Journal article

After globalization: emerging politics of education

S Marginson

Journal of Education Policy | TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 1999

Abstract

Globalization refers to the formation of world systems, as distinct from internationalization which presupposes nations as the essential unit. Globalization includes finance and trade; communications and information technologies; migration and tourism; global societies; linguistic, cultural and ideological convergence; and world systems of signs and images. While it does not negate the nation-state, it changes its circumstances and potentials. In the global era, government continues to be largely national in form, and education is, if anything, more central to government, while issues of identity and difference become more important in the politics of education. © 1999 Taylor & Francis Group..

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