Features of this title include: Emphasizes a cultural perspective with readings that represent a divers vision of theory and methodology in comparative education Engages readers in the pragmatic debate between modernist and postmodernist perspectives and between structuralist and poststructuralist models Presents a qworld systems analysisq that explores the dependent relationships among nations in economics, politics, and education in the creation and exchange of knowledge Organized in five sections: Introduction, Faculty Work and the Production of Knowledge, Organizational Contexts, The State, and The Social Context of Higher Educationaquot;Theorizing gendera#39;, Sociology 19, 250-272. David, M. (1989). ... Paper presented at the conference on Women and Higher Education, Kinga#39;s College, Cambridge, 29 April. Johnson, J. ... Guildford: SHRE; Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Lie, S. (1990). a#39;The juggling act: work and family in Norwaya#39;, in Lie, S. and Oa#39; Leary, V. (eds.) ... J. (1990). a#39;Rape in the Quada#39;, The Observer, 25 November, 49- 50.
|Author||:||Kenneth Marc Kempner, Marcela Mollis, William G. Tierney|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Learning Solutions - 1998|