Reimagining Japanese education : borders, transfers, circulations, and the comparative
- edited by David Blake Willis & Jeremy Rappleye.
- Oxford, U.K. : Symposium Books, 2011.
- Physical description
- 287 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Oxford studies in comparative education v. 21 (1)
Education Library (Cubberley)
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- Includes bibliographical references.
- Foreword / Robert Cowen
- ch. 1. Reimagining Japanese education in the global conversation : borders, transfers, circulations, and the comparative / David Blake Willis & Jeremy Rappleye
- ch. 2. Reimagining self/other : 'catch-up' across Japan's three great education reforms / Jeremy Rappley & Takehiko Kariya
- ch. 3. 'The Ideal Citizen', globalization, and the Japanese response : risk, gate-keeping, and moral education in Japan / Marie Højlund Roesgaard
- ch. 4. The 'internationalization' of Japanese education and the newcomers : uncovering the paradoxes / Ryoko Tsuneyoshi
- ch. 5. Globalization and English language education policy in Japan : external risk and internal inertia / Robert W. Aspinall
- ch. 6. Imagining Japan's 'relaxed education' curriculum : continuity or change? / Christopher Bjork
- ch. 7. Beyond the four walls of the classroom : 'real' and 'imagined' change in Japanese sports and education / Aaron L. Miller
- ch. 8. Redefining internationalization in higher education : Global 30 and the making of global universities in Japan / Mayumi Ishikawa
- ch. 9. Imagining neo-liberalism and the hidden realities of the politics of reform : teachers and students in a globalized Japan / Manubu Sato
- ch. 10. Reconceptualizing the politics of Japanese education, reimagining comparative studies of Japanese education / Keita Takayama
- Afterword / Takehiko Kariya
- Notes on contributors.
- Publication date
- Oxford studies in comparative education ; v. 21, no. 1
- 9781873927519 (pbk.)
- 1873927517 (pbk.)
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