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“discrimination and denial of ethnic, racial or religious.” The method of used in the content analysis is Entropy Shanon method based on quantitative content analysis. Unit of analysis is concepts (such as sentence, question, practice, and images) related to cited components in the elementary textbooks. The results showed that “Sense of solidarity” components have the most frequency and lowest frequency related to rejection of ethnic, racist and religious discriminations component. Key words: Content analysis, elementary school, global citizenship education, peace education, textbooks Address for Correspondence: Mrs. Meimanat Abedini Baltork, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran. E‑mail: [email protected] Original Article Access this article online Quick Response Code: Website: DOI: *** [Downloaded free from on Saturday, January 10, 2015, IP:] || Click here to download free Android application for this jou
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  • Madam Masila
  • Globalization, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, peace education

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