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Critical approaches to comparative education

Frances Katherine Vavrus

Critical approaches to comparative education

vertical case studies from Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas

by Frances Katherine Vavrus

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Frances Vavrus and Lesley Bartlett
SeriesInternational & development education, International & development education
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB43 .C75 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 263 p. ;
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24533957M
ISBN 10023061597X
ISBN 109780230615977
LC Control Number2009034117
OCLC/WorldCa369141626

Three Approaches to Case Study Methods in Education: Yin, Merriam, and Stake. Bedrettin Yazan. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Case study methodology has long been a contestedterrain in social sciences research which is characterized by varying, sometimes opposing, approaches espoused by many research by:   Buy Critical Approaches to Comparative Education by Frances Vavrus, Lesley Bartlett from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:

  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. 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.

Cambridge Core - Political Theory - Comparative Politics - by Mark Irving LichbachAuthor: Mark Irving Lichbach, Alan S. Zuckerman. Critical thinking on Comparative education: Comparative education and the critical perspective taking that comparative inquiry, help the researcher to go into a deeper analysis of the relationship among society, development, education and the role that citizens either directly or indirectly play in the education process.


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Critical Approaches to Comparative Education Introduction Knowing, Comparatively. Appropriating Educational Policies and Programs. Exploring Participation in Inter/National Development Discourse. Examining the Political Economy of Diversity. Managing Conflict through Inter/National Development.

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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 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. This article, along with the introduction and evolution of research in comparative education, studies the epistemological approaches and researches methods.

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It also needs to be eclectic in the methodologies represented and. Comparative education research: approaches and methods Erwin H. Epsteina a Center for Comparative Education, Loyola University Chicago, USA Published online: 13 Mar To cite this article: Erwin H.

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