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Gil-Glazer, Ya'ara – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This article presents an educational approach that merges ideas of critical pedagogy with those of visual culture. According to this approach -- termed "visual critical pedagogy" -- art is an integral part of the textures of society and culture and their manifold and complex visual expressions, including the more controversial and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship
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Pais, Alexandre; Costa, Marta – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
In the last two decades, global citizenship education (GCE) has become a catchphrase used by international and national educational agencies, as well as researchers, to delineate the increasing internationalisation of education, framed as an answer to the growing globalisation and the high values of citizenship. These developments, however, have…
Descriptors: Criticism, Global Approach, Citizenship Education, International Education
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Bright, David – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This article argues that representations of teacher and student identity obscure the complexity of individuals as becomings. Evidence from interviews and observations with Western teachers in international schools in Vietnam suggests that these representations posit the existence of stable teacher and student identities and derive the difference…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Characteristics, International Schools
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Wang, Fei – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
The social justice leadership research recognizes the pivotal role that educational leaders play in mobilizing the discourse and achieving social justice in schools. However, current social justice leadership studies may be seen as limited in that the variety of important themes and issues identified in the discussions of social justice within…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Instructional Leadership, Organizational Culture, Asians
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Pirrie, Anne; Rafanell, Irene – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This article explores the conception of authority relations in the classroom that are implicit in some examples of related policy documentation in Scotland and England. We argue that the importance of the constitutive role of the micro-dynamics of face-to-face interaction in classroom settings is neglected in documentation of this type. We explore…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Interaction, Student Behavior
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Luckett, Kathy; Shay, Suellen – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
While acknowledging higher education's complicity in inequality, the premise of this paper is that curriculum transformation can be one means of challenging and dismantling structural injustices towards the goal of equity of access and outcomes. Fraser's multi-dimensional framework for social justice is drawn upon to explore what this…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Equal Education
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Burston, Mary A. – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
Universities represent institutions of learning, research and knowledge but are also "not-for-profit" charitable organisations delegated the charitable purpose of advancing education and public benefit. Charity law differentiates the obligations, values and philosophies of "not-for-profit" and for profit organisations. Policy…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Public Colleges, Nonprofit Organizations
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Meyer, Thomas George – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
While global human rights knowledge has become a central facet of curricula used to shape multicultural societies and develop cosmopolitan citizenry, such knowledge is shaped by sociopolitical context. Japan has a long history of incorporating human rights concepts into its citizenship curriculum; however, this curriculum is produced in a…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Knowledge Level, Secondary School Students, National Curriculum
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Raaper, Rille – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This article centres on the recent Higher Education and Research Act 2017 in England and the consultation documents leading to the legislation. I will start by arguing that the reform promotes consumerist understanding of students. Guided by Fairclough's critical discourse analysis, I will further explore the ways in which five students' unions…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Legislation, Higher Education, Educational Change
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Hayes, Aneta; Findlow, Sally – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This paper contributes to discussions about the nature and scope of higher education (HE) business in light of some of the emerging ways in which countries seem to be reframing the impact of globalism. In particular, it develops a discussion about spatialities and temporalities of HE policy by drawing on the Kingdom of Bahrain's distinctive…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Educational Policy, Competition
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Berkovich, Izhak; Benoliel, Pascale – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to explore the societal orientations (individualist vs. collectivist) of educational aims, in constructions of teacher professionalism framed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) insight and lesson reports. The critical discourse…
Descriptors: Educational Objectives, International Organizations, Teacher Surveys, Administrator Surveys
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O'Connor, Pat; López, Estrella Montez; O' Hagan, Clare; Wolffram, Andrea; Aye, Manuela; Chizzola, Valentina; Mich, Ornella; Apostolov, Georgi; Topuzova, Irina; Saglamer, Gulsun; Tan, Mine G.; Çaglayan, Hulya – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
Excellence has become a 'hoorah' word which is widely used in higher education institutions to legitimate practices related to the recruitment/progression of staff. It can be seen as reflecting an institutionalised belief that such evaluative processes are unaffected by the social characteristics of those who work in them or their relationships…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Politics of Education, Foreign Countries, Gender Differences
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Harris, Jessica C.; Nicolazzo, Z. – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
Postsecondary institutions remain bastions of oppression, threat and harm for faculty who hold minoritized identities. While some scholars have explored the ways in which monoracial faculty of color and LGBT faculty members navigate an academy that is steeped in racism, genderism, sexism and other systems of oppression, there remains a paucity of…
Descriptors: Multiracial Persons, LGBTQ People, College Faculty, Gender Discrimination
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Kitching, Karl – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This paper critiques the idea that secular education policy can neutrally recognise children's non/religious identities at school. It also empirically analyses how one child becomes restricted by, and eludes, classed, gendered and adult-centred moral codes enacted through local school recognition. The concept of "policy assemblage" is…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Neoliberalism, Role of Religion, Foreign Countries
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Lampert, Jo; Burnett, Bruce; Comber, Barbara; Ferguson, Angela; Barnes, Naomi – Critical Studies in Education, 2020
This article explores how early-career teachers working in high-poverty schools in Australia account for their decision-making during critical classroom incidents. Classroom management solutions are problematized by investigating how two teachers take up particular positions, make decisions, and enact what they believe to be 'quality teaching' in…
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Poverty, Disadvantaged Schools, Decision Making
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