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chapter13 ← 268 | 269 → Tavis D. Jules and Patrick Ressler Geostrategic Projection and Projectability – Suggestions for an Agenda for Future Research in a Promising Field Based on the preceding chapters as well as what has been said in the introductory chapter, we argue that it is time to revisit not only the raison d’être of small states research 711 but also the ways in which we work with smallness as an analytical category. In order to help agents in national, regional, international, and other spheres to understand the situation of individual small states

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chapter1 ← 22 | 23 → Tavis D. Jules and Patrick Ressler Is ‘Small’ Always Small and ‘Big’ Always Big? Re-Reading Educational Developments in Small (and Micro) States This volume is concerned with a topic that has only relatively recently started to attract the attention it deserves: educational developments in small states. The volume is guided by the question (i) if and how small states deal with certain policy challenges to their education systems that research has identified as particularly important for their future development, and (ii) whether there is

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Title Re-Reading Education Policy and Practice in Small States Issues of Size and Scale in the Emerging ‘Intelligent Society and Economy’ Edited by Tavis D. Jules & Patrick Ressler

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About the author About the author Tavis D. Jules is an Associate Professor of Cultural and Educational Policy at Loyola University Chicago, USA. Patrick Ressler is the Personal Advisor and Executive Assistant to the President of Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany.

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content Table of Contents Acknowledgments List of Acronyms Tables and Figures Biographies 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 Part II: Re-Thinking and Expanding the Geometries of Smallness: Does Size Matter? Rolf Straubhaar Expanding the Definition of Small States: How Rio de Janeiro

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. 2011. Bd./Vol. 22 Jason Beech: Global Panaceas, Local Realities. International Agencies and the Future of Education. 2011. Bd./Vol. 23 Jeremy Rappleye: Educational Policy Transfer in an Era of Globalization: Theory – History – Comparison. 2012. Bd./Vol. 24 Tavis Deryck Jules: Neither World Polity nor Local or National Societies. Regionalization in the Global South – the Carribean Community. 2012. Bd./Vol. 25 Cristina Alarcón: Modelltransfer im Schatten des Krieges. „Deutsche“ Bildungs- und „Preußische“ Militärreformen in Chile, 1879-1920. 2014. Bd./Vol. 26 Jason

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Path-Dependent Development of Technical and Vocational Education and Training for the Garment Industry. 2011. Bd. / Vol. 22 Jason Beech: Global Panaceas, Local Realities. International Agencies and the Future of Education. 2011. Bd. / Vol. 23 Jeremy Rappleye: Educational Policy Transfer in an Era of Globalization: Theory – History – Comparison. 2012. Bd. / Vol. 24 Tavis Deryck Jules: Neither World Polity nor Local or National Societies. Regionalization in the Global South – the Carribean Community. 2012. Bd. / Vol. 25 Cristina Alarcón: Modelltransfer im Schatten des

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Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow and the European Commission mobility grant awardee. TAVIS D. JULES is an Associate Professor of Cultural and Educational Policy at Loyola University Chicago, specifically focusing on Comparative and International Education and International Higher Education. His vast professional and academic experiences have led to research interests in regionalism and governance, transitory spaces, and policy challenges in small island developing states (SIDS). He also has written a plethora of book chapters ranging on topics from post-revolutionary higher

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situation can be exploited to draw on the comparative strength of the nearby educational models and, thus, helps to create institutional innovation. ← 147 | 148 → 325 Tavis D. Jules, “Educational Exceptionalism in Small (and Micro) States: Cooperative Educational Transfer and TVET”, in: Research in Comparative & International Education 10 (2015) 2, pp. 202–222, in particular p. 202. 326 Mohammed Kazim Bacchus, “The Education Challenges Facing Small Nation States in the Increasingly Competitive Global Economy of the Twenty-First Century”, in: Comparative Education

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: School of Education, University of the South Pacific & Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO, 2010); Michael Crossley & Keith Holmes, “Challenges for Educational Research: International Development, Partnerships and Capacity Building in Small States”, in: Oxford Review of Education 27 (2001) 3, pp. 395–409. 84 Peter Mayo, “Editorial: Comparative and International Perspectives on Education in Small States”, in: Special Issue of Comparative Education 44 (2008) 2, pp. 121–124; Tavis D. Jules, “Education in Small States: Fragilities, Vulnerabilities, and Strengths