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The Impact Of Hiv Aids On Education Worldwide

Author : Alexander W. Wiseman
ISBN : 9781781902332
Genre : Education
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Given the context and prevalence of HIV/AIDS worldwide, this volume presents information, policy case studies, and empirical research for use by educators, policymakers, and organizations about the relationship between HIV/AIDS and education, including how HIV/AIDS has impacted education systems and the potential impact education has on HIV/AIDS.

International Educational Innovation And Public Sector Entrepreneurship

Author : Alexander W. Wiseman
ISBN : 9781781907092
Genre : Education
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This volume in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series focuses on the ways that social entrepreneurs innovatively contribute to the development and implementation of education worldwide.

Education For A Knowledge Society In Arabian Gulf Countries

Author : Alexander W. Wiseman
ISBN : 9781783508341
Genre : Education
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This volume investigates the agendas and initiatives for using education to transition Gulf communities from being dependent on natural resources into knowledge societies. This volume presents information, case studies and empirical research about the development of information-based economies across the Arabian Gulf as a whole.

Annual Review Of Comparative And International Education 2017

Author : Alexander W. Wiseman
ISBN : 9781787439719
Genre : Education
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This volume surveys the field of comparative and international education (CIE) from several globally-representative perspectives, providing expert analyses on a range of recent trends and important concerns in the CIE community worldwide.

International Perspectives On Education And Society

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Gender Equity In South African Education 1994 2004

Author : Linda Chisholm
ISBN : 079692094X
Genre : Education
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Education was considered a key component in the transformation of post-apartheid South Africa into a place of equal opportunity for women, but as this collection of essays shows, gender equity in education has remained an elusive goal in the last 10 years. South African and international experts discuss the weaknesses of organizations inside and outside the government, the ways in which cultural assumptions inform gendered practices, sexual violence, HIV/AIDS, and continuing unemployment and poverty among women. The successes and failures that other countries, such as Australia and India, have experienced upon implementing equal education opportunity are examined, as are the initiatives of the South African Department of Education. Strategies for achieving educational gender equity are also proposed.

Handbook Of Social Problems

Author : George Ritzer
ISBN : 9781452261553
Genre : Social Science
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The Handbook of Social Problems: A Comparative International Perspective provides a unique, broadly comparative perspective on the current state of social problems and deviance in a variety of societies around the world. Editor George Ritzer, along with leading U.S. and global sociologists, examines the relationship between social problems and a society's level of development and affluence. The essays in this volume focus on interrelated issues involved in the relationship between social problems and the level of development and affluence. The Handbook explores the theory of the weakness of the strong—in other words, strong or wealthy nations may have greater vulnerability to some social problems than less developed or affluent societies. This theory is clearly illustrated in this volume by the aftermath of September 11, 2001depicting the vulnerability of the U.S. to social problems in far-removed corners of the world. In addition, the international and comparative essays in this volume cover other important issues such as the impact of modern technologies on social problems, ecological problems, global inequality, health as a social problem, and much more. The Handbook of Social Problems is a vital resource for sociologists and graduate students, as well as an excellent addition to any academic library.

Humanitarian Work Psychology

Author : S. C Carr
ISBN : 9781137015228
Genre : Psychology
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Contextualizing Humanitarian work in history, justice, methods and professional ethics, this book articulates process skills for transformational partnerships between diverse organizations, motivating education, organisational learning and selecting the disaster workforce.

International Politics Of Hiv Aids

Author : Hakan Seckinelgin
ISBN : 9781134123728
Genre : Political Science
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This book examines the global governance of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, interrogating the role of this international system and global discourse on HIV/AIDS interventions. The geographical focus is Sub-Saharan Africa since the region has been at the forefront of these interventions. There is a need to understand the relationship between the international political environment and the impact of resulting policies on HIV/AIDS in the context of people’s lives. Hakan Seckinelgin points out a certain disjuncture between this governance structures and the way people experience the disease in their everyday lives. Although the structure allows people to emerge as policy relevant target groups and beneficiaries, the articulation of needs and design of policy interventions tends to reflect international priorities rather than people’s thinking on the problem. In other words, he argues that while the international interventions highlight the importance attributed to the HIV/AIDS problem, the nature of the system does not allow interventions to be far reaching and sustainable. Offering a critical contribution to the understanding of the problems in HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Politics of HIV/AIDS will be invaluable to students and researchers of health, international politics and development.

International Perspectives On Evaluation Standards

Author : Craig Russon
ISBN : UVA:X006158879
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