Service-Learning as a Means to Understand Socio-Economic Privilege, Inequality, and Social Mobility

  • Nishimura M
  • Yokote H
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184 M. NISHIMURA AND H. YOKOTE liberal arts programs in the world are found in Asia where India, Japan, and Hong Kong share half of them. 1 The main reasons for this trend are three-fold. First, there has been a widespread notion that the highly specialized …

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Nishimura, M., & Yokote, H. (2020). Service-Learning as a Means to Understand Socio-Economic Privilege, Inequality, and Social Mobility. In Diversity and Inclusion in Global Higher Education (pp. 183–207). Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-1628-3_7

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