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by Marie Lall,Geetha B. Nambissan

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ISBN:
0415693780
Author:
Marie Lall,Geetha B. Nambissan
Category:
Sociology
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge India; 1 edition (November 29, 2011)
Pages:
206 pages
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Education and Social Just. has been added to your Basket. Marie Lall is Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Education, University of London. Geetha B. Nambissan is at Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

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The book discusses the implications of globalization on education from the perspective of social justice

The book discusses the implications of globalization on education from the perspective of social justice. It looks at two countries - India and the UK - to look at how global economic and cultural processes are mediated through nation states, institutional structures and the aspirations of different social groups. It seeks to resituate the debates around education and so The book discusses the implications of globalization on education from the perspective of social justice

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Member of ZHCES team. Theme of study with Prof Stephen J. Ball (IoE): Advocacy Networks, Choice and Private Schooling of the Poor in India (2006 - 2010).

perspectives from India and the . Published 2011 by Routledge in New Delhi.

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Lall, Marie and G. Nambissan, eds. 2011. Education and Social Justice in the Era of Globalisation. New Delhi: Routledge. Nambissan, Geetha B. 2006. Terms of Inclusion: Dalits and the Right to Education. New Delhi: Sage Publications. Cite this chapter as: Lall M. (2013) The Effects of Globalisation on Citizenship in India: The Changing Role of Education. In: Mitra S. (eds) Citizenship as Cultural Flow.

Stand by for the era of deglobalisation. The hype for globalisation that excited the era before the crash has given way now to fears of deglobalisation, and the measures governments have taken to buffer economies against another crisis have only deepened this self-destructive trend.

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Описание: The book discusses the implications of globalization on education from the perspective of social justice. India and the UK ? to examine how global economic and cultural processes are mediated through nation states, institutional structures and the aspirations of different social groups with a focus on education

The book discusses the implications of globalization on education from the perspective of social justice. It looks at two countries ― India and the UK ― to look at how global economic and cultural processes are mediated through nation states, institutional structures and the aspirations of different social groups. It seeks to resituate the debates around education and social justice in policy, research and public discourse byhighlighting the need for a more nuanced understanding ofglobalization and education.

It also demonstrates the effects of economic dimensions ― the politics of neoliberalism, and how this has shifted the understanding of state responsibilitiesand marginalized issues pertaining to the agenda of social justice.