- Lingard, Bob.
- Ozga, Jennifer.
- 041534574X (pbk. : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Contents -- Introduction: Bob Lingard and Jenny Ozga: Reading Education Policy and Politics -- Section 1: The Global Framing of Education Policy and Politics -- 1. Yeatman, A. Postmodernity and Revisioning the Political. -- 2. Rizvi, F. Debating Globalization and Education after September 11. -- 3. Ball S.J. Big Policies, Small World: an introduction to international perspectives in education policy. -- 4. Dale, R. Specifying globalization effects on national policy: a focus on the mechanisms. -- 5. Lingard R and Ozga J. Governing Education: Educational Politics and Policy. -- Section 2: Vernacular Politics, Policies and Processes -- 6. Luke, A. After the Marketplace: Evidence, Social Science and Educational Research. -- 7. Taylor, S. and Henry, M Globalization and Educational Policymaking: A Case Study. -- 8. Lundahl L . Swedish, European, Global: the transformation of the Swedish Welfare State. -- 9. Marginson, S. National and Global Competition in Higher Education. -- 10. Selwyn, N and Brown, P. Education, Nation States and the Globalization of Information Networks. -- 11. Gewirtz, S Dickson M Power S Unravelling a 'spun' policy: a case study of the constitutive role of 'spin' in the education policy process. -- 12. Ranson, S. Public Accountability in the age of neo-liberal governance. -- 13. Gale, T. Realising Policy: the Who and How of Policy production. -- 14. Seddon, T Billet, S and Clemans, A. Politics of Social partnerships: a framework for theorizing. -- 15. Van Zanten, A Bourdieu as Education Policy analyst and expert: a rich but ambigious legacy.
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