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A case study in regionalism and education policy
Written in English
|Statement||by Christopher Ray McCormick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 535 p.|
|Number of Pages||535|
Following the financial crisis at the end of the twentieth century, regionalisms in the global political economy have evolved in a number of ways. This informative book brings together the leading scholars in the field to provide cutting edge analyses of contemporary regions and regionalist projects. Providing an innovative integration of theoretical issues with sophisticated analyses of a. implement education reform programme and policies at national and regional level (e.g. GEQIPII; ESDP V). In combination with other reform initiatives, the long-term impact will be higher quality, equity and efficiency of general education, including enhanced learning outcomes and retention rates for .
Regionalism: When people of a region raise voice for their autonomy, rights, fair share in development process, against discrimination and demand separate statehood or autonomy within state, it is called ‘regionalism’. Demands for linguistic state of Andhra Pradesh in . It is divided into three main sections: theoretical approaches to regionalism; issues of regional cooperation (such as security, monetary issues, identity and integration); and an exploration of specific case studies including the Middle East, Africa, the Americas, China, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
Regionalism as Normative Theories Viner: Trade Creation and Diversion Jacob Viner, the founding father of the theory of preferential trading arrangements introduced in his celebrated book, The Customs Union Issue, attributed the support the free traders of his time had for discriminatory freeing of trade to an unreflecting association on. (Apr. 2, ) Regionalism studies are those studies that focus on the middle layer of governance, between the state and the global, that emerge out of concerted processes of regional integration like the EU, the Arab League, NAFTA, CARICOM, and ASEAN. The first two theoretical explanations of this process in South America that we will.
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Urban Studies 4: 3, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your by: 2. This book demonstrates that more can and needs to be learned about regional integration all over the world through comparison and reflection on specific regional trends.
Beginning with a theoretically driven introduction, leading experts in the field are brought together to offer a series of case studies on regional integration within Latin America, Africa, Asia, North America and Europe. The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism—the first of its kind—offers a systematic and wide-ranging survey of the scholarship on regionalism, regionalization, and regional governance.
Unpacking the major debates, leading authors of the field synthesize the state of the art, provide a guide to the comparative study of regionalism, and identify future avenues of research. Case studies by region: Asia India is an interesting case to study hybridity.
The makers of India’s constitution were less concerned with theories of parliamentarianism or federalism than with India’s speciﬁc needs, given the lessons of its history and the tasks of state building and nation building : John Loughlin, John Kincaid, Wilfried Swenden.
Demand for a separate state predominantly reflects the regional aspiration of the people of a geographical region. Case studies on some of the demands for the separate state & infamous regional conflicts are given below: Case Study 1: Bodoland Demand in Assam.
Recently Bodos reiterated the demand for separate Bodoland state. formation of regional grouping as much as possible. While it does not avoid the influence of the Eurocentric approaches, it seeks to book beyond the European success to include other aspects as well.
Definition of Region and Regionalism Region can be defined as a. Reference Works. Rowe distinguishes between regionalism and local color, while offering broad coverage of southern regionalist writing.
Lambert provides a theoretically informed entry on the regional novel. At NYU Press’s Keywords for American Cultural Studies website, Zagarell offers an introduction to the general field of regionalism, with some references to both Criticism. ‘The Impact of Educational Policy’ illustrates how policy develops in practice through three research-based case studies, which highlight the application of policy in a range of situations from the development of school-based policies in multi-ethnic communities to the formulation.
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Other Areas of Patient Education Practice 9. Patient Education Delivery, Health Policy and New Directions Appendix A: Suggested Answers to Study Questions Appendix B: Additional Study Aids. Case studies are used by teachers to see how students can apply received knowledge in daily situations.
On the one hand it is useful, but on the other hand coping with this complex assignment is a problem linked to permanent time shortage and study loads placed on students. The case studies, by a group of leading scholars of regional institutions, offer a rigorous, historically informed analysis of the differences and similarities in institutions across Europe, Latin.
PISA and TALIS. These are all examples of large scale rigorous policy studies designed to inform policy in particular areas of interest in basic and higher education in the participating countries.6 Policy studies however, are not always considered a requirement to inform and improve policy.
Covering evolving forms of federalism and regionalism in all parts of the world and featuring a comprehensive range of case studies by leading international scholars this work will be an essential reference source for all students and scholars of international politics, comparative politics and international relations.
The study is based on the premise that new regionalism is shaped by changes in international context and, above all, the emerging international and continental regimes. Regional integration provides the environment for the development of NR.
In other words, this paper analyzes New Regionalism as an outcome of regional integration. The study and practice of regionalism have attracted growing interest in interrelated analytical and policy realms as globalization and differentiation have likewise increased. Contains 15 in-depth case studies from a wide range of countries and policy sectors across the world Allows readers to systematically compare and contrast cases in terms of programmatic, process, political, and temporal dimensions of policy evaluation Invites readers to examine the role of institutional, cultural, and situational factors.
Designing the (Most) Mobile University: The Centrality of International Student Mobility in Luxembourg’s Higher Education Policy Discourse Education: A Study of Chinese Student E-participation in University Governance.
Xiuhan Li, Guodong Zhao Pages Original Article. Social Capital in Higher Education Partnerships: A Case Study of. Regionalism Purpose on This report is one in a series of policy focus reports published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy to address timely public policy issues relating to land use planning and development, land markets and property taxation.
Each report is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice by combining. Regionalism definitely impacts politics as days of collation government and alliances are taking place. Regional demands become national demands, policies are launched to satisfy regional demands and generally those are extended to all pockets of country, hence national policies are now dominated by regional demands.
E.g. Studying higher education regionalism means to distinguish between intra-regional initiatives (within one geographical region) and inter-regional initiatives (between at least two geographical regions).
With these points of departure, we proposed a heuristic framework to study higher education regionalism along these three dimensions. Regionalism and the State: NAFTA and Foreign Policy Convergence - Google Books Empirically rich with highly detailed case studies on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), this comprehensive volume studies the relationship between regionalism and state behaviour.Regionalism Books Showing of Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development (Paperback) by.
Mark Beeson (shelved 3 times as regionalism) Choices: Inside the Making of India's Foreign Policy (Hardcover) by. Shivshankar Menon. The Handbook presents some of the latest theoretical reflections on regionalism and federalism and then moves on to discuss cases of both regionalism and federalism in key countries chosen from the world’s macro-regions.
Assembling this wide range of case studies allows the book to present a general picture of current trends in territorial governance.