Researching Education Policy in a Globalized World: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations
by Bob Lingard - 2009
Globalization means that we have to reconsider the ways we do education policy analysis. This is because changes as a result of globalization have had an impact on policy and policy production in education. These changes include: the rescaling of contemporary politics (Brenner, 2004); the move from government to governance (Rhodes, 1997; Roseneau, 1997); and the effects of those processes on the object of education policy analysis, namely, policy and policy processes. These changes and their effects have implications for theory and methodology for doing education policy analysis.
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