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|Statement||edited by Philip G. Altbach and Gail P. Kelly.|
|Contributions||Altbach, Philip G., Kelly, Gail Paradise.|
|LC Classifications||LA133 .N48 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|ISBN 10||0226015254, 0226015262|
|LC Control Number||85024523|
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A Russian Philosopher by name Serguis Hessen was the first man to apply philosophical approach to the study of Comparative Education when he published his book in which he tittled "Kritische Vergleichung des Schulwesens der Anderen Kuturstaaten".
In the book, he chose four main philosophical problems. The problems chosen by him are. Perspectives on research in comparative education are presented in 17 articles originally published in the "Comparative Education Review." The objective is to present an array of new viewpoints, orientations, and by: This revised and updated second edition of Comparative and International Education: An Introduction to Theory, Method and Practice provides a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the key themes, definitions and approaches in this important field.
It covers the history, theory, and methods of comparative and international education, as well as the relationship with education and national development, and outlines what we can learn from comparative by: A Russian Philosopher by name Segues Hessen was the first man to apply philosophical approach to the study of Comparative Education when he published his book in which he titled "Kritische Vergleichung des Schulwesens der Anderen Kuturstaaten".
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The examples and narratives used are drawn mainly from comparative education – the Author: Maria Manzon. Comparative Education: The Dialectic of the Global and the Local, Third Edition brings together many of the outstanding scholars in the field of comparative and international education to.
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comparative education In the HEC document, Curriculum of Education: (Hons) 4-year Degree Programme (Elementary & Secondary, Associate Degree in Education, Education), Comparative Education was included as a professional course.
The education system in a country cannot be isolated from the education systems of other Size: 1MB. As far as a more scientific approach is concerned, the titles of two important publications by Harold Noah and Max Eckstein, their co-authored book Toward a Science of Comparative Education and an edited collection of papers (‘illustrating the strategy and tactics of comparative education’).
The problems are (a) compulsory education (b) The school and the State (c) The school and the church and (d) The school and economic life. Hessen was perhaps the first education philosopher to apply philosophical approach. Also, the Comparative Education Society, introduced by Brickman, came into being at a conference in New York in THE HISTORICAL APPROACH TO COMPARATIVE EDUCATION by NICHOLAS HANS, London Comparative Education as an academic discipline is just on the border line between humanities and sciences and thus resembles philosophy which is the foundation of both.
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Kandel's monumental Comparative Educa-tion in that the foundations of a truly scientific study of comparative education were laid.
Kandel's study charted a new course, and his views on the proper conduct of comparative studies have, in the main, remained the basis of the theoretical frame-work of all subsequent research in the disci-pline. With his book Comparative Method in Education, Bereday demonstrated a systematic approach to collecting data belonging to different education systems, presenting them side-by-side within tables and diagrammatic presentations and, as a result, through inductive logic, defining the principles of education laws and societal by: 2.
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Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods it is something greater and deeper than physical and intellectual training, and a moral influence as well. Education is not a matter of schools and book-learning only, so in order to study foreign systems of education, our attention should not only be focused on the classrooms, teachers.
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Philosophy and the Study of Education New Perspectives on a Complex Relationship, 1st Edition. Edited by Tom Feldges. Combining contributions from international academics and practitioners, this new text develops students’ ability to philosophise as well as learn about philosophy and education.
A Russian Philosopher by name Serguis Hessen was the first man to apply philosophical approach to the study of Comparative Education. In the book, he chose four main philosophical problems.
The problems chosen by him are: (a) Compulsory education (b) The School and the State (c) The school and the Church (d) The School and Economic life.
Drawing upon recent theoretical developments and empirical discoveries, The New Comparative Syntax provides coherent and comprehensive introduction to generative research in this fast growing field. Professor Haegeman brings together ten chapters to illustrate the new approach to comparative grammar which has developed against the background of.
CHAPTER THREE The Purposes of Comparative Education If, as I have suggested, comparative education is in the process of breaking loose from an old stereotype and is still in search of a new identity, it is understandable that the question of establishing clear purposes and objectives has become a.
Issues of methodology have been at the centre of debate among Comparative Educationists for decades. The essays in this volume, written by scholars from Europe, Latin America, and the USA, reflect current interests in the changing metascientific discourse in the field of Comparative Education.
An exploration of European integration as seen through a gender lens. This book looks at integration theories, institutional relationships, enlargement, the development of gender law and the role of formal actors, scholars and expert networks in the EU policy-making process.
With a focus on gender mainstreaming as a new approach to gender policy. students of university courses titled ‘comparative education’ in the s and s. The work of these authors is more likely to have featured in courses titled ‘education in developing countries’, ‘education and development’ and ‘development studies’.
Much of the value of comparative education in the early twentieth century lay in. • New frameworks for planning: ‘new’ international commitments (such as Education for All, the Fast Track Initiative, poverty reduction strategies, Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s), etc.) and their influence on the approaches, instruments, and processes for the development of educational planning.
Expected learning outcomes:File Size: KB. Class Stratification presents a new approach to the sociological study of stratification by anchoring it in individual behaviour.
The authors argue that class position is a centrally important factor in determining the opportunities open to people and the constraints that they face in their everyday lives.
The essence of class stratification is thus the unequal location of people and families. The book represents a contribution to policy formulation and design in an increasingly knowledge economy in Zimbabwe.
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Today, various books contain information about international and comparative education. Below are the current books that are most heavily used by Penn State faculty and students. If you'd like additional recommendations, contact Education librarian Ellysa Cahoy ([email protected]) or a librarian at your : Ellysa Cahoy.International Approach.
This is an approach whereby all the variations existing from one area to another within the same country are taken into consideration while comparing the system of education of a foreign country with one's educational system.