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Gearon, Liam – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2018
This article argues that Wells' science fiction and subsequent political engagements are a continuum expressed by an imperative: that human history is held 'between education and catastrophe'. The life and work of a politically unfashionable but still popular writer of science fiction are also a masterclass in establishing the critical importance…
Descriptors: Science Fiction, Educational Philosophy, Political Attitudes, Archives
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Pham, Ly Thi; Hayden, Martin – Journal of International and Comparative Education, 2019
Vietnam's low level of research productivity is especially pronounced in the humanities and social sciences. Though previous research has suggested various possible explanations, to date there has been no detailed investigation of the topic. This investigation explored the publishing experiences of a selected sample group of 20 high-achieving and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Teacher Researchers, Faculty Publishing
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Sabzalieva, Emma – Journal of Studies in International Education, 2020
The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 heralded not only the creation and opening of borders but also the rapid entry of new actors and ideas into this previously isolated part of the world. This is typified by dramatic increases in the number of international research collaborations involving an ever-growing array of actors. Yet instead of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, International Cooperation, Educational Research, Financial Support
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Méndez, David I.; Alcaraz, M. Ángeles – Information Research: An International Electronic Journal, 2016
Introduction: We report an investigation on collaboration practices in research papers published in the most prestigious English-medium astrophysics journals. Method: We propose an evaluation method based on three numerical indicators to study and compare, in absolute terms, three different types of collaboration (international, national and…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Researchers, Cooperation, Astronomy
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Lam, Steven; Dodd, Warren; Whynot, Jane; Skinner, Kelly – Research Evaluation, 2019
Gender equity is an increasingly discussed priority and cross-cutting theme within international development evaluation. However, it is unclear whether advances being made in evaluating the outcomes in this area are reflected in the scholarly literature. In this context, a fundamental question is: How is gender being addressed in international…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Sex Fairness, Evaluation Methods, International Programs
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Shchepetylnykova, Ielyzaveta; Alvis, Samantha – Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education, 2020
In the era of globalization, increasing interdependence between countries' economic, political, and social processes creates global challenges and opportunities. Extreme variations in the international distribution of wealth have elevated developed countries as important players in tackling the world's biggest issues, such as poverty, climate…
Descriptors: State Universities, International Education, Educational History, Institutional Mission
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Cielo, Cristina; Vásquez, Jorge Daniel; Bravo Reinoso, Pedro – International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 2018
This article focuses on the policies by which social sciences that analyse unequal international relations are both shaped and diminished in the provincial universities of two developing countries. We examine key moments in the development and limitation of critical social sciences in Tanzania and Ecuador. In both these places, important…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, International Relations, Universities, Developing Nations
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Murphy, Michael P. A. – Journal of Political Science Education, 2017
Building on prior research into active learning pedagogy in political science, I discuss the development of a new active learning strategy called the "thesis-building carousel," designed for use in political theory tutorials. This use of active learning pedagogy in a graduate student-led political theory tutorial represents the overlap…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Active Learning, Writing Strategies, Writing Skills
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Kollars, Nina; Rosen, Amanda M. – Journal of Political Science Education, 2017
In terms of gamification within political science, some fields-particularly international relations and American politics--have received more attention than others. One of the most underserved parts of the discipline is research methods; a course that, coincidentally, is frequently cited as one that instructors hate to teach and students hate to…
Descriptors: Political Science, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Politics
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Sears, Nathan Alexander – Journal of Political Science Education, 2018
Simulations are increasingly common pedagogical tools in political science and international relations courses. This article develops a classroom simulation that aims to facilitate students' theoretical understanding of the topic of war and peace in international relations, and accomplishes this by incorporating important theoretical concepts…
Descriptors: War, Peace, International Relations, Classroom Techniques
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Hosman, Laura; Jacobs, Ginger – Journal of Political Science Education, 2018
Educational approaches that enable students to actively and directly participate in "real-world" projects are increasingly recognized as valuable pedagogical tools and, as such, being incorporated into university curriculums worldwide. Though not traditionally associated with political science courses, project-based international service…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Student Projects, Interdisciplinary Approach, Cross Cultural Training
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Linantud, John; Kaftan, Joanna – Journal of Political Science Education, 2019
This article uses a multimethod research design to compare Statecraft to non-Statecraft assignments and courses along three dimensions: student engagement, political attitudes, and academic honesty. The results indicate that Statecraft increased student engagement and academic honesty. In terms of political attitudes, students generally remained…
Descriptors: Political Science, Teaching Methods, Comparative Analysis, International Relations
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Craig, John – Journal of Political Science Education, 2014
It is more than 10 years since Kehl (2002) identified the increasing number of scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) papers being produced by political scientists. As noted by Hamann et al. (2009) and Whitman and Richlin (2007), this trend has developed further with increasing levels of research and publishing activity in political science…
Descriptors: Political Science, Educational Research, Scholarship, Learning
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Allen, Michael A. – Journal of Political Science Education, 2016
International relations professors have sought to incorporate current events into their curriculum through various mechanisms. A traditional way to incorporate the news into the classroom is to have students either subscribe and read a particular newspaper or watch the nightly news and hold them responsible for that information. However, with the…
Descriptors: International Relations, Electronic Journals, Political Science, Use Studies
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Henshaw, Alexis Leanna; Meinke, Scott R. – Journal of Political Science Education, 2018
While data analysis and the related skills of data management and data visualization are important skills for undergraduates in the field of political science, the process of learning these skills can also be used to develop critical thinking, encourage active and collaborative learning, and to apply knowledge gained in the classroom. Drawing on…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Visualization, Active Learning
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