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Negotiating the Global and National: Immigrant and Dominant-Culture Adolescents’ Vocabularies of Citizenship in a Transnational World


by John P. Myers & Husam A. Zaman - 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 11, 2009, p. 2589-2625
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15445, Date Accessed: 11/15/2019 10:04:17 AM
 
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  • John Myers
    University of Pittsburgh
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    JOHN P. MYERS is an assistant professor of social studies education in the Department of Instruction and Learning at the University of Pittsburgh. He received his PhD in 2005 from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto in curriculum, teaching and learning, with a specialization in comparative and international education. Currently, he is director of the University of Pittsburgh site of the UNESCO Transatlantic Slave Trade Project. His research interests focus on education for global citizenship, globalization and education, cross-cultural approaches to citizenship education, human rights education, and political discourse in the classroom. Recent publications include "Citizenship Education Practices of Teachers Active in Social Movement and Formal Politics in Porto Alegre, Brazil and Toronto, Canada,” Comparative Education Review (2007), and “Making Sense of a Globalizing World: Adolescents’ Explanatory Frameworks for Poverty,” Theory and Research in Social Education (2008).
  • Husam Zaman
    Taibah University
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    HUSAM A. ZAMAN is an assistant professor of comparative education at Taibah University. He received his PhD in 2006 from the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Administration and Policy Studies. Currently, he is Chair of Foundations of the Education Department and founding director of the Quality and Accreditation Center at Taibah University. His research interests include citizenship education, socialization agents in higher education, higher education policy, and quality in higher education. He is the author of “Escaping From the Classroom: Teachers’ Attrition in Saudi Arabia” and “Vouchers in Higher Education: A Proposal for Expanding Higher Education Enrollment in Saudi Arabia,” both by the Ministry of Higher Education of Saudi Arabia (2007).
 
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