4 edition of East Asian higher education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Albert H. Yee.|
|Series||Issues in higher education, Issues in higher education (Oxford, England)|
|Contributions||Yee, Albert H.|
|LC Classifications||LA1143 .E27 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||94031683|
The changing roles of East Asian higher education in a new global environment have implications for academics and policy-makers who not only wish but also need to understand the most recent developments and future prospects of higher education from an East Asian point of view. 0In this book, authors from a wide variety of cultural and academic. Get this from a library! Globalization and higher education in East Asia. [Richard James; Ka-Ho Mok;] -- "This volume examines how various East Asian governments in general and education institutions in particular have responded to the impact of globalization. The contributors, all leading scholars in.
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International relations in East Asia (IREA) have experienced significant changes since the early twentieth century. The impact many countries in East Asia now have in world politics, international security, the global economy and development, and global governance is far greater than it ever was. Acknowledgements. I would like to thank Professor Gi-Wook Shin, Director of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University, and Professor Matsubara Takatoshi, Director of the Center for Asia Pacific Future Studies at Kyushu University (CAFS), for hosting an international conference on Internationalisation and Development in East Asian Higher Education, through.
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East Asian Higher Education: Traditions and Transformations puts East Asian sociopolitical developments in new light by providing new and little-known materials which will be welcomed by researchers in the field.
Nineteen scholars cover Burma, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, North Korea, The Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and by: From the higher education 'hubs' of Singapore and Hong Kong to a regional university in western China, this valuable collection of case studies brings into sharp focus how diverse, expanding universities of the East Asian region are mobilizing to create from their own educational heritages and 'borrowed' cultural, social, economic, and.
Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher Education was awarded 1st place in the Annual Comparative and International Education Society's Higher Education SIG in the category Best in Book for academic year.
Keywords. This book received 1st place in the 2nd Annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Higher Education SIG (HE-SIG) Best in Books for the academic year.
This book examines issues that have emerged as higher education systems and individual institutions across East Asia confront and adapt to the changing economic.
This book discusses mass higher education development in East Asian countries by means of three main issues: the strategy for higher education development; the way professors and students in the region are experiencing the rapid developments; and the challenges imposed by mass higher education.
His recent book publications include University Rankings (), Institutionalization of World-Class University in Global Competition (), Teaching and Research in Contemporary Higher Education (), The Future of the Post-Massified University at the Crossroads (), The Dynamics of Higher Education Development in East Asia (), Mass.
Develops new and intriguing insights into globalization theory and internationalization practice, expanding the investigation of East Asian values and contexts in comparison and separate from Western-dominant thoughts of globalization and internationalization in higher education.
This book examines four theses regarding Asian higher education and development: interplay between cultural traditions, economic development, globalization, and the evolution of the 'hybrid' university.
Top scholars evaluate these hypotheses and determine the elements shaping the history and present circumstances of Asia-Pacific higher education. One of the most important implications for international cooperation in Asian higher education is the growth of the private sector.
Across Asia, more than 35% of higher education students enroll in the private sector, and almost 60% of the region’s Higher Educations Institutions (HEIs) are. East Asia’s rapidly changing role in international security, the global economy, development and global governance are expertly accounted for in this much-needed, state-of-the-art text.
Xiaoming Huang offers an engaging and informed account of the key concepts, issues and actors working in this area. Ranging from the region’s history, to culture and a comparative assessment of the region.
“The purpose of the book is to take an in-depth and holistic look at the internationalization of higher education in East Asia. It is a valuable resource for students and scholars who seek to broaden their knowledge of international and comparative higher cturer: Springer.
However, while much progress has been made over the past 10 years, indicators still point to serious education and human-resource shortfalls at all levels throughout the region, a reality that could dampen Asia’s lofty economic aspirations. This section highlights major education challenges and trends in developing Asia and the Pacific.
The rise in demand for higher education in the Asia-Pacific region is an undeniable reflection of the growing pace of globalization and the subsequent pressures imposed by it.
Aspiring to become globally competitive and to position favourably in the global university league tables, governments in Asia have either engaged in a serious quest to become a regional education hub or they have. Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher Education was awarded 1st place in the Annual Comparative and International Education Society\'s Higher Education SIG in the category Best in Book for academic year.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Adaptation of Mainland Postgraduate Students to Hong Kong.
This book assesses the impact of globalization on the education systems of key East Asian countries, including China, Hong Kong, Japan, and the "tiger economies" of South Korea, Taiwan and. In East Asia, higher education has relied heavily on private and marketized forces in its rapid development process.
At the same time, state governments have introduced strong initiatives especially in upgrading the global positioning of their flagship universities through Brand: Springer Netherlands. This Asian Higher Education Outlook (AHEO) series is produced in collaboration with the Asian Universities Alliance (AUA), a network of 15 leading universities.
This book focuses on education innovation in the world’s biggest higher education region. With contributions from every AUA university, t. Macmillian Higher Education. main-content. Top. Back to the search result list print. Table of Contents insite.
Search insite. Print print share. previous chapter Book International Relations of East Asia Print ISBN: Housing more than half of the global population, Asia is a region characterised by increasingly diverse forms of migration and mobility.
Offering a wide-ranging overview of the field of Asian migrations, this new handbook therefore seeks to examine and evaluate the flows of movement within Asia, as well as into and out of the continent. We now arrive at the last issue on this subject: how East Asia relates to the world system of international relations.
This is an important topic for Macmillian Higher Education Book International Relations of East Asia Print ISBN:. Education in South-East Asia is a comprehensive critical reference guide to education in South East Asia.
With chapters written by an international team of leading regional education experts, the book explores the education systems of the ten member states of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the state of Timor-Leste. The diverse range and forms of culture, religion and.
Higher education’s positive response to the book’s call to action will provide much desired change to increase the voice and visibility of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders within and outside of the classroom on college and university campuses.” —JACINTA TITIALII-ABBOTT, chair, Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund.This book examines issues that have emerged as higher education systems and individual institutions across East Asia confront and adapt to the changing economic, social, and educational environments in which they now operate.
The book’s focus is on how higher education systems learn from each other.