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Globalization, culture, and education in South Asia : critical excursions / edited by Dip Kapoor, Bijoy Barua & Al-Karim Datoo.

Contributor(s): Kapoor, Dip | Barua, Bijoy Kumar | Datoo, Al-Karim.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, c2012Description: viii, 220 p. ; cm.ISBN: 9781137006875.Subject(s): Education -- Economic aspects -- South Asia | Education and state -- South Asia | Education and globalization -- South AsiaDDC classification: 338.4737 GLO Online resources: OCLC
Contents:
Globalization, culture, and education : urban priorities and perspectives and formal educational contexts -- Globalization, culture, and education : rural priorities and perspectives and formal educational contexts.
Summary: Relying on a blend of policy, critical-theoretical and practice-based perspectives, describes and critically analyze key trends in the region, while pointing out new directions pertaining to future developments in education and culture in South Asia in relation to the contradictory implications of globalization in both urban and rural contexts.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Globalization, culture, and education : urban priorities and perspectives and formal educational contexts --
Globalization, culture, and education : rural priorities and perspectives and formal educational contexts.

Relying on a blend of policy, critical-theoretical and practice-based perspectives, describes and critically analyze key trends in the region, while pointing out new directions pertaining to future developments in education and culture in South Asia in relation to the contradictory implications of globalization in both urban and rural contexts.

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