Comparative sciences : interdisciplinary approaches
- edited by Alexander W. Wiseman, Nikolay Popov.
- First edition.
- Bingley, UK : Emerald, 2015.
- Physical description
- xii, 277 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- International perspectives on education and society ; v. 26.
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Education Library (Cubberley)
|LC189.8 .I57 V.26||Unknown|
- International Symposium of Comparative Sciences (1st : 2013 : Sofia, Bulgaria), author.
- Wiseman, Alexander W., 1968- editor.
- Popov, Nikolay, editor.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface / Alexander W. Wiseman
- An introduction to comparing comparative methodologies : a framework for understanding pitfalls and operationalizing promises / Alexander W. Wiseman and Nikolay Popov
- Part I: Methodological considerations in comparative sciences
- Quisnam sum ego? : crises of identity in comparative education and the call for a comparison of comparative studies / C. C. Wolhuter
- The role of comparative pedagogy in comparative educational research / Klara Skubic Ermenc
- Comparative analysis : methodological optics in the ideological context / Olga Fedotova and Oksana Chigisheva
- Early childhood teacher educaion in Namibia and Canada / Larry Prochner, Ailie Cleghorn, Anna Kirova and Christine Massing
- Comparative interpretation standards in uniform international law / Maren Heidmann
- Part II: Empirical comparative studies
- Crossing the North-South divide : a critical analysis of study abroad program to emerging nations / Karen L. Biraimah and Agreement L. Jotia
- Higher education and social trust : a European comparative perspective / Pepka A. Boyadjieva and Petya I. Ilieva-Trichkova
- Democratic school governance, leadership and management : a case study of two schools in South Africa / Vusi Mncube, Lynn Davies and Renuka Naidoo
- Situational analysis of education for international understanding in Thailand / Chanita Rukspollmuang
- Family needs and female work : a comparative survey of public policies and private choices on equal opportunities / Alessandra Pera and Marina Nicolosi.
It is natural to compare. Comparison is fundamental to understanding - not only understanding what makes one phenomenon like another but also what makes many phenomena different from the others. This volume focuses on the distinctions, overlap and integration of comparative studies across disciplinary boundaries, broadly speaking.
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- Publication date
- International perspectives on education and society, 1479-3679 ; volume 26
- 9781783504558 (hbk.)
- 1783504552 (hbk.)
- 9781783504565 (ebook)
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