Analysing global collaborations using a post-structuralist model of social justice and social change

Angela Ragusa, Bill Atweh

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The exponential growth of contacts and networks among educators around the world in an increasingly globalised market exists in a context of local and global inequality and stratification. Conflicting interests and agendas emerging from international collaborations have? spurred the need for a theoretical model that can critically explore and reflexively assess the dynamics of international educational collaborations. In a previous paper, we put forth a model for socially just collaboration that is informed by feminist writings of Young and Fraser. In this current paper we problematise simplistic classificatory uses of such a model. Further, using data from a study of globalisation trends in mathematics education, we illustrate the use of this model for critical assessment and analysis of social justice issues by dispelling singular classification schemata.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Change in the 21st Century Conference 2003
Place of PublicationBrisbane QLD
PublisherQueensland University of Technology
Pages1-15
Number of pages15
ISBN (Electronic)0646431056
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventSocial Change in the 21st Century conference - Carseldine, QLD, Australia
Duration: 21 Nov 2003 → …

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ConferenceSocial Change in the 21st Century conference
CountryAustralia
Period21/11/03 → …

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Ragusa, A., & Atweh, B. (2003). Analysing global collaborations using a post-structuralist model of social justice and social change. In Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2003 (pp. 1-15). Brisbane QLD: Queensland University of Technology.
Ragusa, Angela ; Atweh, Bill. / Analysing global collaborations using a post-structuralist model of social justice and social change. Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2003. Brisbane QLD : Queensland University of Technology, 2003. pp. 1-15
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Ragusa, A & Atweh, B 2003, Analysing global collaborations using a post-structuralist model of social justice and social change. in Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2003. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane QLD, pp. 1-15, Social Change in the 21st Century conference, Australia, 21/11/03.

Analysing global collaborations using a post-structuralist model of social justice and social change. / Ragusa, Angela; Atweh, Bill.

Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2003. Brisbane QLD : Queensland University of Technology, 2003. p. 1-15.

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