Spatial Theorizing in Comparative and International Education Research

@article{Larsen2014SpatialTI,
  title={Spatial Theorizing in Comparative and International Education Research},
  author={Marianne A. Larsen and J. Beech},
  journal={Comparative Education Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={58},
  pages={191 - 214}
}
The authors argue for a critical spatial perspective in comparative and international education. We briefly summarize how time and space have been conceptualized within our field. We then review mainstream social science literature that reflects a metanarrative, which we critique for contributing to false dichotomies between space and place and oversimplified views of the relationship between the global and the local. We present some of the key ideas associated with the “spatial turn… Expand
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