Bibliography: Globalization (page 214 of 215)

This annotated bibliography is compiled and customized for the website.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Aime Heene, David Crystal, Elizabeth Bullen, Donna Nielson, Emery J. Hyslop-Margison, Jozef M. Ritzen, Yousif AL-Bastaki, Mireia Montane, Stephen P. Heyneman, and Karola Hahn.

2003 (2003). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (86th, Kansas City, Missouri, July 30-August 2, 2003). Mass Communication and Society Division. The Mass Communication and Society Division of the proceedings contains the following 12 papers: "Free Congress Research and Education Foundation: An Extremist Organization in Think Tank Clothing?" (Sharron M. Hope); "Presence in Informative Virtual Environments: The Effects of Self-Efficacy, Spatial Ability and Mood" (Lynette Lim, Linda A. Jackson, Frank Biocca, Gretchen Barbatsis, Keith Bradburn, Ming Tang, Alexander Von Eye, Yong Zhao, and Hiram Fitzgerald); "Cognitive Mapping: Another Window Into the Ethical Reasoning of Journalists" (Sandra L. Borden); "Sources of Influence on People's Perceptions of the Quality of Life Available in Their Communities and Elsewhere" (Leo W. Jeffres, Kimberly A. Neuendorf, Cheryl Campanella Bracken, and David Atkin); "September 11 and the Newslore of Vengeance and Victimization" (Russell Frank); "Agenda Setting and International News: Media Influence on Public Perceptions of Foreign Nations" (Wayne Wanta, Guy Golan, and Cheolhan Lee); "Public Perceptions of the Phrase 'God Bless America'" (John V. Bodle and Larry L. Burriss); "Quantifying Globality in Hollywood Film" (Jonathan Obar); "Mapping Deviance: The Role of News Content in Communicating Legitimacy" (Tim P. Vos); "Modeling Internet Current Affairs News Usage from Perceived Credibility of Internet News, Internet Dependency Relations, and Social Locus" (Jin Yang); "Exploring the Effects of Web Advertising on Readers' Perceptions of On-line News" (Hyeseung Yang and Mary Beth Oliver); and "Patriarchy v. Functional Truth: Assessing the Feminist Critique of Intimate Violence Reporting" (John McManus and Lori Dorfman).   [More]  Descriptors: Advertising, Agenda Setting, Cognitive Mapping, Credibility

Elsner, Paul A. (2003). The China Connection, Community College Journal. Describes the cooperative economic development program developed between the Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona, and Chengdu, China. The colleges are assisting Chinese policy leaders in restructuring needed training for newer, modern, and usually western economic approaches, aided by U.S. community college training program models. Reports on conference plans.   [More]  Descriptors: Community Colleges, Cooperative Learning, Economic Development, Global Approach

Ritzen, Jozef M. (2003). Education Cooperation for Tangible Results, Peabody Journal of Education. Describes how development cooperation can help achieve developmental education goals, noting the impact of education on cultural, social, and material prosperity in later life, and discussing how quality education is the gateway to participation in society and better wages. The article examines challenges to quality education in developing nations, policy environment, principles for effective development cooperation, and how the international community can help (e.g., comparative performance and worldwide experience). Descriptors: Cooperative Planning, Developing Nations, Educational Cooperation, Educational Development

Kiely, Richard; Nielson, Donna (2003). International Service Learning: The Importance of Partnerships, Community College Journal. Argues that combining service learning with study abroad is a powerful pedagogical innovation for increasing adult students' intercultural competence, language skills, and experiential understanding of complex global problems related to their academic program of study. Discusses development and maintenance of such educational partnerships at Tompkins-Cortland Community College, New York.   [More]  Descriptors: Adult Education, Community Colleges, Educational Innovation, Global Approach

Crystal, David (2003). English as a Global Language. Second Edition. This book presents an account of the rise of English as a global language and explores the history, current status, and future potential of English as the international language of communication. Five chapters focus on the following: (1) "Why a Global Language?" (e.g., what a global language is, what makes a language global, and why a global language is needed); (2) "Why English? The Historical Account" (origins, America, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, South Asia, former colonial Africa, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, and a world view); (3) "Why English? The Cultural Foundation" (e.g., political developments and access to knowledge); (4) "Why English? The Cultural Legacy (e.g., international relations, the media, international travel and safety, education, and communications); and (5) "The Future of Global English" (e.g., the rejection of English, contrasting attitudes, new Englishes, the future of English as a world language, and an English family of languages). (Contains approximately 200 references.) Descriptors: Business English, Communications, Elementary Secondary Education, Global Approach

Hyslop-Margison, Emery J. (2002). Liberalizing Career Education: An Aristotelian Approach, Alberta Journal of Educational Research. Instrumental aims in vocational education pose a genuine threat to democratic citizenship by undermining student critique of prevailing social circumstances. By employing a broadened Aristotelian framework, career education can combine work-related subject matter with critical learning objectives, but that would require significant reform in content, objectives, and presentation. (Contains 33 references.) Descriptors: Critical Pedagogy, Democratic Values, Education Work Relationship, Educational Objectives

Van Laere, Kristien; Heene, Aime (2003). Social Networks as a Source of Competitive Advantage for the Firm, Journal of Workplace Learning. Proposes a conceptual framework for managing relationships of small and medium-sized enterprises, based on the necessity of cooperation for survival. Describes characteristics of embedded relationship in stakeholder interactions, including trust, durability, information transfer, and collaboration. (Contains 72 references.) Descriptors: Business Administration, Cooperation, Globalization, Interprofessional Relationship

Kenway, Jane; Bullen, Elizabeth (2003). Self-Representations of International Women Postgraduate Students in the Global University "Contact Zone.", Gender and Education. Explores the role of race and gender in shaping female postgraduate students' experiences of intercultural study, highlighting social and cultural aspects of their sojourn. Data from two small pilot projects that investigated the experiences of international female postgraduate students in Australian and Canadian universities indicate that international students' perceptions and experiences of the global university contact zone are as heterogeneous as the cohort of students being interviewed. (Contains references.) Descriptors: Ethnic Stereotypes, Foreign Countries, Gender Issues, Globalization

Montane, Mireia (2002). Guest Editorial: Education and Culture in Teacher Training Education in Europe: A Dialogue among European Educators To Share Knowledge, European Journal of Teacher Education. Introduces a theme issues on education and culture in European teacher training that focuses on such issues as: whether teachers and students participating in the Action 3 for Teacher Education on the Socrates/Comenius program, promoted by the European Commission, have been introduced into the network of relations that comprise the ecosystem of European learning and whether the projects substantially modify the beliefs of teachers and students. Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Globalization, Higher Education

Forde, Margaret L. (2003). America's Global Prosperity: Planting the Seeds, Community College Journal. Argues that the future of America's global prosperity is linked to the commitment of higher education to prepare students comprehensively to live and work in a multicultural world community. Suggests that student portfolios are incomplete without an international and intercultural learning toolkit, including language training and a focus on geography, customs, and culture.   [More]  Descriptors: Community Colleges, Cooperative Learning, Economic Impact, Global Approach

Heyneman, Stephen P. (2001). General Introduction: Global Issues in Education, Peabody Journal of Education. Introduces a collection of articles that illustrate lessons learned from global issues in education and focus on four categories: finance and administration, the role of policy and research, human capital and social cohesion (outcomes of schooling), and multilateral development banks and religious organizations. Descriptors: Economic Development, Educational Finance, Educational Policy, Educational Research

AL-Bastaki, Yousif; Al-Ajeeli, Abid (2005). A Framework for a WAP-Based Course Registration System, Computers and Education. This paper describes a WAP-based course registration system designed and implemented to facilitating the process of students' registration at Bahrain University. The framework will support many opportunities for applying WAP based technology to many services such as wireless commerce, cashless payment… and location-based services. The paper outlines the main concepts of the analysis and design methodology of our proposed system. It shows also how the request will be issued, received, processed, formulated, and how the reply is sent back to the student for display.   [More]  Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Registration, College Students, Universities

Hobrough, John (2003). Responding to the Global Economy. Student Skills Development across an Expanding Europe, Industry & Higher Education. Comparison of small and medium-sized enterprises' skill requirements in the European Union and Eastern/Central Europe shows considerable similarities and identifies skill needs universities need to address. New courses and modules are being developed by the University of Surrey in conjunction with Eastern/Central European partners. (Contains 14 references.) Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Economic Development, Foreign Countries, Globalization

Hahn, Karola (2003). The Changing Zeitgeist of German Higher Education and the Role of GATS, Higher Education in Europe. Discusses the contradictory nature of two aspects of German higher education and research policy in relation to internationalization: the more traditional Europeanization policy, and a parallel policy in response to globalism that is stimulating a highly competition-oriented role for German higher education and research along the lines of the GATS paradigm and calls for world-scale competition rather than cooperation, implying a renationalization of higher education and research. Descriptors: Competition, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries

Marshall, Katherine (2001). Development and Religion: A Different Lens on Development Debates, Peabody Journal of Education. Describes the World Faiths Development Dialogue, which aims to engage a wide-ranging international and national dialogue among faith and development institutions, with the central focus being efforts to combat world poverty. The article highlights two recent events that sought to confront the worlds of development and religion and explores how these two worlds might intersect in the global effort to combat misery and want. Descriptors: Church Role, Economic Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries

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