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The Resource Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region

Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region

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Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects Ser.
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v.29
Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives on Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Contents
  • Series Editors' Introduction -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction: A Sociological and Philosophical Approach to Education -- Educational Aims -- Moral Education -- Educational Policy -- East-West Dichotomy -- References -- Chapter 2: Fostering Rationality in Asian Education -- Introduction -- Rationality as a Tripartite Concept -- Arguments for Teaching Children to Be Rational -- A Pragmatic Answer to the Question "Why Be Rational?" -- Rationality as an Integral Part of Humanity -- Dependence of Morality on Rationality -- Fostering Rationality Through Philosophical Inquiry -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Redeeming Philosophy Through the Issue-{u00AD}Inquiry Approach: A Case in Hong Kong -- Introduction -- Background and the Problem -- Practice on Policy-Institutional Level -- Practice on Classroom-Instructional Level -- Practice on Student-Explorational Level -- An Interim Conclusion -- The "Baby" of Philosophy: Issue-Inquiry -- The Issue-Inquiry Approach -- Phronesis (Practical Knowledge) -- Issue-Inquiry Approach in the Light of Phronesis -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Sustainable Development as a World-view: Implications for Education -- Introduction -- Sustainable Development: Development and Environment -- Development and Environment: How to Resolve Tensions -- Technical Fix -- Value Change -- Establishing Norms: Education for Sustainable Development -- Education for Sustainable Development in Russia -- Noösphere as a World-view -- Norms -- Current Developments -- Ecological Education -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: The Water Margin, Moral Degradation, and the Virtue of Zhixing -- Liu: The Doors to Hell -- Cultural Confrontation, Moral Degradation, and Literary Criticism -- The Nature of Zhixing -- Wu Song's Virtue -- The Paradox of Moral Education -- References
  • Chapter 6: Teachers as Translators in Asian Religious Education -- Context of This Study -- Translation Paradigms as Defining Tools -- Reconstructing Paul's Curriculum in Romans -- Connecting Paul's Curriculum to Contemporary Learners -- Developing Curriculums for Learners -- Developing Learning and Teaching Resources -- CTP Roman Verses -- Features of the CTP Understanding About Rom 14:12 -- Teaching Methods/Pedagogies -- Immediate Reflections on the Process and the Outcomes -- Knowledge Transferability and the Way Forward -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Reflections on Our Individual and Collective Identities as Persons in the World -- Introduction -- On Being a Person -- Quantitative and Qualitative Identity -- Language -- Persons and Supra-persons -- Supra-persons and Qualitative Identity -- Persons, Morality, and Education -- The Community of Inquiry -- References -- Chapter 8: A Matrix Approach to Language Policy Analysis: The Case of Hong Kong -- The Context of Hong Kong -- The Ferguson Tollefson Matrix -- The 1997 Policy -- Review of the Guidance -- Fine-Tuning (2009) -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 9: Internationalisation of Education in Hong Kong: Practice and Challenges -- Globalisation and International Education -- Internationalisation in Hong Kong Education -- Internationalisation of Higher Education in Hong Kong -- Establishment of International Schools in Hong Kong -- The International Baccalaureate Programme in Hong Kong -- Catering for Learning of Non-Chinese-Speaking Children -- Support Provided to Students to Learn English -- Cultivating an International Perspective in Students -- New Challenge to the Internationalisation of Hong Kong Education -- References -- Chapter 10: Glocalisation of English Language Education: Comparison of Three Contexts in East Asia -- Introduction -- Case Study: Hong Kong
  • English in the School Curriculum -- The Context -- Historical Background: Relationship Between English and Hong Kong -- Current Context -- Case Study: Japan -- English in the School Curriculum -- The Context -- Historical Background: Relationship Between English and Japan -- Current Context -- Case Study: South Korea -- English in the School Curriculum -- The Context -- Historical Background: Relationship Between English and Korea -- Current Context -- Discussion: Glocalisation of the ELE and Its Implications -- References -- Chapter 11: Re-envisioning Teacher Education Programmes for International Students: Towards an Emancipatory and Transformative Educational Stance -- Global Trends, Epistemologies and Teacher Education Programmes (TEPs) -- Culture-Bound Epistemologies and Pedagogical Practices -- Epistemological and Pedagogical Struggles -- Contextual (Ir)Relevance and Self-Marginalisation -- Path to Emancipation -- Summary -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: Does Confucianism Hinder Critical Thinking in Education? -- Introduction -- Confucianism and Rationalism -- Is Confucianism Rational? -- Analogical Argumentation in Confucianism -- Logicality and Rationality in Confucianism -- Confucian Rationalism -- Rational Norms of Confucianism -- Communicative Rationality of Confucianism -- Implications for Critical Thinking -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13: The Confucian View of Lifelong Learning: Relevancy to the Teaching and Learning of Older Adults -- Introduction -- The Notion of Lifelong Learning -- The Confucian View of Lifelong Learning -- Relevancy of the Confucian View of Learning to Lifelong Learning by Older Adults -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14: Asian Education and Asia as Method -- Introduction -- Asia and the Rest -- Asia as Method in Content, Curriculum, and Pedagogy
  • Inter-referencing Strategy and Critical Syncretism -- Non-Western Knowledge Production -- Education for Asian Citizenry -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Index
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