This book provides clear and concise discussions of key elements of contemporary social theories (such as postmodernism, poststructualism, and political theory) and their application to the field of comparative education, as well as a range of essays that serve as examples of research applying these theories. It is a radical, timely and provocative re-imagining of the field of comparative education.The original essays included here, by up and coming scholars in the field, illustrate the potential and diversity of post-foundational ideas as applied to comparative education concerns. Topics covered include TESOL politics; gender issues in education in Pakistan; Japanese education vs. international models of education; the impact of indigenous knowledge on comparative education practices from an African perspective; comparative education practices in the former Soviet Union; adult education; and visual culture and comparative education.

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