Global education and national identity



Title Global education and national identity: in pursuit of meaning
Author(s) Graham Pike
Journal Theory into Practice
Date 2000
Volume 39
Issue 2
Start page 64
End page 73
Abstract Suggests that the influence of national culture on dominant characterizations of global education may be at odds with a movement that attempts to portray the borderlessness of today's world. The article discusses common threads and national distinctiveness in perceptions of global education, examines the derivation of meaning in global education, and presents a framework of influence for global education. (SM)

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