Multicultural Education - Kincheloe and Steinberg's Taxonomy of Multicultural Education

Kincheloe and Steinberg's Taxonomy of Multicultural Education

Kincheloe and Steinberg in Changing Multiculturalism (1997) described confusion in the use of the terms "multiculturalism" and "multicultural education". In an effort to clarify the conversation about the topic, they developed a taxonomy of the diverse ways the term was used. The authors warn their readers that they overtly advocate a critical multicultural position and that readers should take this into account as they consider their taxonomy.

Kincheloe and Steinberg's taxonomy of multiculturalism and multicultural education can be summarised as follows:

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