Accession Number : ADA310892
Title : Overseas Chinese Education in Indonesia. Minority Group Schooling in an Asian Context.
Corporate Author : DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH EDUCATION AND WELFARE WASHINGTON DC
Personal Author(s) : Clark, Marilyn W.
PDF Url : ADA310892
Report Date : 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 62
Abstract : A system of education designed for a religious, racial, or ethnic minority group distinct from the greater society in which it functions is neither a recent innovation nor is it a phenomenon encountered only in one part of the world. It has existed in basically two forms: (1) that which is provided for by the dominant group, often to enforce separateness, as has been exemplified by racially segregated schools in some countries; and (2) that which is provided for by the minority group itself for the purpose of maintaining political and cultural cohesion and separateness within its own community. It is this second form which the overseas Chinese have established throughout Southeast Asia.
Descriptors : *EDUCATION, *MINORITIES, *ETHNIC GROUPS, *INDONESIA, *SEGREGATION(SOCIOLOGY), POLITICAL SCIENCE, HISTORY, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, CULTURE, RELIGION, SOUTHEAST ASIA, COHESION, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, OVERSEAS, RACE RELATIONS.
Subject Categories : Sociology and Law
Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE