Edward B. Beauchamp Introduction to Comparative Education
Part I. Ways of Thinking about Comparative Education
Chapter 1 Robert Cowen Comparing Futures or Comparing Pasts?
Chapter 2 Rolland Paulston, A Spatial Turn in Comparative Education Constructing a Social Cartography of Difference
Chapter 3 Zebun N. Ahmed Mapping Rural Women's Perspectives on Nonformal Educational Experiences
Chapter 4 Ronald Price Comparative Education Redefined?
Chapter 5 Edmund King Education Revised for a World in Transformation
Part II. Equity and Justice in Education
Chapter 6 Robin J. Burns and Robert Aspeslagh Peace Education and the Comparative Study of Education
Chapter 7 M.K. Bacchus Education for Development and Social Justice in the Third World
Chapter 8 Irving Epstein Reflections Upon Issues of Class and Inequality in Chinese Education
Chapter 9 Lynn Ilon The Effects of International Economic Trends on Gender Equality in Schooling
Chapter 10 Cynthia B. Lloyd, Barbara S. Mensch, and Wesley H. Clark The Effects of Primary School Quality on School Dropout Among Kenyan Girls and Boys
Chapter 11 Cheng Kai-mingQualitative Research and Educational Policy-Making: Approaching the Reality in Developing Countries
Chapter 12 Cheng Kai-ming Can Educational Values Be Borrowed?
Chapter 13 Abby Rubin Riddell Reforms of Educational Efficiency and Quality in Developing Countries: An Overview
Chapter 14 K.M. Lewin Education in Emerging Asia: Patterns, Policies, and the Future in the 21st Century
Chapter 15 Rasma Karlins Ethnic Integrationand School Policies in Latvia
Part IV. Teachers and Teaching
Chapter 16 Jayne Howell "This Job is Harder Than It Looks": Rural Oaxacan Women Explain Why They Became Teachers
Chapter 17 Maria Nagy Teacher Training in Central Europe: Recent Developments
Chapter 18 R. Kh. Gil'Meeva The Teacher's Professionalism in the Sociological Dimension
Chapter 19 Alan Reid, Faye McCallum and Rosie Dobbins Teachers as Political Actors
Chapter 20 Hua Yang Work Roles and Norms for Teachers in Japan and the United States