ERIC Number: ED351219
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
Group Portrait: Internationalizing the Disciplines.
Groennings, Sven, Ed.; Wiley, David S., Ed.
This book presents a collection of essays in seven academic disciplines on the topic of international perspectives in those academic fields. The disciplines represented are geography, history, political science, sociology, psychology, journalism and mass communication, and philosophy. The book includes the following essays: "Higher Education, International Education, and the Academic Disciplines" (Sven Groennings); "Geography and International Knowledge" (Association of American Geographers); "Culture and Nationality" (Marvin W. Mikesell); "Technology as a Central Theme for World History" (L. S. Stavrianos); "Commonly Articulated Goals for World History Courses" (Kevin Reilly); "Politics: American and Non-American" (Suzanne Berger); "Cutting Across the Institutional Grain: the Study of Political Parties" (Leon D. Epstein); "How Can We Get There from Here? Thoughts on the Integration of American and Comparative Politics" (Susanne Hoeber Rudolph; Lloyd I. Rudolph); "The Bifurcation of American and Non-American Perspectives in Foreign Policy" (Ole R. Holsti); "Teaching International Relations to American Students" (George H. Quester); "Teaching How to Ask Questions about International Relations" (Robert O. Keohane); "Sociology's Great Leap Forward: The Challenge of Internationalization" (Edward A. Tiryakian); "Sociology for Undergraduates: Social Systems as World Systems, World Systems as Historical Systems" (Immanuel Wallerstein); "The Deparochialization of American Sociology" (J. Michael Armer); "Cross-Cultural Psychology" (Harry C. Triandis; Richard W. Brislin); "Psychology in Its World Context" (Roger W. Russell); "American Psychologists and Psychology Abroad" (Virginia Staudt Sexton; Henryk Misiak); "Annotated Bibliography of Materials to Add an International Dimension to Undergraduate Courses in Developmental and Social Psychology" (Judith Torney-Purta); "Integrating International Perspectives into the Research Methods Course" (L. John Martin); "Covering the World from Villages" (Richard Critchfield); "Learning from African Models" (Sharon M. Murphy; James F. Scotton); "The Case of the Athenian Stranger: Philosophy and World Citizenship" (Peter Caws); "Reflections on the Mutual Benefits of Philosophical and Global Education" (Anita Silvers); "Overcoming Ethnocentrism in the Philosophy Classroom" (Ofelia Schutte); "Socrates, Meet the Buddha" (David A. Hoekema); and "A Bibliography: International Perspectives in the Undergraduate Curriculum." (DB)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Educational Objectives, Geography, Global Approach, Higher Education, History, Intellectual Disciplines, Interdisciplinary Approach, International Education, International Studies, Journalism, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Undergraduate Study
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Forum, New York, NY.