Please click on the above image to access a recording of the January 31, 2012 webinar “Ethnography and the Research Agenda for Studying Globalization and Education” co-sponsored by the CIES Globalization & Education SIG and the Center for Comparative Education at Loyola University Chicago.
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In Spring 2012 several guest bloggers contributed entries to the CCE blog on the issues discussed during this webinar.
Please see the following entries:
February 10th, 2012 **This guest blog entry was written by Kathryn Anderson-Levitt (UCLA)** During our January 31 webinar on “Ethnography and the Research Agenda for Studying Globalization and Education,” I argued that some of us should use ethnographic methods to study the construction of global culture…
February 10th, 2012 ** This guest blog entry was written by Kathryn Anderson-Levitt (UCLA) ** During the January 31 Webinar participants typed in lots of probing questions, many more than we could address on the spot. One set of questions addressed ethnography and the time crunch…
February 10th, 2012 ** By Noah W. Sobe ** At one moment in the recent CCE / G&E SIG webinar Prof. Anderson-Levitt made mention of Guy Vincent’s work on the notion of the forme scolaire and the finding that increasingly — at least in middle class homes in certain cultural settings — parents seem to be more and more interacting with their children in ….