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Hellenic Language and Culture Study in South Australian Schools: Parents' Perspectives

By Leo Papademetre and Stephen Routoulas

Abstract

In this study, thirty parents of Hellenic background, born and educated\ud in South Australia, share their current self-defined, bilingual and bicultural\ud aspirations for the educational future of their children. The study examines how shifts in multicultural\ud ideology affect the personal attitudes and perspectives of Australian born\ud and educated parents of Hellenic background in regard to the bilingual\ud and bicultural education of their children. The study is part of a continuous\ud research project conducted in Adelaide from 1990–97 and in which\ud a total of 90 participants were interviewed

Topics: Greek Research, Australia, Language, Greece, conference, Leo Papademetre, Stephen Routoulas
Publisher: Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.flinders.edu.au:2328/25581

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