Globalisation, education policy and the Bologna Process: Interlocking and dependency discourses
Kolokitha, M. 2013. Globalisation, education policy and the Bologna Process: Interlocking and dependency discourses. University of East London, Cass School of Education and Communities.
This article traces the interconnection of the Bologna Process (BP) and the globalisation discourses which introduce a generic policy ensemble in European Higher Education (EHE). The two discourses appear as imbricated within an ideological understanding of the policy discourse. I explore similarities and controversies between the two discourses focusing particularly on knowledge economy driven policies and trends in higher education. Finally, I suggest that the high level of intertextuality between the globalisation and the discourses in their discursive construction permits us to consider them as interlocking and dependency discourses.
|Keywords||Bologna Process; globalisation; policy ensemble|
|Publisher||University of East London, Cass School of Education and Communities|
|26 Sep 2013|
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|Deposited||26 Sep 2013|
|Copyright holder||The author|
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