Issues of Size and Scale in the Emerging «Intelligent Society and Economy»
Edited By Tavis D. Jules and Patrick Ressler
The volume is concerned with educational developments in small and microstates, a topic that has only relatively recently started to attract the attention it deserves. It is guided by the questions (i) if and how small and microstates deal with policy challenges to their education systems that are particularly important for their future development and (ii) whether there is something like typical «small / microstate behavior.» The volume seeks to contribute to a genuinely comparative approach to education in small and microstates. Moreover, widening conventional definitions of smallness, it aims to advance research in the field not only in a thematic but also in a theoretical perspective. Overall, the volume seeks to expand our understanding of small and microstates – and by implication of big states as well –, especially regarding what is general and what is particular about their behavior.
Table of Contents
List of Acronyms
Tables and Figures
Part I: Introduction
Tavis D. Jules and Patrick Ressler
Is ‘Small’ Always Small and ‘Big’ Always Big? Re-Reading Educational Developments in Small (and Micro) States
Michael Crossley and Terra Sprague
Developing a Bigger Picture: Re-Theorising, Applying, and Extending the Education in Small States Literature
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