Super-epistemic Diversity: Intersectional Interplay of Educational Knowledge in Programa Futuro Infantil Hoy

Qi, J and Woodrow, C 2016, 'Super-epistemic Diversity: Intersectional Interplay of Educational Knowledge in Programa Futuro Infantil Hoy' in David R. Cole, Christine Woodrow (ed.) Super Dimensions in Globalisation and Education, Springer, Singapore, pp. 109-124.


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Title Super-epistemic Diversity: Intersectional Interplay of Educational Knowledge in Programa Futuro Infantil Hoy
Author(s) Qi, J
Woodrow, C
Year 2016
Title of book Super Dimensions in Globalisation and Education
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Singapore
Editor(s) David R. Cole, Christine Woodrow
Start page 109
End page 124
Subjects Early Childhood Education (excl. Maori)
Summary Vertovec's (Ethnic Racial Stud 30(6):1024-1054, 2007) summary notion of 'super-diversity' challenges social researchers to multivariate inquiries of diversity. This chapter presents super-epistemic diversity as a conceptual approach to understanding multi-stranded, uneven and multidirectional fl ows of knowledge in the context of Futuro Infantil Hoy (FIH), an innovative transnational early childhood education program. It critically examines primary evidence of the interplay of global and local knowledge of the super-diverse intellectual stakeholders in FIH. Findings show that this knowledge interplay has promoted a perceived paradigm shift about family involvement in children's education and prompts a reconsideration of the nature of super-epistemic diversity.
Copyright notice © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-981-10-0312-7
ISBN 9789811003103
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