oa Journal of Education - The impact of globalization on education and gender: an emergent cross-national balance
|Article Title||The impact of globalization on education and gender: an emergent cross-national balance|
|© Publisher:||Wayne Hugo|
|Journal||Journal of Education|
|Affiliations||1 Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California|
|Publication Date||Jan 2005|
|Pages||7 - 36|
|Keyword(s)||2001 World Conference Against Racism, gender, Globalization, power and social relations|
This article brings together globalization and gender, two unavoidable subjects in the analysis of our contemporary world. Globalization must be considered because ï¿½it is the underlying structural dynamics that drives social, political, economic, and cultural processes around the worldï¿½ (Robinson, 2003). And gender because it is constitutive of most social relations and a common ground on which to construct power on a daily basis. Though gender might work as a contingent element of reality, it is present in all spheres of society and most moments of social life.
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