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South Korean Textbooks Started to Include Multicultural Families

Categories: East Asia, South Korea, Arts & Culture, Education, Ethnicity & Race, Media & Journalism

Although South Korea is rapidly turning into a multi-ethnic society, changes in the public notion or institutional preparations still lag behind. The Grand Narrative blog posted [1] on how one Korean elementary textbook addresses multicultural families, along with links displaying how Koreans, who have been taught in school that they are “ethnically homogeneous”, respond to this new reality.