ERIC Number: EJ706059
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Aug-1
Reference Count: 67
Globalization and Citizenship Education in Hong Kong and Taiwan
Comparative Education Review, v48 n3 p253 Aug 2004
In recent decades, educational and curricular reforms worldwide have been designed with the goal of preparing citizens for the challenges of globalization. Globalization has been thought to require the broadening of children's occupational perspectives beyond conventional geopolitical borders and cultures. And this requirement has led to doubts about the importance of borders and nation-states and to calls for a multileveled citizenship polity. This article discusses citizenship education in detail. Sections include: (1) Globalization, Nation-State, and Citizenship Education; (2) Broadening the Global Component of Citizenship Education; (3) From Delocalization to Localization in Citizenship Education; (4) Localism in the Hong Kong Curriculum in the 1990s; (5) "Nativist" Education in Taiwan in the 1990s; (6) Redefining the National Dimension of Citizenship Education; (6) Chinese Identity Tendencies in Taiwanese Education; and (7) The Tension of Global and Local Identity in a Multileveled Community.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Citizenship Education, Global Approach, Politics of Education, Cultural Awareness, Identification (Psychology), Local Government, Local History, Language of Instruction, Nationalism, Ethnicity
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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Identifiers - Location: China; Hong Kong; Taiwan