Equity and internationalization on campus : intersecting or colliding discourses for LGBTQ people?
- by Kaela Jubas.
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill Sense, 
- Copyright notice
- ©Copyright 2018
- Physical description
- vii, 162 pages ; 25 cm.
- International issues in adult education ; v. 26.
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|LC2576 .C36 J83 2018||Unknown|
- Jubas, Kaela, author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-159) and index.
- Chapter 1: Equity and Internationalization-Teammates or Competitors? At the Starting Line Discourse
- 1: Equity Discourse
- 2: Internationalization The Internationalization and Equity Confluence: Post-Secondary Education as a Case Conducting a Research Project Meeting the Participants Seating Map: Outline of this Book
- Chapter 2: Rules of the Game: Developing a Theoretical Framework Making Sense of What I Saw Linking to Adult Education The Post-Secondary Institution as a Site of Work and Learning Identity Construction: A Learning Process about Social Relations
- Chapter 3: The Discursive Playbooks: Key Institutional Texts on Equity and Internationalization Institutional Overview Equity Talk in Key Texts Internationalization Talk in Key Texts Equity and Internationalization Discourses: Building a Team or Choosing a Side?
- Chapter 4: The Tensions of Play Tensions as Multidimensional Phenomena Summary
- Chapter 5: Tension 1-Inclusion/Exclusion Cultural Dimension Community Dimension Physical Dimension Career Dimension Psychic Dimension Summary
- Chapter 6: Tension 2-Safety/Risk Cultural Dimension Community Dimension Physical Dimension Career Dimension Psychic Dimension Summary
- Chapter 7: Tension 3-"Freedom" to Come out/Expectation to Pass Cultural Dimension Community Dimension Physical Dimension Career Dimension Psychic Dimension Summary
- Chapter 8: Tension 4-Ally/Other Cultural Dimension Community Dimension Physical Dimension Career Dimension Psychic Dimension Summary
- Chapter 9: At the Half-Time, Still a Way to Go Closing Thoughts
- References Author Index Subject Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Every day, we hear how people, organizations, and ideas are moving across borders. We also hear about fairness and justice as fundamental social values. How, though, do these two discourses-one related to internationalization and the other to equity-converge in lived experience? The post-secondary institution is one setting where that question might be asked and people who are minoritized for their gender or sexual identities can provide important answers. While equity-oriented discourses assure LGBT people that they will be free from harassment and discrimination, an internationalization discourse might call them to engage in places where they are illegal. Equity and Internationalization on Campus shares findings from a Canadian study that explored how LGBT or ally post-secondary faculty, students, and staff encountered these two discourses. It offers much to scholars and staff committed to developing an equitable version of internationalization and an international version of equity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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- International issues in adult education, 2352-2372 ; volume 26
- 9789004380899 (paperback)
- 9004380892 (paperback)
- 9789004380905 (hardback)
- 9004380906 (hardback)
- 9789004380912 electronic book
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