Lower (Gymnasion) and higher (Lyceon) secondary school in Greece: Findings of a longitudinal study with some comparative references especially to the German system of education

“Lower (Gymnasion) and higher (Lyceon) secondary school in Greece: Findings of a longitudinal study with some comparative references especially to the German system of education” Panayotis Xohellis Page 9-38 Abstract Professor Xohelis presents in this article the main findings of a longitudinal research performed at the secondary school level in Greece over the last 20 […]

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Academic and Professional Acknowledgement of degrees obtained abroad: A comparative analysis

“Academic and Professional Acknowledgement of degrees obtained abroad: A comparative analysis ” George Psacharopoulos Page 131-160 Abstract The main theme of this paper, which consists of three parts, is whether comparison is a special method or rather the basic logical procedure by which cognitive statements about reality are tested. In the first part, the main […]

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Citizenship education in the post cold war era: Problems of pedagogical legitimization

“Citizenship education in the post cold war era: Problems of pedagogical legitimization” Athanassios Gotovos Page 67-129 Abstract Globalization processes have an impact on education to the extent that curricula and institutional structures at the national level cannot any longer be just a matter of national educational policy. Economic processes associated with the globalization of the […]

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University in Late Modernity and the attempt to manipulate its ideological and institutional change

“University in Late Modernity and the attempt to manipulate its ideological and institutional change ” Dimitris Mattheou Page 43-67 Abstract It is widely accepted that extensive and rapid changes in all sectors of contemporary life have been taking place over the last two decades. Academic research has been looking into this phenomenon in an attempt […]

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Globalization and Paideia in the New Cosmopolis: A hubris or a blessing?

“Globalization and Paideia in the New Cosmopolis: A hubris or a blessing? ” Andreas Kazamias Page 13-43 Abstract First, this study refers to the contemporary discourse on globalization in its economic dynamic, highlighting certain of globalization’s key ideas and “discontents,” viz., global economies, neo-liberalism, “market fundamentalism,” “market democracy” and erosion of the public domain, possessive […]

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