The Bloomsbury Handbook of Theory in Comparative and International Education

Tavis D. Jules (Redaktør) ; Dr Robin Shields (Redaktør) ; Matthew A. M. Thomas (Redaktør)

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A state of the field collection covering the major theories used in comparative and international education.

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Acknowledgements
Preface
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: New Directions in Comparative and International Education, Tavis Jules
SECTION 1: FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES
* Section Introduction
1. Structural-functionalism in Comparative and International Education: Antecedents, developments, and applications - Marcelo Marques
2. Imperialism, Colonialism, and Coloniality in Comparative and International Education: Conquest, Slavery, and Prejudice - Tavis Jules, Syed Amir Shah, and Pravindharan Balakrishnan
3. Marxism in Comparative and International Education: Foundational Political Economy Perspectives on Education - Robin Shields and Kalyan Kumar Kameshwara
4. Human Capital Theory in Comparative and International Education: Development, Application, and Problematics - Donna C. Tonini
5. Dependency Theory and World-Systems Analysis in Comparative and International Education: Critical Accounts of Education and Development - Tom G. Griffiths

SECTION 2: POST-FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES
* Section Introduction
6. Post-colonialism in Comparative and International Education: Interrogating power, epistemologies, and educational practice - Aizuddin Mohamed Anuar, Arzhia Habibi, and Olga Mun
7. Post-modernism and Post-structuralism in Comparative and International Education: Examining background context, application, and prospective - Edith Mukudi Omwami
8. Post-Socialist Transformations in Comparative and International Education: Monuments, Movements, and Metamorphoses - Iveta Silova, Zsuzsa Millei, Ketevan Chachkhiani, Garine Palandjian, and Mariia Vitrukh
9. Gender in Comparative and International Education: Gender as noun, adjective, and verb - Laura Wangsness Willemsen and Payal Shah
10. Post-Foundational Approaches in Comparative and International Education: Uncertain Moves toward Unknown Horizons - Jordan Corson and Susanne Ress

SECTION 3: THEORETICAL ADAPTION AND REVISION
* Section Introduction
11. Neo-liberalism in Comparative and International Education: Theory, Practice, Paradox - Anthony Welch
12. Framing Comparative and International Education Through a Neo-Institutional Lens: The Discourse on Global Patterns and Shared Expectations - Alexander W. Wiseman
13. Neo-realism in Comparative and International Education: Power, Influence, and Priorities - Tavis D. Jules, Syed Amir Shah, Pravindharan Balakrishnan, and Serene Ismail
14. Neo-Gramscian Theory in Comparative and International Education: Power, ideas, and institutions - Tavis D. Jules, Richard Arnol, Pravindharan Balakrishnan, and Victoria Desimoni
15. Regimes and Regionalism in Comparative and International Education: Cooperation and Competition - Marcelo Parreira do Amaral
16. Cultural Political Economy (CPE) in Comparative and International Education: Putting CPE to Work in Studying Globalisation - Susan L. Robertson and Roger Dale


SECTION 4: THEORIES OF POLICY AND PRACTICE
* Section Introduction
17. Constructivism and Learner-Centeredness in Comparative and International Education: Where Theories Meet Practice - Matthew A.M. Thomas and Michele Schweisfurth
18. Differentiation Theory and Externalization in Comparative and International Education: Understanding the Intersections of the global and the local - Marcelo Parreira do Amaral and Marvin Erfurth
19. Policy Borrowing and Lending in Comparative and International Education: A Key Area of Research - Gita Steiner-Khamsi
20. Situating Peace Education Theories, Scholarship, and Practice in Comparative and International Education - Maria Hantzopoulos, Zeena Zakharia, and Brooke Harris Garad
21. Theories of Human Rights Education in Comparative and International Education: From Declarations to New Directions - Monisha Bajaj and Nomsa Mabona

SECTION 5: INTERDISCIPLINARY AND EMERGING APPROACHES
* Section Introduction
22. Theorizing race and racism in Comparative and International Education - Sharon Walker, Arathi Sriprakash, and Leon Tikly
23. Queer Theory in Comparative and International Education: How Queer is CIE - Christian A. Bracho
24. Transitologies in Comparative and International Education: Transformation and Metamorphisms - Tavis D. Jules
25. Actor-Network-Theory and Comparative and International Education: Addressing the complexity of socio material foundations of power in education - Jason Beech and Alejandro Artopoulos
26. Social Network Theory and Analysis in Comparative and International Education: Connecting the Dots for Better Understanding of Education - Oren Pizmony-Levy
27. The Capabilities Approach in Comparative and International Education: A Justice-Enhancing Framework - Joan DeJaeghere and Melanie J. Walker

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Om forfatteren

Tavis D. Jules is Associate Professor of Cultural and Educational Policy Studies at Loyola University Chicago, USA. He is the author of Educational Transitions in Post-Revolutionary Spaces (Bloomsbury, 2018).

Robin Shields is Professor of Education at the University of Bristol. He is the author of Globalization and International Education (Bloomsbury, 2013) and a co-editor of the Comparative Education Review.

Matthew A.M. Thomas is Senior Lecturer in Comparative Education and Sociology of Education at the University of Sydney, Australia. He is co-editor of Examining Teach For All (2020).