea of a migrant society and the complex dynamics of cultural interactions,
requires a new way of thinking about the educational processes, a
new teaching strategy that can synergistically intersect with various and different
cultural approaches.



How to Cite

Pastena, N. (2017). Migrant society, Intercultural Identity and Education. Formazione & Insegnamento, 14(2 Suppl.), 277–282. Retrieved from https://ojs.pensamultimedia.it/index.php/siref/article/view/2001

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