55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society 2011-Apr-30 to 2011-May-06

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GROUP 1. After apology: Public education as redress for Japanese American and Canadian internment
 Wood, Alexandra.

GROUP 1. Connecting citizenship, language, and literacy for refugee students: A comparative case study
 Quaynor, Laura.

GROUP 1. Growth as product and as process: Student learning outcomes (un)achieved through college experiences in China
 Cen, Yuhao.

GROUP 1. I want to have a good future: Schooling, development, and rural girls' aspirations in northwestern China
 Wang, Lei.

GROUP 1. Mixed-methods study of higher education access in Georgia: Equal treatment of unequal people
 Chankseliani, Maia.

GROUP 1. Pedagogues of Possibility? Primary educators and their role in curriculum reform in post-conflict Timor-Leste
 Shah, Ritesh.

GROUP 1. Rationalizing professional development, teacher beliefs, perceptions, and practice in the context of rural primary schools: Kenya
 Ngundi, James.

GROUP 1. School-going girls in Kono, Sierra Leone: What do they think about schooling?
 Hale, Jordene.

GROUP 1. The impact of gender equity policies in Mexican higher education: A case study
 Sanchez Cruz, Elida.

GROUP 1. The right to believe, the right to learn: The BIHE as a social movement concerning minority rights in Iran
 Sattarzadeh, Sahar.

GROUP 1. The role of capabilities in girls’ education in India: A multilevel modeling study
 Godbole, Pragati.

GROUP 1. Where does learning live? Comparing the effects of computer-based learning for individuals, classrooms, and communities
 DeBoer, Jennifer.

GROUP 2. Chinese rural migrant children’s experiences in urban public schools from a cultural capital framework
 Yiu, Lisa.

GROUP 2. Crossing borders and transforming expectations: The school experiences of recent immigrant children
 Bolt, Alicia.

GROUP 2. Cultural pluralism in Indonesian higher education
 Logli, Chiara.

GROUP 2. Examining technical efficiency lower secondary schools in Uganda
 James, Wokadala.

GROUP 2. Factors influencing teachers' readiness to implement: The strengthening of mathematics and science secondary education(SMASSE) innovations in Nyeri, Kenya
 Ndirangu, Caroline.

GROUP 2. Factors that influence teacher performance and effectiveness in the implementation of free primary education in public primary schools in Kenya
 Imonje, Rosemary.

GROUP 2. Gender bias in intrahousehold educational expenditures in Malaysia
 Kenayathulla, Husaina.

GROUP 2. High school access and completion by indigenous students in three towns of Oaxaca, Mexico
 de la Cruz Orozco, Ivania.

GROUP 2. History education and the construction of national identity in Iran: Textbooks, classrooms, and students historical memory
 Soltan Zadeh, Maryam.

GROUP 2. Reading the world, the globe, and the cosmos: The role of literature in educating for twenty-first century citizenship capacities
 Choo, Suzanne.

GROUP 2. The impact of the discourses of a study-abroad program to China on its participants’ knowledge development of China
 Yang, Li.

GROUP 2. Three papers on schooling, gender attitudes, and interventions to promote gender equity in Egypt and India
 Levtov, Ruti.

GROUP 3. Community involvement among marginalized youth
 Dierker, Beth.

GROUP 3. Cultural implications of obesity in urban China: The need for health education
 Patrick Singer, Kerri.

GROUP 3. Does private school competition improve public scchool performance? The case of Nepal
 Thapa, Amrit.

GROUP 3. Organization headquarters and field staff perceptions during implementation of education programs in Southern Sudan
 Eschenbacher, Heidi.

GROUP 3. Power and participation in Canadian education aid to Haiti
 Pluim, Gary.

GROUP 3. Secondary effects: The private market for government education in Siem Reap, Cambodia
 Harris-Van Keuren, Christine.

GROUP 3. Stakeholders’ influence on school contributions to social cohesion in post-conflict societies: A case study of Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Komatsu, Taro.

GROUP 3. Student agency amidst structural constraints: How Ukrainian orphans negotiate their decision-making about future academic and career endeavors
 Korzh, Alla.

GROUP 3. The Chicago State University-Ghana teaching and learning materials program: An Investigation into the effectiveness of the Train-the-Trainer model
 Ford, Nicole.

GROUP 3. Vertical and horizontal analysis of education management decentralization in El Salvador: The case of EDUCO
 Edwards, Brent.

GROUP 3. Video as pedagogy: Implications for non-formal education for marginalized youth in Rio de Janeiro
 Hafemeister, Bryn.

GROUP 4. Changing trends in the flow of international human capital: From the perspective of foreign-trained PhD Chinese in Australia, Britain, and America
 Zhou, Tinghua. and Wang, Xuhong.

GROUP 4. Global policy, local politics: The genealogy of quality assessment in Thailand’s higher education
 Lao, Rattana.

GROUP 4. What is an academic profession for university part-time faculty? Learning from the Chilean case
 Berrios, Paulina.

Gandhian wisdom in the classroom: Teaching nonviolence to teachers and students
 Bracho, Christian.

Gender access to opportunities in the university system in Africa
 Agunloye, Irene.

Gender and Tamil Heritage language education
 Coffin, Maggie.

Gender and access to education in rural China: Old stories and new developments
 Cherng, Sebastian. and Hannum, Emily.

Gender and democracy in national laws of education in Latin America: A comparative study of Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
 Gomez Caride, Ezequiel.

Gender and education in Tajikistan: Factors hindering or limiting rural girls’ educational opportunities and experiences in upper secondary school
 Janigan, Kara.

Gender and education, between promise and progress: Considering the findings of the UIS Global Education Digest
 Stromquist, Nelly., Bagnall, Janet., Maslak, MaryAnn., Hannum, Emily. and Craissati, Dina.

Gender differences in tertiary education student profiles in Latvia
 Cunska, Zane.

Gender disparities in primary education: The case of 4 Sub-Saharan African countries
 Thiam, Mamadou. and Ruano, Carlos.

Gender equality in education: A challenge for India
 Sindhi, Ayaz.

Gender equity in Education for Rural Transformation: Issues of equity and access using case studies of four elementary schools in Vadodara District in Gujarat, India
 Dutt, Khaleda.

Gender inequity issues in secondary education in the Gambia
 Njie, Haddy.

Gender, education and poverty: The role of selected Non-Governmental Organizations in enhancing access to education in Kenya
 Makinda, Herbert. and Yates, Chris.

Gender, education, and childrearing among single-child families in Dalian City, China: FIndings from a longitudinal mixed-method study (1997-2010)
 Fong, Vanessa.

Gender, education, and development: Longitudinal and comparative findings from the Shaanxi Spring Bud Project from 2000-2010
 Wang, Lei. and Lou, Jingjing.

Gender, education, poverty, and global social justice: Negotiating the implementation of MDG2 and 3
 Unterhalter, Elaine.

Gendered roles, principal-teacher relationships, school climate, and instructional leadership activity: A cross-national analysis using TALIS 2008
 Wiseman, Alexander. and Jackson, Karen.

General education implementation in Hong Kong: An institutional theory analysis of system-level change
 Wang, Xiaoyan. and Gano-Phillips, Susan.

Geographic inequalities and access to education in Mathare Valley, Nairobi, Kenya
 Carr, Ashley.

Geography, the lived subject: An experience of school geography and its methods in contemporary settings
 Ang, Ling See.

Geostrategic countercurrents of globalization: Higher education networks in Russia and Eurasia and the role of "Soft Power" in modernization strategies
 Johnson, Mark.

Getting governments to educate for civic purposes
 Reimers, Fernando.

Getting ready for school in the Chittagong Hill Tracts: A comparative analysis of mother-tongue- and national-language-based preschools in Adivasi communities
 Vijayakumar, Gowri.

Ghana’s north-south divide and its impact on free compulsory universal basic education
 Moses, Margaret.

Girls complaining : A study of where and how girls articulate obstacles to completing schooling in Northern Tanzania
 Unterhalter, Elaine., Heslop, Jo. and Kachecheba, Stanley.

Girls just wanta have fun: Compulsory schooling, girls’ empowerment and two economies
 Seeberg, Vilma.

Girls schooling and conflict: The case of Somalia
 Moyi, Peter.

Girls' education in the diaspora as an agent of change: An Afghan minority in Pakistan
 Changezi, Sofie. and Biseth, Heidi.

Global Ed 2.0: Critical socio-cultural perspectives and online learning
 Norman, Verity.

Global citizenship and human rights: A longitudinal analysis of social studies and ethics textbooks in the Republic of Korea
 Moon, Rennie.

Global city as a unit of analysis in research on the internationalization of higher education
 Oleksiyenko, Anatoly.

Global classroom initiative: Enhancing cultural understanding with collaborative technology tools
 Nikic, Svetlana. and Slapac, Alina.

Global competition in higher education: Strategies in a glonacal context
 Portnoi, Laura. and Bagley, Sylvia.

Global educators' personal attribution of global-mindedness
 Carano, Kenneth.

Global empowerment through north-south youth encounters? Empirical findings about learning in an increasingly borderless world
 Krogull, Susanne.

Global feminisms, globalization theories, and the local spaces of the Tibetan girl child
 Lu, Linda.

Global frames, local aims: International educational transfer and reform in Albania
 Gardinier, Meg.

Global governance and public-private partnerships in education
 Draxler, Alexandra.

Global learning events: The Catholic Church and the first two parliaments of religions, 1893 and 1993
 Parra, Carlos.

Global living-learning communities: Two case studies
 Logli, Chiara.

Global multiculturalism and decolonial frameworks: Toward liberatory relational pedagogies for local-global contexts
 Sprecher, Katharine.

Global perspective on education equity
 Porta, Emilio.

Global perspectives on overcoming the gender gap in STEM fields
 Frances, Carol.

Global policy discourses and equity education
 Rezai-Rashti, Goli.

Global quality assurance in the World Bank "Education Strategy 2020"
 Collins, Christopher.

Global rankings as a constraint on liberatory postsecondary educational practices
 Pusser, Brian. and Marginson, Simon.

Global trends, global consequences: The changing destinations of cross-border students from the People's Republic of China
 Ghazarian, Peter.

Globalization and citizenship education in Japan: Fostering global mythologies of autonomy and equality
 Dawson, Walter.

Globalization and curricular decentralization in Asia: Responding to international trends while respecting local realities
 Bjork, Chris.

Globalization and paradigm and ideology shifts in education
 Daun, Holger.

Globalization and the construction of the "citizen": The case of teacher education and professional
 Karras, Konstantinos.

Globalization ideology and the politics of education reforms: Community colleges and their global counterparts
 Raby, Rosalind.

Globalization influences, internal crises: South Africa’s ongoing educational transformation conundrum
 Brook Napier, Diane.

Globalization, and exploring wars of aggression in U.S. history textbooks
 Arenas, Alberto.

Globalization, diversity, and education
 Arnove, Robert.

Globalization, ideology and comparative education
 Regnault, Elisabeth.

Globalization, ideology and education policy reforms
 Zajda, Rea. and Zajda, Joseph.

Globalization, ideology and the politics of history school textbooks: A comparative analysis
 Zajda, Joseph.

Globalization, ideology, and educational reform: Generating an effective and progressive counter discourse
 Goodman, Jesse.

Globalization, neoliberal education reform and the achievement gap
 Martino, Wayne. and Rezai-Rashti, Goli.

Globalization, transnational policies and adult education
 Milana, Marcella.

Governance and leadership: Impact of institutional design on school leader autonomy in Germany and the United States
 Meyer, Heinz-Dieter.

Governance and school leadership in Chile
 Anderson, Steven.

Governance structure of For-Profit Institutions in the Middle States of the United States
 Zhang, Chunyue.

Government policies on quality of private higher education: Thailand in regional perspective
 Praphamontripong, Prachayani.

Grade 5 national assessment results and factors influencing school performance
 Ferdous, Abdullah.

Grade repetition as an issue of educational justice: A comparative analysis of alternative strategies in Brazil and Argentina
 Gvirtz, Silvina., Barudi, Ana Laura. and Pasolini, María Dolores.

Graduate skills and employment: An international comparison
 Murdoch, Jake.

Graduate studies abroad and students’ return intentions: The case of massive brain drain from public universities of Iran
 Soltan Zadeh, Maryam. and Farhangi, Sanaz.

Growth and challenges in Ghana's higher education sector
 Tsevi, Linda.

Guanxi exclusion in China: Parental involvement and rural students’ college access
 Xie, Ailei.
55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society 2011-Apr-30 to 2011-May-06
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