Bibliography: Globalization (page 212 of 215)

This annotated bibliography is compiled and customized for the website.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Mohamed Hrimech, Eun Ah Lee, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Peter L. McLaren, Kyung Hee Kim, Stanley T. Mpofu, Edmonton. Alberta Univ, Michael Collins, Hae-Ae Seo, and Peter Mayo.

Danis, Claudia, Ed.; Hrimech, Mohamed, Ed. (1995). Adult Education: The Past, the Present, and the Future. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (14th, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 1-3, 1995) = L'Education des Adultes: Un Passe, Un Present, un Avenir. Les Actes du Congress Annuel, l'Association Canadienne pour l'Etude de l'Education des Adultes (14e, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1-3 Juin, 1995). The following papers (with nine in French) are included: "Refocusing the Multicultural Discourse in Adult Education" (Acton); "University Extension and the Service University" (Archer); "Linking Cases to Course Content" (Block); "The Effects of Education on Food Security among Low Income Urban Adults" (Blunt); "Adult Education Research Trends in Canadian Universities" (Bouchard); "Born of Different Visions" (Briton, Spencer); "Virginia Griffin's Path and Contribution toward the Holistic Orientation" (Campbell); "Learning a Living" (Church, Creal); "Art and Storytelling" (Crawford); "Economic Globalization" (Cruikshank); "Constructing a Need" (Davidson); "The Marginalization of Adult Education" (Deshpande); "Surfacing Tensions in Graduate Adult Education" (Dewar); "New Directions for Adult Education Programs in Community Colleges" (Feng, Hian); "Domination and Resistance in Workers' Political Learning" (Foley); "The Life History Method" (Gerding); "Looking Back, Looking Forward" (Grace); "New Realities" (Hian, Feng); "The Past, Present and Future of Adult Education in the Kitikmeot Region, Northwest Territories" (Isnor, McLean); "The Future Manager as Leader and Coach" (Leclair); "Recruitment, Retention, and Support Protocols for Women's Literacy Programs" (MacKenzie); "Antonio Gramsci and Adult Education" (Mayo); "Educative Consequences of a Paradigm Shift" (Morin); "Continuing Educators as Learners" (Percival); "'Training for What?' An Educational Response to the Adult Unemployed in a Post-Industrial Society" (Pittas); "Restorying Living" (Randall); "Adult Education and Deinstitutionalization of Psychiatric Patients" (Roy); "Peripheral Visions" (Sanderson); "In the Beginning" (Selman); "Analysis of a Relapse Prevention Programme Designed to Help Penitentiary Inmates" (Shewman); "Codes of Ethics in Adult Education" (Sork); "What Makes a Successful Workplace Education Program?" (Taylor); "Meaningful Learning in Organizations" (Walker); "'Fraught with Wonderful Possibilities'" (Welton); "Distance Education Techniques in Community Development" (Baggaley, Coldevin, Gruber); "Why Do Community Workers Do What They Do?" (Cawley, Guerard, Campo); "Adult Education in an Emerging Postmodern Condition" (Deneff, Schmitt-Boshnick, Scott); "Languages of Inclusion & Creativity" (Hall et al.); and "CASAE [Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education] Peace Portfolio" (Rosenberg et al.).   [More]  Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Education, Art Education, Biographies

Gettas, Gregory J. (1990). The Globalization of "Sesame Street": A Producer's Perspective, Educational Technology, Research and Development. Describes the use of the Children's Television Workshop (CTW) research and development model in adapting the "Sesame Street" educational television series for use in foreign countries. Licensing standards and policies are explained, several case studies of foreign adaptations are included, and differences in curriculum goals are discussed. (nine references) Descriptors: Case Studies, Childrens Television, Curriculum Development, Educational Principles

Gettas, Gregory J. (1992). The Globalization of "Sesame Street": A Producer's Perspective, Educational Media International. Describes the spread of "Sesame Street" to other countries and includes several case studies of foreign adaptations. Use of the production process model developed by the Children's Television Workshop is discussed; licensing policies are explained; international coproduction projects are described; and differing curriculum goals are examined. (nine references) Descriptors: Case Studies, Childrens Television, Cooperation, Cooperative Programs

Mpofu, Stanley T. (1996). The Women's Movement, Adult Education and Globalization: Women's Agencies in Zimbabwe, Convergence. Notes that in Zimbabwe, women's agencies pursue practical, strategic, and interagency gender interests consistent with adult education practice. However, they also manifest the globalizing tendencies of pluralism, cultural homogenization, and the coalescence of transnational and domestic processes and structures. Descriptors: Adult Education, Feminism, Foreign Countries, Womens Education

Alberta Univ., Edmonton. (1997). Educating in Global Times: Race, Class, Gender (and Other Processes of Normalization). Graduate Student Research Conference Proceedings (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, March 14-15, 1997.). The 33 papers presented at this conference are, as follows: "Child Participation in an Everyday Adult Practice" (Andrew Brent Andressen); "Education for Sustainable Development in Southern Philippines" (Caridad Bernardino); "Distance Education and Instructional Technologies: Cultural Transmission or Cultural Erosion" (Judith Blanchette); "Domestic Slavery into the Twenty First Century: Filipino Domestic Workers in Canada" (Susan Brigham); "Teachings from the Oral Tradition and the Digital Pedagogy of Bricolage: 'Off the Page, on the Page, and into the Screen'" (Duane Burton); "Unmasking the Obscured Familiar" (Donna M. Chovanec); "Cultural Change: Courtship Crisis" (Jendju Collins); "Supermodels in the Rainforest (A Teacher out of His Tree)" (Jean-Claude Couture); "Collective Kitchens: Making Poverty, Gender, Participation and Cooperation Unproblematic" (Nora Fernandez); "Identities In/Formation: Surfacing the Subjugated Knowledges of Queer Youth" (Gloria E. A. Filax); "A Sense of Place: Legitimizing Social Categories through Environmental Discourse" (Lorelei Hanson); "The Post Secondary Institution of the Future: A Virtual Reality" (Judy Harrower); "Personal Construct Psychology and Teacher Education: From Pedagogy Past to Teacher Beliefs in Practice" (Tim Hopper); "Valiant Girls: The Reconstruction of Femininity" (Barbara Heather); "School Education in the Former Soviet Union" (Victoria Hritonenko); "The Use of Erik Erikson's Life Stages Theory in Deaf Education" (Pat Hughes; Michael Rodda); "Race and Education: Waking Up to the Smell of the Coffee" (Jenny Kelly); "Internal Supply Policy" (Sheri Long); "Woman as Genre" (Rebecca Luce-Kapler); "Fostering a Global Conscience through Student Social Justice Activism" (Darren Lund); "Workplace Ergonomics – Importance of Education and Training" (Rammohan V. Maikala); "Can 'Gender' Survive in the Age of Queers?: De-Normalizing the 'Normal,' De-Polarizing Gender'" (Sheryl McInnes); "Situating East Asians in Canadian Race Discourse" (Hijin Park); "Local Control of Education in a Global Environment" (Larry Phillips); "The Dutch Experience with 'Charter Schools'" (Annette Richardson); "The Concept of Gradualness for a Sustainable Education" (Ahmad Sabetghadam); "'Are These the Muslined Pink Young Things to Whom We Vowed and Swore?': Addressing the Gendered Reader in the English Classroom" (Betty-Anne Schlender); "Political Science as Normalising Discourse" (Malinda S. Smith); "Teacher Education: Promoting Professional Identity" (Earl B. Stephanson); "Globalization: Friend or Foe?" (John Valentine); "Endangered Indigenous Languages" (Lynne Wiltse); "Communicative Language Teaching in China: An Analysis from a Cultural Perspective" (Ping Yang); and "Economic, Cultural, Political Significance of Market Women in Nigeria" (Adenike Yesufu).   [More]  Descriptors: Cultural Context, Developing Nations, Educational Policy, Educational Practices

Collins, Michael, Ed. (1995). The Canmore Proceedings. International Conference on Educating the Adult Educator: Role of the University (Canmore, Alberta, Canada, May 14-17, 1995). The following are among the papers included in these proceedings: "Challenging the Exclusionary Effects of the Inclusive Mask of Adult Education" (Rockhill); "Organic Intellectuals of the State and Political Struggle in the University" (Cunningham); "Adult Education's Prospects in a Post-University World" (Smith); "Universities and the Community" (Thomas); "University on the Line" (Rooney); "The Disintegration of Andragogy, the Emergence of the Social Learning Paradigm" (Welton); "The Competence of Worker Bees" (Janice Malcolm); "Historical Perspectives on Workers and Workplace Learning" (Schied); "Investigation by Eventalisation" (Davidson); "Prostitutes as Adult Educators" (Hanson); "Epistemology and the Politics of Self-Education" (Baer-Doyle); "Postmodernity and the Educating of Educators" (Edwards, Usher); "Ways of Talking about Knowledge in NIU (Northern Illinois University) ACE (Adult and Continuing Education) Doctoral Dissertations Epistemology and the Future of Adult Education" (Woll); "The 'Why' Factors in the Training of Adult Educators" (Benn, Fieldhouse); "Analysis, Imagination and Commitment in the Education of Adult Educator" (Williamson); "Formal Courses of Professional Education for Australian Adult Educators" (Morris, Gonczi, Tennent); "Adult Education in Anti-Nuclear Advocacy" (Regnier, Penna); "Educating the Adult Educator in an Information Society" (Jarvis); "Economic Globalization" (Cruikshank); "Globalising University Adult Education?" (Holford); "Innovation in the University Context for Educating Adult Educators" (Henschke); "Research into Adult Self-Directed Learning in Britain and Its Implications for Educating the Adult Educator" (Percy); "Using Quality Circles in University Education for Adult Educators" (Willis); "Training Professionals to Moonlight as Educators of Adults" (Lawrence); "Humour in Adult Education" (Cathro); "Getting Off the Perch–Strengthening Ties between Adult Education and K-12 Education Faculty" (Day); "Adult Learning Models in Post Secondary Settings" (Ambury); "A Quality-Learning Organization as a Model for Vocational Learning Centers in Finland" (Sarala, Sarala); "Applications and Implications of 'Learning to Learn'" (Rose); "Good Question! Collaborative Learning and the Intentional Stance" (Peters); "Corner Men Out of the Ring–Will Adult Education Survive the Punches of Pedagogical Education?" (Tuomisto); "Social Purpose, Cultural Identity, or Competence?" (Cooke); "Critical Analysis of the History of the Social Construction of Gender from a 'Feminist' Prospective" (Bornheutter); and "Organic Intellectuals" (Holtslander).   [More]  Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Advocacy

Seo, Hae-Ae; Lee, Eun Ah; Kim, Kyung Hee (2005). Korean Science Teachers' Understanding of Creativity in Gifted Education, Journal of Secondary Gifted Education. With the passing of Korea's Gifted Education Act, creativity has come to the forefront in considering the future of Korea's economic prosperity in the global economy (Korean Educational Development Institute, 2003). The purpose of this study was to examine the understanding of creativity among Korean science teachers of gifted students. Sixty teachers participated in this study with an open-ended questionnaire about their understanding of creativity. The data were analyzed based on Urban's (1995) three components of creativity. The findings indicated that these science teachers had a thorough understanding of the cognitive component and a strong association of creativity with intellectual ability, but overidentified with the cognitive component, showing less awareness of the personal and environmental components of creativity. To shift their understanding to a more balanced view, personality and environmental components, as well as attributes in other component areas, should be emphasized.   [More]   [More]  Descriptors: Globalization, Educational Development, Science Teachers, Creativity

Kumar, Prem (2004). Lifelong Learning in Singapore: Where Are We Now?, International Journal of Lifelong Education. The term lifelong learning has been used in different contexts and in policy application for a wide variety of purposes and initiatives. Singapore's approach to lifelong learning is pragmatic and rational. It is one of the economic drivers used by policy makers to enhance Singapore's competitiveness and is viewed as an antidote against unemployment. With the emergence of a more integrated and interdependent global economy, the premium placed on ideas and continuous learning becomes critical to an individual, organization and the country. This paper offers a snapshot of some of the current responses to the challenges and the perceived issues from the perspective of the government, organizations and individuals. The discussion would also cover a number of policy implications that may overlap and interconnect in practice.   [More]  Descriptors: Globalization, Foreign Countries, Lifelong Learning, Unemployment

Mayo, Peter (1996). Transformative Adult Education in an Age of Globalization: A Gramscian-Freirean Synthesis and Beyond, Alberta Journal of Educational Research. Explores elements for a theoretical framework for radical adult education, based primarily on ideas of Gramsci and Freire. Discusses commitment of adult educators to social transformation, consciousness raising related to power relations and global capitalism, emancipatory adult education as part of social movements, role of the adult educator, inclusive cultural studies, and awareness of history. Contains 61 references. Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Education, Consciousness Raising, Consciousness Raising

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. (1998). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (81st, Baltimore, Maryland, August 5-8, 1998). International–Part I. The International–Part I section of the Proceedings contains the following 20 papers: "Hollywood Attracts South Korean Capital" (Doobo Shim); "Worldview Differences of Natural Resources between Spain and Costa Rica: A Content Analysis of On-Line Newspapers" (Lorena Corbin); "Can the Leopard Change Its Spots: Parliamentarians' Attitudes about Press Freedom in Zambia" (Greg Pitts); "The Structure of International News Flow in Cyberspace: A Network Analysis of News Articles in 'Clarinet'" (Naewon Kang and Junho Choi); "Defining the Press Arbitration System: Its Impact on Press Freedom during the Sociopolitical Transition in South Korea" (Jae-Jin Lee); "Popular Literature and Gender Identities: An Analysis of Young Indian Women's Anxieties about Reading Western Romances" (Radhika E.  Parameswaran); "Considering Alternative Models of Influence: Conceptualizing the Impact of Foreign TV in Malaysia" (Michael G. Elasmar and Kathleen Sim); "Fighting for New Export Markets: U.S. Agricultural Press Coverage of the Philippines Theater of the Spanish-American War (1898-1902)" (Dane Claussen); "Television News in a Transitional Media System: The Case of Taiwan" (Yu-li Chang and Daniel Riffe); "Korean Students' Use of Television: An Expectancy-Value Approach" (No-Kon Heo and Russell B. Williams); "South Asian Student Attitudes toward and Beliefs about Advertising: Measuring across Cultures" (Jyotika Ramaprasad and Michael L. Thurwanger); "The Role of Culture in International Advertising" (Niaz Ahmed); "Reporting under Civilian and Military Rulers in Africa: Journalists' Perceptions of Press Freedom and Media Exposure in Cameroon and Nigeria" (Festus Eribo and Enoh Tanjong); "Saudi Arabia's International Media Strategy: Influence through Multinational Ownership" (Douglas A. Boyd); "Factors Influencing Repatriation Intention, an Aspect of the Brain Drain Phenomenon" (Kingsley O. Harbor); "American Imperialist Zeal in the Periphery: The Rural Press Covers the Spanish-American War and the Annexation of the Philippines" (Dane Claussen and Richard Shafer); "A Content Analysis of 'The Jerusalem Post'–Bias in Syria-Related and Har Homa Articles" (Hala Habal); "Sources in 'New York Times" Coverage of China before and after June 4th, 1989: A Content Analysis Focusing on Influence of Crisis Situation on Sourcing Patterns of US Media in World News Coverage" (Guoli Li); "Finnish Women and Political Knowledge: What Do They Know and How Do They Learn It?" (Helena K. Sarkio); and "Beyond Asian Values in Journalism: Towards Cultural Politics in the Asian Media Globalization" (Min Soo Kim).   [More]  Descriptors: Advertising, Asian Studies, Brain Drain, Civil Liberties

Fischman, Gustavo E. (2001). Teachers, Globalization, and Hope: Beyond the Narrative of Redemption. Essay Review of "Teachers and the State: Towards a Directed Profession," by Mike Bottery and Nigel Wright; "The Life and Work of Teachers: International Perspectives in Changing Times," edited by Christopher Day, Alicia Fernandez, Trond E. Hauge, and Jorunnn Moller; and "Teachers' Work in a Globalizing Economy," by John Smyth, Alastair Dow, Robert Hattam, Alan Reid, and Geoffrey Shacklock, Comparative Education Review. Reviews three books that argue that the teaching profession is being deprofessionalized by the demands and policies of "neoliberal globalizers." Discusses the nature of hope in these global times and its role in developing alternative proposals to the current process of intensification of teachers' work. Descriptors: Book Reviews, Educational Change, Professional Autonomy, Teacher Attitudes

McLaren, Peter L. (1995). Education and Globalization: An Environmental Perspective. An Interview with Edgar Gonzalez-Gaudiano, International Journal of Educational Reform. Gonzalez-Gaudiano abandoned a professorship at the National Autonomous University of Mexico to tackle environmental education and indigenous education. In this interview, he explains the politics of overpopulation; the unsustainable nature of capitalism; and the interrelationships between environmental justice and human security and among poverty, wealth, and environmental degradation. Critical education is essential. Descriptors: College Faculty, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries

Morton, Chris; Mojkowski, Charles (1991). The Place of Global Reality in Interdisciplinary Settings: Using Modern Technology to Link Classrooms for Globalization. The Global Education Model (GEM) Project, an undertaking of the Putnam-Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services, is part of a larger effort to link students throughout the United States with their counterparts in other countries. GEM's educational technology is augmented by implementing, testing and analyzing nationally recognized programs to investigate the educational application of international telecommunications in classrooms, its effect on instruction, and the strategies required for successful, expanded school-based use. The model is based on the assumption that a global approach to education, with attention paid to cultural differences and an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies, will better prepare children to live, learn, and work as twenty-first century citizens. Formative evaluation of the GEM Project reinforces the importance of structured planning, educational applications, and coordination. The National Geographic Society's KidsNet and the University of Maryland's ICONS constitute the formal part of the GEM research process; informal programs have also been developed in the New York/Moscow Schools' Telecommunications Project using experience gained from the formal programs. Developing a telecommunications support system for a global education program requires attention to a comprehensive global education curriculum, powerful communications processes, and appropriate technology connections; staff development is a key ingredient of all three components. Global education provides a motivating experience for students and teachers to connect with the larger world of learning and work that is outside the school, and often outside their own community and country. (7 references)   [More]  Descriptors: Computer Networks, Cultural Differences, Curriculum Enrichment, Educational Environment

Bor, W. van den; And Others (1995). Rethinking Higher Agricultural Education in a Time of Globalization and Rural Restructuring, European Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension. Global restructuring trends in geopolitical, economic, cultural, social, environmental, and communications domains necessitate reordered priorities for higher agricultural education. Changes are needed in terms of target audience, content, institutional management, professionalization, and strategic planning. Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Economic Change, Educational Change, Higher Education

Taylor, Maurice, Ed. (1998). Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education/L'Association Canadienne pour L'Etude de L'Education des Adultes (17th, Ontario, Canada, May 29-31, 1998). These proceedings on the theme, Adult Education Research: Shaping the Future, contain 52 papers. The papers are: "Virtual Adult Education" (W. Archer and D. Conrad); "Reversal Theory Approach to Adult Learning and Education" (M. Atleo); "Objectiver L'Action" (A. Balleux et al.); "Cultural Constructions of Literacy" (A. Blunt); "Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition" (D. Briton et al.); "Distance Education and Learner Autonomy" (P. Bouchard and L. Kalman); "Toward a Redefinition of Formal and Informal Learning" (G. Burns); "Feminist Commitments in Adult Education" (S. Butterwick et al.); "Innovative Research Practices for Adult Education" (N. Campbell et al.); "Facilitating Reflection and Action through Research" (A. Chan); "Including the Body in Learning Processes" (L.  Crawford); "A Double-Edged Sword" (U. Critoph and D. Martin); "Learning Strategies of Early British Columbia Divers" (B. Cuthill); "Adult Education and a Community-Based Nutrition Project" (N. Drost); "Role of Action Research in the Creation of New Knowledge" (R. Dyson et al.); "Koranic Learning and Local Development in West Africa" (P. Easton and M. Peach); "Learning from Changes in Leadership" (L. English); "Constructed Identities in Participatory Research Discourse" (W. Fischer); "Fixing the World?" (T. Fenwick); "Learning through Discourse" (P. Gamlin and S. Cook); "Pedagogical Strategies To Encourage Student Interaction in the Open Learning Classroom" (R. Gouthro); "Doing History Not Doing History" (P. Grace); "Home Thoughts on Globalization" (E. Harris); "Learning, Working, and Caregiving" (C. Hinds and A. Home); "S-Curve Relevance to Collective Learning for Knowing Using TRACE Participatory Action Research" (S. Hobbs and G. Grant); "Shifting the Ground of the Familiar" (C. Jongeward); "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" (H. Kanuka and D. Conrad); "Constructing the Role of the Adult Educator in Higher Education" (C. Kreber); "Teaching Leadership" (O. Kritskaya); "Skill and Knowledge Acquisition in the Informal Seector of the West African Economy" (G. Liebert and P. Easton); "New Approaches to Lifelong Learning" (D.W. Livingstone et al.); "Evaluation of a Human History/Environmental Exhibit Using a Video Tracking Technique" (L. Logan); "Re-Visioning Peace Research" (G. Macdonald and A. Adelson); "Adult Learning on the Internet" (W. McQueen and B. Fallis); "Adult Education and Educational Reform in Latvia" (S. Miezitis and O. Zids); "Education for Planetary Consciousness" (E. O'Sullivan); "Technology-Based Distance Delivery" (S. Owen); "Back to the Roots; Back to the Future" (A. Pattapinyoboon); "Inclusivity and Exclusivity in Adult Education" (M. Petlock); "Informal Learning Processes in a Worker Cooperative" (J. Quarter and H. Midha); "Challenging Our Traditional Research Positionality" (A. Quigley and T. Sork); "Educational Gerontology" (D. Radcliffe); "Role and Influence of Culture and Context in the Development of International Communities of Practice Among Organization Development Practitioners" (I. Richter and M. Laiken); "Elements de la Formation a la Pratique Reflexive de Cadres Soignants" (H. Sami); "Hidden Dimensions of Working-Class Learning" (P. Sawchuk et al.); "'This Would Scare the Hell out of Me If I Were an HR Manager'" (P. Sawchuk); "Distinguishing the Moral from the Expedient" (T. Sork); "Union Movies" (J. Taylor); "Rethinking Power in Participatory Research" (J. Taylor); "Explanatory Power of an Early Framework of Good Practice Principles in Workplace Education" (Taylor); "Ye Are Not Men! Ye Are Gods" (A. Thomas); and "Struggle for Selves" (L. West). Individual papers contain references.)   [More]  Descriptors: Action Research, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning

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