Local and Global Identities in Different Educational Contexts

The broad and abundant discourse on globalization of education that has become inevitable in recent decades has revealed that the notion of citizenship, as depicted within classrooms worldwide, has recently shifted from a focus on construction of unitary national identity to presentation of cosmopolitan ideas, including protection of universal human rights and the rights of marginalized groups such as religious and ethnic minorities and women

Miri Yemini

2016

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  • The broad and abundant discourse on globalization of education that has become inevitable in recent decades has revealed that the notion of citizenship, as depicted within classrooms worldwide, has recently shifted from a focus on construction of unitary national identity to presentation of cosmopolitan ideas, including protection of universal human rights and the rights of marginalized groups such as religious and ethnic minorities and women
  • abundant discourse on globalization of education that has become inevitable in recent decades has revealed that the notion
  • Lewin, The handbook of practice and research in study abroad: Higher education and the quest for global citizenship

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