International trade in education services: governing the liberalization and regulation of private enterprise

Ziguras, C 2005, 'International trade in education services: governing the liberalization and regulation of private enterprise' in M. Apple, J. Kenway and M. Singh (ed.) Globalizing Education: Policies, Pedagogies, & Politics, Peter Lang, New York, USA, pp. 93-112.


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Title International trade in education services: governing the liberalization and regulation of private enterprise
Author(s) Ziguras, C
Year 2005
Title of book Globalizing Education: Policies, Pedagogies, & Politics
Publisher Peter Lang
Place of publication New York, USA
Editor(s) M. Apple
J. Kenway
M. Singh
Start page 93
End page 112
Subjects Comparative and Cross-Cultural Education
Education Policy
Summary Because 'globalization' is expressed in many ways and evokes complex responses, it demands various lines of analysis. Globalizing Education shows how this phenomenon is mediated and mitigated by a range of educational policies, pedagogies, and politics. It identifies the forms of educational governance associated with neoliberal globalism and their manifold effects on nation-state education systems, highlighting the colonizing minority-world imperatives and retraditionalizing ramifications. It also shows how the global cultural economy - the disjunctive flows of images, people, and ideas - both challenges and reinforces conventional educational trajectories. The global/national mesh-works created by drugs, technology, and unions are among the complicated connectivities explored. This book exposes the more pernicious effects on education of neo-liberal and corporate globalization and explores and identifies innovative and transformative educational policies, pedagogies, and politics.
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Keyword(s) International education
international trade
education policy
ISBN 0820471208
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