Dedication. Preface; Joseph Zajda. Acknowledgements. 1. Globalisation and its Impact on Education and Policy; Joseph Zajda. 2. Comparative Education in an Increasingly Globalised World; Lynn Davies. 3. Globalisation and its Malcontents: In Pursuit of the Promise of Education; Crain Soudien. 4. To Compare is Human: Comparison as a Research Methodology; David Wilson. 5. Globalisation and Marginalization in Higher Education; Adeela Arshad-Ayaz. 6. Globalisation of Education Policy: The World Bank's Policy Agenda and its Effects on Developing Countries; Letitia Williams. 7. Globalisation and the Challenges for Education in Greece; Petroula Siminou. 8. Globalisation and Organizational Trends of Chinese Higher Education: The Influence of Strategy and Structure at Ten Case Study Universities; James Jacob. 9. Globalisation, Intellectual Property and the Cultural Aspects of Collaboration: Comparisons between Mexico and the United States; Armando Alcantara, Margaret M. Clements. 10. The Global Importance of Local Language Contexts in Mathematics Teaching; Philip C Clarkson.11. Globalisation, States, Markets and Higher Education Reform: the Netherlands and England; Rosamunde F.J. Becker. Index.
Globalisation, Policy and Comparative Research, which is the fifth volume in the 12-volume book series Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research, presents scholarly research on major discourses in comparative education research. It provides an easily accessible, practical yet scholarly source of information about the international concern in the field of globalisation, and comparative education. Above all, the book offers the latest findings to the critical issues concerning major discourses in comparative education in the global culture. It is a sourcebook of ideas for researchers, practitioners and policy makers in education, globalisation and equity and access in schooling around the world. It offers a timely overview of current issues affecting comparative education and education policy research in the global culture. It provides directions in education, and policy research, relevant to transformational educational reforms in the twenty-first century. The book critically examines the overall interplay between comparative e- cation discourses, globalisation, dominant ideologies and education. It draws upon recent studies in the areas of globalisation, equity, social justice and the role of the State (Zajda et al. , 2006; Zajda et al. , 2008a). It explores conceptual fra- works and methodological approaches applicable in the research covering the State, globalisation, equity and education. It demonstrates the neo-liberal id- logical imperatives of education and policy reforms, and illustrates the way the relationship between the State and education policy affects current models and trends in education reforms and schooling globally.
An easily accessible, practical yet scholarly source of information
Offers the latest findings on critical issues in comparative education
Sourcebook of ideas for researchers, practitioners and policymakers
Gives a timely overview and provides future directions