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グローバル教育効果と日本:新たな境界と同一化の実践

The Global Education Effect and Japan : Constructing New Borders and Identification Practices

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(Politics of Education in Asia)

Doerr, Neriko Musha (EDT)

Routledge 2020/03
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367262181
eISBN: 9781000043259
KNPID: EY00370113
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This volume investigates the "global education effect"—the impact of global education initiatives on institutional and individual practices and perceptions—with a special focus on the dynamics of border construction, recognition, subversion, and erasure regarding "Japan". The Japanese government’s push for global education has taken shape mainly in the form of English-medium instruction programs and bringing in international students who sometimes serve as a foreign workforce to fill the declining labour force. Chapters in this volume draw from education, anthropology, sociology, linguistics, and psychology to examine the ways in which demographic changes, economic concerns, race politics, and nationhood intersect with the efforts to "globalize" education and create specific "global education effects" in the Japanese archipelago.

This book will provide a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in Japanese studies and global education.

Table of Contents

Series Editors’ Foreword
List of figures
List of tables

Part I Settings
Chapter 1. Introduction: Borders, Japan, and Global Education Effect (Neriko Musha Doerr)
Chapter 2. Tracing the Developments of the “Global Education Effect” in Japanese Higher Education: Discourses, Policy, and Practice (Gregory Poole, Hiroshi Ota, and Mako Kawano)
Chapter 3. Japan’s New “Immigration” Policy and the Society’s Responses (Uichi Kamiyoshi)

Part II Tracing Effects
Chapter 4. “Ryūgakusei” as Students, Workers or Migrants? Multiple Meanings and Borders of the International Students in Japan (Miloš Debnár)
Chapter 5. Global Education’s Outcomes and Improvement: The Role of Social Markers of Acceptance in Constructing Japanese Identity and Ingroup Boundaries (Adam Komisarof)
Chapter 6. “Post Study Abroad Students,” “Never Study Abroad Students,” and the Politics of Belonging: The Global Education Effect of Japan’s English-Medium Campus (Neriko Musha Doerr, Gregory Poole, and Roy Hedrick III)
Chapter 7. Translanguaging Practices within an Ideology of Monolingualism: Two Autoethnographic Perspectives (Ngọc Anh Đỗ and Gregory Poole)

Part III Projects for Transformations
Chapter 8. Refracting Global Imaginations through Collaborative Autoethnography and Teaching: Reflections from Two “Border Crossing”/“Returnee” Academics in Japan (Yuki Imoto and Tomoko Tokunaga)
Chapter 9. “The Sea”: Benefits of Discussing Controversial Issues in Second/Foreign Language Teaching (Saeri Yamamoto)
Chapter 10. “Ekkyō bungaku” as crossing the border of language: Implications for learners of Japanese (Yuri Kumagai)
Chapter 11. Use of the Border Dynamics for Educational Purposes (Yuko Abe)
Chapter 12. Conclusion: Global Education Effects and Future Directions (Neriko Musha Doerr)

Index