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Citizenship, Democracy and Higher Education in Europe, Canada and the USA

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Citizenship, democracy and human rights have always been central to higher education and increasing globalization has amplified their urgency and complexity. This volume explores conceptual, theoretical and policy implications for post-secondary education engaging with these topics, comparing the USA, Canada, Eastern Europe and Western Europe.

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Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Citizenship, Democracy and the University: Theory and Practice in Europe and North America

  2. Foundations and Frameworks

Reviews

“Citizenship, Democracy and Higher Education in Europe, Canada and the USA dissects citizenship education at the university, crossing regional boundaries and cultures. … While the compilation of essays and approaches shared in Citizenship, Democracy, and Higher Education is valuable as a whole, some chapters stand out as particularly enlightening for readers who are new to the topic. … the work as a whole is indeed worthwhile, and its completion should be regarded as a success.” (Kathleen A. Tobin, Global Education Review, Vol. 3 (3), 2016)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Educational Counselling, San José State University, USA

    Jason Laker

  • University of Navarra, Spain

    Concepción Naval

  • University of Rijeka, Croatia

    Kornelija Mrnjaus

About the editors

Toma De elan, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Randy Stoecker, University of Wisconsin, USA Rhonda Wynne, University College Dublin, Ireland Mary Beckman, University of Notre Dame in Indiana, USA Helena C. Araújo, University of Porto, Portugal Alok Gardia, Banaras Hindu University, India Deepa Mehta, Banaras Hindu University, India Alem Maksuti, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Dirk Lange, Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany Sven Rößler, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany Helena Lopes, University of Porto, Portugal Sofia Veiga, University of Porto, Portugal Pedro M Teixeira, University of Porto, Portugal Isabel Menezes, University of Porto, Portugal Juliet Millican, University of Brighton, UK Heesoon Bai, Simon Fraser University, Canada Catherine Broom, University of British Columbia, Canada Michelle Nilson, Simon Fraser University, Canada Johanne Provençal, University of Toronto, Canada Peter G. Kirchschlaeger, University of Teacher Education Central Switzerland Lucerne Gonzalo Jover, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain Esther López-Martín, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain Patricia Quiroga, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain Naomi Hodgson, University of London, UK Paul Standish, University of London, UK

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