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The Cultural Identity and Education of University Students in Selected East-Central Countries

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Ogrodzka-Mazur Ewa et al., "The Cultural Identity and Education of University Students in Selected East-Central Countries", V&R unipress, 2021, DOI: https://doi.org/10.14220/9783737012546, License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode

In Polish and Czech pedagogy, there have not been many studies on the social, cultural and educational functioning of academic youth in a culturally diversified environment. The analysis of identity behaviours presented by university students from the Polish-Czech borderland and of their learning potentialities will provide a chance for mutual recognition, understanding and the enrichment of both cultures – along with providing a chance for cultural sensitization. Due to the applied culturalization attitudes, this will also enhance the participation in the culture of the neighbouring country and the shortening of cultural distance. Such studies are also associated with a reflection upon the way in which a contemporary human understands cultural dimensions, the role they play in human life and the scope in which they shape the individual’s own and their social/cultural identity.

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Education, Higher

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