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Unterhalter, Elaine – Comparative Education, 2020
The article is an attempt to explore through the lens of my identification as a foreigner, a number of different themes around work in comparative education, particularly aspects of the question of method, and some reflections on the relationship with education and international development. The discussion begins with some reflection on internal…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Cultural Pluralism, Foreign Countries, Cultural Differences
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Silova, Iveta; Auld, Euan – Comparative Education, 2020
Acrobats, phantoms, and fools. Such experiences often stem from our attempts to 'fit' into the official cartography of Comparative Education, which reflects a particular reading of the formation of knowledge and knowing subjects in the field. Rather than viewing cartographies as universal, we reframe them as embodied and embedded. Combining…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Cultural Pluralism, Individual Characteristics, Educational Research
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Rappleye, Jeremy – Comparative Education, 2020
Relating my experience of becoming a 'foreign' comparativist, I offer a vision of comparative education that both extends and challenges the field. It continues the work of Bereday and Lauwerys who sought to make visible the 'contrasting colours of the world' in order to affect deep self-reflection and imagine alternatives. But it also challenges…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Differences, Educational Philosophy
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Powell, Justin J. W. – Comparative Education, 2020
Comparative education relies on experiences, expertise, data, and criticism derived from multiple contexts and diverse levels to generate insights, facilitate understanding, and explain change. Marked by connectivity, our contemporary era vastly increases the (potential) diffusion of ideas essential for scientific advance. Three interlocking…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Competition, Cooperation, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Manzon, Maria – Comparative Education, 2020
Action follows from being. One's way of doing and understanding comparative education follows from one's being. It springs from the soul. Using [Kim, T., and R. Brooks' (2013). "Internationalisation, Mobile Academics, and Knowledge Creation in Universities: A Comparative Analysis." SRHE Research Award (2011/12) Final Report] framework on…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Foreign Workers
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Takayama, Keita – Comparative Education, 2020
In this paper, I reflect upon my journey of learning to do comparative education research over the last decade and half. It involves transnational moves from Japan, Canada, US, Australia and back to Japan where I encountered numerous 'others'. I use my story of a series of relocations as an entry point for theorising what I mean by 'negative'…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational Research, Foreign Nationals, Philosophy
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Kim, Terri – Comparative Education, 2020
Many of the iconic figures in the history of comparative education were trans-national polyglot scholars. Several key thinkers and actors in the formative years of the institutionalisation of comparative education notably in London and New York were either émigré or migrant scholars (i.e. Kandel, Hans, Ulrich, Lauwerys, Bereday). There are many…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Foreign Nationals, Immigrants, Professional Identity
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Cowen, Robert – Comparative Education, 2020
This note is an invited "post-scriptum" where the 'script' is the articles in this volume. No effort will be made to summarise the articles. The intent is contemplative: to mull over how comparative education changes and, within that broad motif, to think about the role of 'our' foreigners. The mulling is self-indulgent, somewhat…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Foreign Nationals, History, Sociology
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Rappleye, Jeremy; Komatsu, Hikaru – Comparative Education, 2020
Educational scholars, particularly those working in comparative education, have largely failed to recognise, let alone discuss, the impending finite-ness of global resources. The field continues to operate on an assumption of infinite resources, an implicit cultural horizon in place since at least the Western Enlightenment. It has missed the…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Futures (of Society), Sustainability, Economic Development
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Verger, Antoni; Moschetti, Mauro C.; Fontdevila, Clara – Comparative Education, 2020
Despite Public-Private Partnerships' (PPPs) growing popularity within education policy circles, research on their effects yields contradictory results. The understanding of PPP effects is limited by the prevalence of generalist analyses that neglect to acknowledge the exceptional heterogeneity of the policy frameworks in which PPPs crystallize.…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Educational Policy, Public Sector, Private Sector
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Vickers, Edward – Comparative Education, 2020
Claims regarding Western neo-colonial domination over scholarship in Comparative and International Education (CIE) have recently commanded much attention -- for example in a 2017 special issue of the journal "Comparative Education Review" (CER) on the theme of 'contesting coloniality.' Stressing their marginal 'positionality,' the…
Descriptors: Postcolonialism, Cultural Influences, Western Civilization, Comparative Education
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Exley, Sonia – Comparative Education, 2020
The notion of selecting students based on academic achievement into different schools at certain points in their educational careers is one that has long been contested in education. In this paper I consider the role selective schooling may play in driving families' demand for private tutoring -- a phenomenon currently growing in many regions of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Selective Admission, Private Education, Tutoring
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Dimmock, Clive – Comparative Education, 2020
The field of educational leadership has yet to develop a coherent knowledge base that reflects the global diversity of policies and practices. This disconnect -- for example between Asian and Western research, presents a major challenge, curtailing authentic knowledge production and transfer. Accordingly, a major objective for the field is the…
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Instructional Leadership, Western Civilization, Asian Culture
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Pashby, Karen; da Costa, Marta; Stein, Sharon; Andreotti, Vanessa – Comparative Education, 2020
This paper reports on a reflexive exercise contributing a meta-mapping of typologies of GCE and supplementary analysis of that mapping. Applying a heuristic of three main discursive orientations reflected in much of the literature on GCE -- neoliberal, liberal, and critical -- and their interfaces, we created a social cartography of how nine…
Descriptors: Global Education, Citizenship Education, Classification, Journal Articles
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Lee, Jenny J.; Vance, Hillary; Stensaker, Bjørn; Ghosh, Sowmya – Comparative Education, 2020
This study examined how hierarchical positions within the global field of higher education influence the selection of strategic priorities by universities in different parts of the world. The study particularly focused on universities' commitment to third missions as reflected in their strategic plans and compared to their global rankings. The…
Descriptors: Reputation, Institutional Evaluation, Universities, Strategic Planning
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