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ERIC Number: EJ677442
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2003
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ISSN: ISSN-0305-0068
Agendas of Attention: A Response to Ninnes and Burnett.
Cowen, Robert
Comparative Education, v39 n3 p299-302 Aug 2003
Over time, the field of comparative education has seen sharp discontinuities in method and topic. One approach to understanding these discontinuities is to examine their roots in a "double-reading" of the world: the combination of academe's internal display of a disciplinary form and the external reading of a specific global time-space social world. Thus far, the ongoing poststructuralist shift in comparative education lacks the latter. (SV)
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Language: English
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