Perspectives on culture : meeting points and divergences
Halse, Christine and Baumgart, Neil 1996, Perspectives on culture : meeting points and divergences, in ERA/AARE 1996 : Proceedings of the joint conference of the Education Research Association and the Australian Association for Research in Education. 25-29 November, Singapore., ERA/AARE, [Singapore], pp. 1-11.
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ERA/AARE 1996 : Proceedings of the joint conference of the Education Research Association and the Australian Association for Research in Education. 25-29 November, Singapore.
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In a post-modern world of diversity, difference and melting social, political, economic and cultural boundaries, there is a fundamental tension between the preservation of cultural identity and the cultural homogenisation that defines a globalised world.
This paper reports on a collaborative, international study between researchers in Thailand, Japan and Australia which examines perceptions of conceptual differences and meeting points in the cultural views of their three communities of teachers. In doing so, it attempts to move beyond post-modernism and the reality of globalism by proposing a new methodology for facilitating intercultural understanding.
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