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Buchardt, Mette – European Education, 2018
Culture seems to function as a central explanation when refugees and other migrants are framed as a risk and a challenge in European and national politics across the member states, including educational politics. Based on the case of Denmark during the 1970s, the article unfolds how education historically has been an arena for the internal…
Descriptors: Refugees, Welfare Services, Immigrants, Politics of Education
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Tarim, Seyda Deniz – European Education, 2018
Children's spontaneous peer-group interactions were video-recorded and analyzed using techniques of ethnography and talk-in interaction. The examples illustrate how the children socialize novices to language practices and other culturally appropriate practices used in their peer-group communities. The children's translation work is a discursive…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Barriers, Peer Relationship, Video Technology
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Karsli-Calamak, Elif – European Education, 2018
This ethnographically informed field study, drawing on a blend of feminist theories and cultural learning pathways framework, reveals that Syrian mothers show strong presence and readiness to take active roles when opportunities present themselves in alternative spaces in the public schools of Turkey. As mothers produce counterstories in relation…
Descriptors: Mother Attitudes, School Role, Refugees, Family School Relationship
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Rodriguez, Sophia – European Education, 2018
This article theorizes migration as risk, drawing on Biesta's notion of risk. The author explores how productive risk connects with emancipation, seeing the risky migrant subjects in societies in new ways, rather than positioning them as marginalized threats. Finally, the author connects the theory of migration as risk to current qualitative data…
Descriptors: Risk, Immigrants, Immigration, Disadvantaged
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Larsen, Marianne A. – European Education, 2018
This article provides background on Kazamias' historical comparative education work. Transnational history as means to respond to Kazamias' call to "reinvent the historical" is introduced. The article demonstrates how the logics of transnational history differ markedly from the logics of comparison and transfer. The argument advanced is…
Descriptors: Historical Interpretation, Comparative Education, Educational History, Comparative Analysis
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Cowen, Robert – European Education, 2018
Emphasizing the important role of "history" within comparative education is the classic way, much celebrated in the writings of Andreas Kazamias, to treat this theme. This article uses a different perspective. The argument is that "comparative education" and "history" use two words as professional identifiers of a way…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Reflection, Educational History, Context Effect
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Vavrus, Frances – European Education, 2018
This article uses a comparative historical approach to examine the Teachers for East Africa (TEA) and the Teacher Education in East Africa (TEEA) programs, an influential educational development effort that involved U.S. and British college graduates in East African schools and colleges during the decade of 1961-1971. Drawing on postcolonial…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Development, College Graduates, International Educational Exchange
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New, William S.; Kyuchukov, Hristo; Samko, Milan – European Education, 2018
Using the critical work of Andreas Kazamias on the history and methods of comparative education as conceptual framework, we investigate the education (over a 200-year period) of the Slovak Roma. We position our story as paradigmatic of the dual processes of enlightenment and obscurantism with which we are familiar in thinking about the history of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Population Groups, Minority Groups
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Kazamias, Andreas – European Education, 2018
Since the 1960s, comparative education in the United States, Canada, and Europe has shown considerable growth and vitality, in terms of membership in professional organizations, participation in international conferences, research, and publications. Epistemologically and methodologically, new modernist and postmodernist paradigms have been…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Philosophy, Humanities
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Roussakis, Yiannis – European Education, 2018
This article attempts a reading of Andreas M. Kazamias's work and method as a persistent and firmly grounded attempt to "go against the tide" of an empirical/instrumentalist comparative education and toward a "modernist 'episteme.'" Kazamias has been explicitly critical of the social-scientific-cum-positivist comparative…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Humanism
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Silova, Iveta – European Education, 2018
Professor Kazamias has argued that comparative education has lost its "soul," by abandoning its historical and humanist episteme in the first half of the 20th century and turning to an ahistorical and nonhumanist social science today. This essay takes the readers on a journey across time and space in search of comparative education's…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Humanism, Mythology, Medieval History
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Klerides, Eleftherios – European Education, 2018
In 2004, a reform report entitled "Democratic and Humanistic/ Humane Paideia in the Euro-Cypriot Polity: Prospects for Reconstruction and Modernization" was published by the Ministry of Education and Culture in the Republic of Cyprus. Professor Andreas M. Kazamias is held to have been the driving force behind this initiative, shaping…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Correlation, Foreign Countries, Humanism
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Kuzhabekova, Aliya; Ruby, Alan – European Education, 2018
To raise university research productivity, the government of Kazakhstan introduced a requirement for university faculty members to publish in journals with a nonzero impact factor in order to qualify for promotion. A survey of faculty members at six universities was conducted to explore their response to the policy. The results suggest that a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Productivity, Higher Education, Faculty Publishing
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New, William; Kyuchukov, Hristo – European Education, 2018
The language of school is very often an obstacle to the successful education of indigenous, migrant, and minority children. One such group in Europe, the Romani, constitutes an ideal case of educational injustice meeting linguistic difference, racism, social marginalization, and poverty. Notwithstanding its virtues, rights-based advocacy for…
Descriptors: Minority Groups, Language of Instruction, Language Minorities, Comparative Analysis
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Kuzhabekova, Aliya; Soltanbekova, Arailym; Almukhambetova, Ainur – European Education, 2018
In this article we analyze a recent development in educational reform in Kazakhstan, which presents interest to researchers of policy transfer/borrowing. We argue not only that international policy transfer has become the main approach to educational reform, but also that the approach has been institutionalized by the establishment of a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Learning Experience, Foreign Policy, Educational Change
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