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Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice: Challenges for Higher Education

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Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice: Challenges for Higher Education

Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice: Challenges for Higher Education by Suzanne Young, Katie Strudwick
English | PDF | 2022 | 277 Pages | ISBN : 3031148983 | 4.5 MB

This book addresses the challenges within teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice, for students studying and academics involved in designing and delivering courses at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. The book highlights a number of contemporary issues through a wide context of themes and reflections of practice. The chapters are arranged in thematic parts: firstly ‘the challenges of diversity and inclusion’ secondly ‘challenges of creating authentic learning environments', and lastly ‘the challenge of creating transformative conversation’. These themes discuss different teaching approaches and present materials which address questions relevant for meeting the challenges.

Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities

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Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities

Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities
by Christie Schultz
English | 2022 | ISBN: 3031171845 | 166 Pages | True ePUB | 0.38 MB

International Student Mobilities and Voices in the Asia-Pacific: Letters to Coronavirus

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International Student Mobilities and Voices in the Asia-Pacific: Letters to Coronavirus

International Student Mobilities and Voices in the Asia-Pacific: Letters to Coronavirus by Yi’En Cheng
English | PDF,EPUB | 2022 | 266 Pages | ISBN : 9811936749 | 44 MB

This edited volume explores core questions on education and transnational mobility in a time characterized by a global pandemic, recasting them through the lenses of regimes, experiences, and aspirations. The volume brings together 19 short essays in the form of letters addressed to the coronavirus and written by international students , together with nine striking illustrations that depict emotive scenes from the essays, and nine academic commentaries that analytically link these personal narratives to broader societal structures. This book represents a timely intervention, providing an intimate glimpse into young people’s hopes and the challenges they face concerning their education and mobility.

Historically Underrepresented Faculty and Students in Education Abroad : Wandering Where We Belong

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Historically Underrepresented Faculty and Students in Education Abroad : Wandering Where We Belong

Historically Underrepresented Faculty and Students in Education Abroad : Wandering Where We Belong
by Devin L. Walker, Linda M. Lyons
English | 2022 | ISBN: 3031130553 | 333 Pages | True ePUB | 3.76 MB

Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities

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Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities

Leading with Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education : Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities
by Christie Schultz
English | 2022 | ISBN: 3031171845 | 166 Pages | True PDF | 2.7 MB

The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites

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The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites

The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites by Maria Fotiadou
English | EPUB | 2022 | 300 Pages | ISBN : 3031102517 | 2.7 MB

This book employs a corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) methodology to analyse the language used by university careers services in the UK. Drawing on a corpus which includes the public-facing websites of careers services from 24 Russell Group and 34 Post-92 universities, the author highlights some of the potentially problematic 'common-sense' views and ideas that are currently promoted to students using these services. She argues that the language used by university websites promotes neoliberal ideology and encourages the denaturalisation of such language. This book will be of interest to linguists, sociologists, education scholars, and scholars who are otherwise interested in the notion of employability.

Borderlands: The Internationalisation of Higher Education Teaching Practices

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Borderlands: The Internationalisation of Higher Education Teaching Practices

Borderlands: The Internationalisation of Higher Education Teaching Practices by Deborah Lock, Andrea Caputo, Dieu Hack-Polay, Paul Igwe
English | PDF,EPUB | 2022 | 275 Pages | ISBN : 3031053389 | 7.6 MB

his book provides a critical review of the impact of international academics on teaching practices in higher education. As borders and boundaries become increasingly blurred and virtual citizenship starts to impact on ways of working, being able to teach seamlessly across cultures and political divides will be critical to ensuring a thriving higher education sector. This book captures the impact of academic mobility on teaching practices which have been informed by academics’ original cultures being modified to align with those of a host culture.

Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era

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Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era

Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era by Adnan Badran, Elias Baydoun, Joelle Mesmar
English | EPUB | 2022 | 361 Pages | ISBN : 3031075382 | 14 MB

This book presents selected case studies from the Arab world on the universities responses to the pandemic. This book will look in detail at the priorities of the higher education sector in the post-COVID-19 era and the changes that must be adopted by universities and governments. These changes will allow the higher education sector to emerge from the crisis and build short- and long-term resilience.

How Organisational Change Influences Academic Work: The Academic Predicament Model for a Conducive Work Environment

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How Organisational Change Influences Academic Work: The Academic Predicament Model for a Conducive Work Environment

How Organisational Change Influences Academic Work: The Academic Predicament Model for a Conducive Work Environment (Routledge Research in Higher Education) by Sureetha De Silva, Donna Pendergast, Christopher Klopper
2022 | ISBN: 1032158271 | English | 176 pages | PDF | 2 MB

University and School Collaborations during a Pandemic: Sustaining Educational Opportunity and Reinventing Education

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University and School Collaborations during a Pandemic: Sustaining Educational Opportunity and Reinventing Education

University and School Collaborations during a Pandemic: Sustaining Educational Opportunity and Reinventing Education by Fernando M. Reimers, Francisco J. Marmolejo
English | PDF,EPUB | 2022 | 352 Pages | ISBN : 3030821587 | 15.2 MB

Based on twenty case studies of universities worldwide, and on a survey administered to leaders in 101 universities, this book shows that, amidst the significant challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, universities found ways to engage with schools to support them in sustaining educational opportunity. In doing so, they generated considerable innovation, which reinforced the integration of the research and outreach functions of the university.

Academic Publishing: Processes and Practices for Aspiring Researchers

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Academic Publishing: Processes and Practices for Aspiring Researchers

Academic Publishing: Processes and Practices for Aspiring Researchers by David Coniam, Peter Falvey
English | PDF,EPUB | 2022 | 134 Pages | ISBN : 9811930643 | 13.2 MB

This book focuses on the topic of academic publishing. It discusses the mounting, serious problems that researchers, particularly new researchers, encounter when trying to publish their research. The book addresses the issues of publishing as well as the salient factors militating against academic publication and the mitigating factors encouraging academic publication. It provides potential solutions, suggestions, and strategies for overcoming some of these problems.

The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites

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The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites

The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites by Maria Fotiadou
English | PDF | 2022 | 300 Pages | ISBN : 3031102517 | 6.8 MB

This book employs a corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) methodology to analyse the language used by university careers services in the UK. Drawing on a corpus which includes the public-facing websites of careers services from 24 Russell Group and 34 Post-92 universities, the author highlights some of the potentially problematic 'common-sense' views and ideas that are currently promoted to students using these services. She argues that the language used by university websites promotes neoliberal ideology and encourages the denaturalisation of such language. This book will be of interest to linguists, sociologists, education scholars, and scholars who are otherwise interested in the notion of employability.

Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era

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Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era

Higher Education in the Arab World: New Priorities in the Post COVID-19 Era by Adnan Badran, Elias Baydoun, Joelle Mesmar
English | PDF | 2022 | 361 Pages | ISBN : 3031075382 | 6 MB

This book presents selected case studies from the Arab world on the universities responses to the pandemic. This book will look in detail at the priorities of the higher education sector in the post-COVID-19 era and the changes that must be adopted by universities and governments. These changes will allow the higher education sector to emerge from the crisis and build short- and long-term resilience.

Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China

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Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China

Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China by Jian Li
English | EPUB(True) | 2022 | 462 Pages | ISBN : 9811953546 | 1.5 MB

This book provides key insights into conceptualizing and contextualizing the education policy discourse model from the perspective of the internationalization of education development in China. It discusses the education policy discourse of international education with Chinese characteristics. It comprehensively covers the internationalization of education development, including the macro-perspective on the internationalization of education development in China, the quest for internationalization at home post-COVID-19, international education development in China, and mapping study abroad policy development in China. This book also explores the strategies regarding advancing the internationalization of education development in China contextually and systematically. This is a highly informative and carefully presented book, providing academic insight for readers with an interest in international education policy in China.

Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China

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Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China

Shaping Education Policy Discourse: Insights From Internationalization of Education Development in China by Jian Li
English | PDF | 2022 | 462 Pages | ISBN : 9811953546 | 6.9 MB

This book provides key insights into conceptualizing and contextualizing the education policy discourse model from the perspective of the internationalization of education development in China. It discusses the education policy discourse of international education with Chinese characteristics. It comprehensively covers the internationalization of education development, including the macro-perspective on the internationalization of education development in China, the quest for internationalization at home post-COVID-19, international education development in China, and mapping study abroad policy development in China. This book also explores the strategies regarding advancing the internationalization of education development in China contextually and systematically. This is a highly informative and carefully presented book, providing academic insight for readers with an interest in international education policy in China.