Bridging cultures and traditions in the reconceptualisation of comparative and international education

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Focuses on some ways to bridge the gaps and strengthen disciplinary boundaries between theoretical and applied studies. Discussion of the multi-disciplinary traditions of comparative and international education; Challenges associated with comparative and international education; Phases of development of comparative and international education.

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