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Diversity Research Laboratory

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The course aims to develop an understanding of a wide range of issues regarding diversity and otherness in society, including differences related to age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, and physical and mental characteristics, as well as other social components that affect the construction of individuality. The goal of the course is to discuss and develop methods of social interaction within the context of diversity, which is something characteristic of almost any modern society.The course is aimed at experts specializing in inclusive practices in the field of education and culture, and at students and young researchers interested in this topic. For two months, course participants will study concepts for understanding inclusion and social diversity in dialogue with leading researchers and practitioners and through problem-oriented group discussions, while learning about practical developments in the field of inclusive programs.

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Introduction to the problematic. The history of the evolution of the concept of diversity

 

Universality as the main production principle in a society based on the concept of diversity

 

Interculturalism: politics, ideology, everyday life

 

The multinational state and the policies for diverse ethnocultural groups: discourses and practices

 

Introduction to gender studies

 

Age construction and ageism

 

Ableism and disability studies

 

Poverty and social exclusion

 

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