Globalisation: Australian-Asian Perspectives by Cynthia Vanden Driesen,T. Vijay Kumar

By Cynthia Vanden Driesen,T. Vijay Kumar

The booklet comprises essays in line with papers offered on the 5th overseas convention of the organization for the research of Australasia in Asia (ASAA) organised in collaboration with Osmania college Centre for foreign Programmes (OUCIP), Hyderabad in Dec 2011. It bargains wide-ranging views at the complicated phenomenon of globalisation that's explored from a number of standpoints through members drawn from various nations. because the members also are situated inside diversified pedagogical and experiential frameworks, their stories supply a multiplicity of insights into the effect of globalisation and its various ramifications throughout various educational fields, geographic areas, and social contexts.

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