|Title:||Comparative Education: The Construction of a Field (Cerc Studies in Comparative Education)|
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|Publisher:||Hong Kong University Press (February 1, 2011)|
Maria Manzon’s book should become a mandatory course for every CE student. This book is required reading.
This book is a remarkable feat of scholarship â€ so remarkable in fact that I put it in the same league as the great classics of the field that had so much to do with setting the direction of Comparative Education. Indeed, this volume goes further than earlier classics to reveal, through textual analysis and interviews with key figures, how the epistemological foundations of the field and crucial professional developments combined to, as the title indicates, construct Comparative Education. Clearly too, this book marks the rise of a young star, Maria Manzon, who shows promise of joining the ranks of our fieldâ€™s most illustrious thinkers. Erwin H. Epstein Director, Center for Comparative Education Loyola University, Chicago, USA. Download.
CERC studies in comparative education ; 29. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-284) and index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Comparative education : the construction of a field, Maria Manzon.
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CERC Studies in Comparative Education. CERC Monograph Series. ADB & CERC: Education in Developing Asia. Other CERC Publications. Manzon's work is indispensable - a word I do not use lightly - for scholars who seek a genuine grasp of the field: how it was formed and by whom, its major theoreticians, its professional foundations, and so on. Clearly too, this book marks the rise of a young star, Maria Manzon, who shows promise of joining the ranks of our field's most illustrious thinkers.
Comparative education: the construction of a field - E. H. (2008). Setting the normative boundaries: Crucial epistemological benchmarks in comparative education. Comparative Education, 44, 373–386. Published in: Asia Pacific Journal of Education 2014Authors: Nikolay PopovAffiliation: Sofia UniversityDocuments. Comparative Education: The Social Construction of the Modern World SystemDocuments. Teaching Comparative Studies in EducationDocuments. Purposes of comparative education pdf . f comparative education pdf Provide basic knowledge for the learners about Comparative Education. 2 The Meaning of Comparative Education. Comparative Education: Professional Grapenuts?
CERC Studies in Comparative Education 17. Portraits of Influential Chinese Educators by. Ruth Hayhoe University of Toronto, Canada. In addition, I wish to thank Dr. Julia Pan, a joint member of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Toronto, for her passionate commitment to the project, and the great help she provided in liaising with many of the influential educators over the years. And a third is that pen-portraits, like most other forms, tend, in their construction, also to involve at least the glimmer of a self-portrait.
Comparative education is naturally concerned with cross-national analyses, and the field encourages its participants to be outward looking. At the same time, the field responds to globalisation. Cross-national forces of change are reflected in dominant paradigms, methodological approaches, and foci of study. The article then turns to the nature of the field of comparative education, noting dimensions of evolution over the decades and centuries.
Fax: (852) ; E-mail: cercub. Approaches and Methods. This book emanates from the world of British and Chinese comparative education scholarship, and is to some extent shaped by world views and experiences that come from this unique confluence.