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The same author states that the hybrid cultures are a new type of identity produced in “late modernity”, people belonging to these cultures waive”the ambition of rediscovering any kind of cultural purity” lost “or ethnic absolutism [ Revue Internationale des Sciences Sociales When dealing with cultural diversity is difficult to turn a blind eye to mocanbique based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, language, cultures.

The question of difference recognition becomes the main focus of Multicultural Curriculum based on principles of multicultural education. The idea of graduation becomes strongly adopted in curriculum and teaching becomes dependent of phases, courses, mental ages, normal and abnormal, early and late, successful and failed, etc. Although multicultural education appears to solve several problems, as says Gadottip.

Teachers can not ignore the diversity and human and cultural wealth of their students. Today we reject the thesis of “clash of civilizations” and defend that cultural diversity 3 is an asset as important to humanity as biological diversity and the intercultural and respect for differences are the best ways to ensure peace and development.

Hybridization is used in this work to express the emergence of new cultures and new identities that are the result of blending of other cultures. Beyond multiculturalism and interculturalism, Mozambicans educators should also put in their agenda the issues of transcultural that has to do with the universal elements that are present in various cultures.

According to the same author the defense of a common curriculum, today begins not be “politically correct” in some environments, because it is wide the defense of the differences. Educators should not be contented to acknowledge diversity and value it discursively, it is also necessary to consider and create diversity in teaching practices.

De acordo com Gadottip. Although the concept of “hybridization” come loaded with colonial prejudices, is not so biased that we use such a term. Intercultural perspective consider the relationships between different cultures and the interaction between them produces conflicts between different visions of the world; – respect to the subject in relation to intercultural education “as a relationship develops between people of different cultures. In our thoughts and in contrast of theories of degeneration by hygienists who advocate pure forms and show the downside of mixed linguistic and cultural hybridization, I consider it as a cultural treasure that must be preserved.


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Novos Estudos Cebrap, Segundo Dusselp. The great victory of the new educational and cultural view is that it seems that the Mozambican society faces the question of cultural differences with fewer taboos and subterfuges.

Worldwide we are witnessing the immersion of cultural identity: Nesse processo, a unidade deve eclipsar e neutralizar toda tentativa particularista, localista e tribalista. Pode-se considerar o actual sistema de misto ou de semi-descentralizado. How to cite this article. Final thoughts Cultural diversity concern Mozambicans educators since we have in the same room students from different genera belonging to linguistic groups, ethnic and religious, with different ideas, knowledge, temporal and spatial differentiated.

The fact that a commom curriculum exists should not annul the particularities and singularities. The African Communist Era o habitual “estilo samoriano” de interpelar seus ouvintes e, a seguir, arremeter com a resposta: One of the the aspects considered most relevant in the new curriculum for Basic Education relates to the issue of cultural diversity.

The difference can turn into exclusion. The intercultural perspective seeks to promote the relationship between people of different cultures; – with regard to educational practice, a multicultural perspective uses different cultures as objects of study.

Esses grupos procuravam, supostamente, construir o chamado “Poder Popular”. Apart from having to assume the role of researcher-teacher of local content, the teacher must address all other concerns inherent in the teaching profession in Mozambique: Such studies are related to post-structuralism [Derrida and Foucault] which address the nature of social discourse; with the current post-modern [Lyotard], when addressing the overthrow of the narratives and contemporary subjects and also with the cultural studies [developed at the University of Birmingham], to focus its attention to issues of racism, gender and cultural identities.

Cultural expressions and manifestations are rich and plural, especially those linked to layers “popular. It can be biological or cultural.


Eis algumas das frases que ouvi em Do urbano ao rural. Cultural diversity and education in Mozambique. The advocates of pluralistic curriculum defend the existence of a common curriculum.

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African Affairs77 For example, the illiterate in rural areas have a more ancient African culture and are poorer than the urban literate that have the most universal cultural values. More than technological solutions or implementation of modal, it is necessary to review the legal instruments and restructuring of the institutional arrangement in the field of urban management.

The source of regional, ethnic, racial, can often be associated with the condition of social class, for example, in Mozambique is rare to find a white beggar or a Indian one. Studies on cultural diversity can be framed in the context of post-colonial and cultural studies.

A educação tradicional em Moçambique

According to Dusselp. By the me quoted above, “is inevitable and desirable that there is this cultural lowest common denominator”. In multicultural countries as Mozambique, reflecting upon ways to consider and respect diversity has polarized the discussion among educators. Thus, as in other metropolitan areas of Mozambique, the Urban Planning and Mobility sector in Maputo calls for a regional-metropolitan institutional arrangement to allow a better coordination in the urban mobility field.

O caso de Belo Horizonte. It is important to have a common curriculum that contains aspects universally accepted and common to many cultures. Multiculturalismo e interculturalismo nos processos educacionais[online]. This author argues that cultural identities are declining, “giving omcambique to new identities and fragmenting the modern individual, hitherto seen as a subject unified” Hall,p.

Urban mobility in Maputo metropolitan area: Nas zonas libertadas, essa palavra de ordem pretendia ser uma realidade. The theme of diversity is brought to evidence since students were grouped according to their performances, this fact bring traeicional the fore the issue of differences among students.

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