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Re-Imagining Comparative Education presents a re-imagining of the field of comparative education, and its responses to contemporary social theory. The essays included seek to substantively open up new avenues of theorizing and research by exploring the application of post-foundational theoretical perspectives in the field, through readable and understandable case studies. Re-Imagining Comparative Education is one of the first books in the field to respond to the need and interest in expanding the reaches of comparative and global studies in education.

Re-Imagining Comparative Education: Postfoundational Ideas and Applications for Critical Times

(Reference Books in International Education). Routledge USA, UK

Authors: Peter Ninnes and Sonia Mehta

2004

Re-Imagining Comparative Education: Postfoundational Ideas and Applications for Critical Times
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