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Pinson, Halleli – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Over the past decades, neo-Zionist discourse has gain prominence in Israel. This approach, which gives preference to the definition of Israel as a Jewish state over its definition as a democracy, is a specific version authoritarian populism. This paper explores how educational discourses, policies and curricular changes are being shaped by…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Political Attitudes, Nationalism, Jews
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Marom, Lilach – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This study explores the experiences of Punjabi international undergraduate students (PIS) at a Canadian university (KPU). Many PIS choose to study at KPU because of its proximity to one of the largest Punjabi communities in the Indian diaspora. By drawing on the concept of 'intraethnic othering', the article demonstrates that while the proximity…
Descriptors: Ethnic Groups, Indians, Intergroup Relations, Student Adjustment
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Hidalgo-Tenorio, Encarnación; Benítez-Castro, Miguel-Ángel – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Recursively in history, emotions such as social anger, moral satiety, distrust of the elite and the Establishment, among others, have all contributed to politicians' encouragement and exploitation of a rather emotionally charged discourse (Block, E., and R. Negrine. 2017. "The Populist Communication Style: Toward a Critical Framework."…
Descriptors: Presidents, Persuasive Discourse, Affective Behavior, Rhetoric
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Watson, Steven; Barnes, Naomi – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
In this paper, we consider educational populism on social media in England and Australia. In both contexts, academics are positioned as a key constituent of an unjust elite with previously voiceless teachers (UK) and students (Australia) framed as the 'just people'. While populism often speaks to nations and nationalism, as 'the people' against an…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Cross Cultural Studies, Nationalism, Advantaged
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Wright, Ewan; Ma, Ying; Auld, Euan – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This research applies the analytical lens of 'cosmopolitan nationalism' to examine how 'non-traditional' international high schools interweave cosmopolitan and nationalistic tendencies in Shenzhen, China. In-depth interviews with parents (n = 16) and students (n = 60) explored the motivations for choosing international schooling, experiences of…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Global Approach, International Schools, High School Students
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Dogan, Sevgi; Selenica, Ervjola – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This article examines the relationship between academic freedom and authoritarianism in Turkey. While not a new problem in the Turkish context, academic freedom has come particularly under attack following the attempted military coup on 15 July 2016, as well as with the Turkish intervention in the Syrian conflict. This paper is focused on scholars…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Academic Freedom, Neoliberalism, Foreign Countries
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Rizvi, Fazal – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
In recent years, many populist leaders and parties have succeeded in taking over the levers of state power, in spite of the fact that much of their political rhetoric in opposition expresses anti-state sentiments. This paper examines how populist leaders and parties in Asia have been able to use the institutions of the state, including education,…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Political Power, Government School Relationship, Cross Cultural Studies
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Carrigan, Mark – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Social media has figured prominently in two literatures in recent years: the rise of authoritarian populism and the desirability of publicly engaged scholarship. This paper connects these two usually isolated areas of study through comparison of the role social media plays in each, identifying a tendency to avoid the complexity of this influence…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Social Media, Authoritarianism, Role
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Dillabough, Jo-Anne – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Higher Education (HE) constitutes a space that calls urgently for new understandings in the contemporary political moment. One way of establishing such an understanding of HE is to consider more fully the work of political theorists in relation to questions of power in the modern nation-state, particularly as these impinge upon the key problem of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Political Attitudes, Power Structure, Conflict
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Robertson, Susan L.; Nestore, Matias – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This paper explores how, in what ways, and with what outcomes, deep structural transformations have reconstituted higher education in England, and are deeply implicated in the rise of authoritarian populism. We focus particularly on the ways in which our understandings and lived experiences of class, social mobility, meritocracy, social…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Political Attitudes, Social Differences, Authoritarianism
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de Azevedo, Mario Luiz Neves; Robertson, Susan Lee – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
In this paper, we examine the rise of authoritarian populism in Brazil following the election in 2018 of Jair Messias Bolsonaro to the Presidency and reflect on the consequences of his far-right-wing politics for education. Our focus is broadly on three historical blocs (with five different presidents of the Republic) which make up the policy…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Presidents, Political Attitudes, Politics of Education
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Marginson, Simon; Yang, Lili – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
The paper compares Anglo-American and Chinese approaches to the outcomes of higher education, primarily but not solely collective outcomes, by examining the Western domain of 'public good' and 'public goods' and parallel or near parallel activities in China. It reviews scholarly discourses of society, state and higher education in the respective…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Educational Practices
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Cantwell, Brendan – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Relations between China and the United States will invariably influence the future of the human and natural world. New theory [Marginson, Simon, and Lili Yang. 2021. "Individual and Collective Outcomes of Higher Education; A Comparison of Anglo-American and Chinese Approaches." "Globalisation, Societies and Education."] opened…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Higher Education, Educational Practices
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Hayhoe, Ruth – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This paper was invited as a commentary on the keynote paper for this special issue by Simon Marginson and Lili Yang. The paper begins by noting the importance of a fully balanced approach to comparison in higher education, that gives equal value and weight to Sinic and Anglo-American views by adopting a transpositional approach and also…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Educational Practices, Cross Cultural Studies
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Xu, Xin – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
This paper reflects on the transpositional comparison in Marginson and Yang's article in this special issue, with a focused discussion on epistemic diversity and cross-cultural comparative research. It argues that in global research, epistemic diversity largely co-exists with epistemic inequity and injustice, despite long-standing normative…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Diversity, Cross Cultural Studies, Research
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