Educational Studies in Europe: Amsterdam and Berlin Compared

Educational Studies in Europe: Amsterdam and Berlin Compared

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Format:  Hardback
Pages:  304
Publisher:  Berghahn Books, Incorporated
Year:  1997
ISBN:  9781571819383

Reflecting the growing integration of the European Union, this volume presents one of the results of an increasing cooperation between the education departments of Berlin, Amsterdam and London universities. The aim is to achieve a better understanding of the cultural and socio-political differences of the educational sciences and, more generally, the educational consequences and possibilities of both globalizing and pluralist developments in European countries. The areas covered include theoretical discussions of educational developments in contemporary society, education organization and policy, intercultural and integration pedagogics, education for young children as well as higher education.

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