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Shin, Ryan; Yang, Xuhao – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2021
In this article, we explore three Daoist concepts in East Asian historical and cultural contexts, addressing Daoism and its educational significance in connecting with new materialism theory. We argue that Daoism's nonaction, the interdependence of things and concepts, and nonlinguistic learning allow us to expand art education from the Cartesian…
Descriptors: Art Education, Educational Philosophy, Asian Culture, Asian History
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Neo, Xiaoyun; Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew – Environmental Education Research, 2022
As a case study on the presence (or absence) of environmental education in history textbooks, this paper examines how Singapore's nationally mandated secondary school history curriculum portrays the relationship between humans and the nonhuman environment. It analyzes all seven government-authored lower-secondary-level history textbooks, published…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Textbook Content, History Instruction, Secondary Education
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Shen, Huijia – Journal of Practical Studies in Education, 2021
The year 2021 is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. With the rapid development of red tourism in China, the importance of red publicity translation has become increasingly prominent. How to evaluate the readability of red publicity translation has gradually become a hot issue. Taking the English versions of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Readability, Translation, Tourism
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Won, Chealin; Huntington, Anne – Comparative Education, 2021
This study explores what it means to be Korean as seen in North and South Korean elementary school textbooks. Mass schooling transforms students into national citizens belonging to specific nation-states, an exercise particularly important for both the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea. To gain insight into how these…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Nationalism, Elementary Education, Textbooks
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Howe, Sondra Wieland – Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 2021
Commodore Perry and his "Black Ships" opened Japanese harbors for foreign shipping in 1853 and 1854. Music was important for this Japan Expedition that obtained a treaty between the United States and Japan. Bands and singers performed music for parades, impressive ceremonies, religious services, and entertainment for the sailors and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, World History, Western Civilization
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Myeong, Hwayeon; Lee, Ahlam – British Educational Research Journal, 2021
While young South Koreans' (SKs') views on North Korean (NK) refugees, North Korea and Korean reunification have become increasingly negative or callous, less is understood about viable interventions to address their aggravating attitudes. Through the lens of Allport's intergroup contact theory, the current study explored how SK college students'…
Descriptors: Intergroup Relations, Friendship, Refugees, Educational Practices
Eiamsa-ard, Yongyuth; Srisombat, Rujee; Wisuttipat, Manop; Ruangsan, Niraj – Online Submission, 2021
ASEAN music education is important for learning the history, culture, beliefs, and identities of each member country; this research aims at studying the revival and development of Lao classical songs: 'Oh Lao' and 'Platong', no longer played. From the research results, the symposium of music teachers and experts including national artists was…
Descriptors: Folk Culture, Music Education, Cultural Maintenance, Foreign Countries
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Seo, Gijae – Children's Literature in Education, 2021
The Japanese people's understanding of the Fifteen Years War (1931-1945) is still problematic. The problem of the war was commonly solved by transferring responsibility for the war to an obscure subject called the State, and by offering financial compensation to those who were directly affected. However, there has been no in-depth discussion of…
Descriptors: Attitudes, War, Asian History, Foreign Countries
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McNamara, Tim – Applied Linguistics, 2020
This article discusses the familiar notion of the shibboleth in situations of exclusion, focusing on the non-use, rather than the use, of language, for which I propose the term the anti-shibboleth. The article begins with an introduction to the concept of the shibboleth, giving examples from situations of violent conflict and suppression such as…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Foreign Countries, Language Usage, Violence
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Xu, Shuqin – Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 2021
Guided with an integrated theoretical framework of textbook and ideology, this study compares two versions of Chinese history textbooks published by one publisher in two different publication systems which were enacted immediately before and soon after President Xi Jinping's 2012 ascendancy. Critical discourse analysis shows that, despite seeking…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Textbooks, Textbook Content, Ideology
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Davies, Hugh – American Journal of Play, 2020
The popularity of "Pokémon GO" has been credited to its branding by the Japanese multinational consumer electronics and video game company Nintendo, the technological innovations of the game's developer Niantic, and the historical traditions of European avant-garde locative play. The author, instead, offers a different explanation that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Play, Computer Games, Asian Culture
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Tanjung, Mahardika Abdi Prawira; Sitompul, Opim Salim – Education and Information Technologies, 2020
The history of the Indonesian state began to be forgotten by its young generation. Today's young generation or so-called "millennial" rarely studies history pursued by previous state fighters. One of the histories of the Indonesian state is the story of Prince Kian Santang. The lesson that taken from the story of Prince Kian Santang is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Asian History, History Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Yu, Shujuan; Sun, Yi – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2020
The thought on nature education plays an important role in both Eastern and Western history of educational thoughts. However, the rich thought on nature education in Pre-Qin Taoism in China was little-known in Western academia. Chuang Tzu was the co-founder and one of the main representative figures of Pre-Qin Taoism philosophy and nature…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Natural Resources, Asian Culture, Asian History
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Moscoso, Mildred O.; de Jesus, Ana Katrina P.; Abagat, Renz Frances D.; Centeno, Edmund G.; Custodio, Rhodora Ramonette D. V.; Embate, John Mervin L.; Pine, Elijah Jesse Mendoza; Belano, Zoilo D., Jr.; Crudo, Eugene Raymond P.; Lopega, Diosdado B.; Mangubat, Lexter J. – Asian Association of Open Universities Journal, 2020
Purpose: Katipuneros RPG--Bisperas ng Himagsikan (Katipuneros RPG: The Eve of the Revolution) is an immersive and gamified theater that engages its "audiences" in the initiation rites of a secret revolutionary movement in the Philippines in 1896. This descriptive qualitative research evaluates such experiential approach to learning…
Descriptors: Asian History, Foreign Countries, Game Based Learning, Experiential Learning
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Cairns, Rebecca – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2021
Across the world, history curriculum is often criticized for being ethnocentric or for privileging a nation's preferred historical narratives through which it imagines itself and the world. It is also a site through which ethnocentric narratives can be resisted. Within these debates there tends to be little consideration of the influences on the…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Secondary School Curriculum, Western Civilization, Asian History
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