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Mallea, J.R, & Young, J.C. (1984). Culture diversity and canadian education. Ottawa,
Canada: Carleton Library Series

Cultural Diversity and Canadian Education is written to provide a wide out look

of diversity in different situations. The book contains the relationships culture, education

language and how it relates to society. This book would be an asset to college students

studying diversity and history courses. It breaks down into six chapters and identify key

points of cultural diversity for each heading. The tables in the text are landscape

so you have to turn the book to view the tables properly. The book relates to my topic

because it gives many examples of how cultural diversity and programs link.

John Mallea is a Professor in Sociology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in

Education. His education as taking him into writing extensively on ethnicity and education.

Johanthan Young received his PH.D from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. He is

interested in ethnographic methods to research in minority group education. The problem

with this book is that it is very text involved making it hard at times to understand the

information. This book shows the importance of understanding diversity on many

different levels. By giving an overview of how education is joined with cultural diversity.

Nature Recreation and Cultural Diversity. (2006) Retrieved November 15, 2010, from
http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu

This website is about understanding diversity and the influences our

culture has on interactions with society. The website goes in depth by

providing general incite about diversity and cultures. It gives testimonies

of successful user of the site. This NRCD website give you access to tips,

understand yourself with other sub topics surrounding cultural meaning. Also

how important communication is on both sides giving and receiving. This

would be very useful for parents and high school/ post secondary students.

The problem with this site it is hard to find because it is under a

University. It becomes hard to find the link. It has a large reference

section that backs and provides more information on other related topics.

NRCD was created by Master’s degree student from University of Idaho to

connect recreation and diverse audiences.

Washington, S.J. (1996). Diversity education for professional practice. The Journal of
Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 67. Retrieved from
http://www.questia.com/googleScholar.qst?docId=5002268871
The article Diversity education for professional practice is very


well written. This article outlines reasons why it is important for


recreationist to be educated.


This article get’s to the point making it easy to understand for


factors and negligence when not aware. It useful tool for


recreationist because it gives direct understanding of the importance


of education in diversity. The article relate to culture diversity


and programs because it out line when the is no education there is


problems. This article sums that there are many benefits when your


educated or trained to understand diversity.

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Revised Text:

Mallea, J.R, & Young, J.C. (1984).
Cultural Diversity and Canadian Education.
Ottawa,Canada: Carleton Library Series

Cultural Diversity and Canadian Education is written to provide a wide outlook on diversity in different situations. The book covers the relationships between culture and education language and how they relate to society. This book would be an asset to college students studying diversity and history courses. It breaks down into six chapters and identifies key points of cultural diversity for each heading. The tables in the text are landscapes, so you have to turn the book to view the tables properly.

The book relates to my topic because it gives many examples of how cultural diversity and programs link.

John Mallea is a Professor in Sociology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. His education as taking him into writing extensively on ethnicity and education.

Johanthan Young received his PH.D from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. He is interested in ethnographic methods of research in minority group education. The problem with this book is that it is very text involved, making it hard at times to understand the information. This book shows the importance of understanding diversity on many different levels by giving an overview of how education is joined with cultural diversity.

Nature Recreation and Cultural Diversity. (2006) Retrieved November 15, 2010,
from http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu

This website is about understanding diversity and the influences our culture has on interactions with society. The website goes in depth providing general insights on diversity and cultures. It gives testimonies of successful users of the site. This NRCD website give you access to tips on understanding yourself and other sub-topics surrounding cultural meaning. It also covers how important communication is on both sides; giving and receiving. This would be very useful for parents and high school/post secondary students.

The problem with this site is that it is hard to find because it is a part of a University and it is hard to find the link. It has a large reference section that backs-up and provides more information on related topics. NRCD was created by a Master’s degree student from the University of Idaho to connect recreation and diverse audiences.

Washington, S.J. (1996). Diversity Education for Professional Practice.
The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 67
Retrieved from http://www.questia.com/googleScholar.qst?docId=5002268871

The article "Diversity Education for Professional Practice" is very well written. This article outlines reasons why it is important for recreationists to be educated. It gets to the point, making it easy to understand. It is a useful tool for recreationists because it gives a direct understanding of the importance of education in diversity. The article relates to cultural diversity and programs because it outlines the problems when there is no education. This article concludes that there are many benefits when you are educated or trained to understand diversity.

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