Journal für International und Interkulturell Vergleichende Erziehungswissenschaft


13. Volume, 2/2007

Die Formern neuer Bildungsregime: Zur Durchstezung von Regierungstechniken in der post-nationalen Konstellation

Das Verhältnis von Konvergenz und Divergenz der nationalen Bildungssysteme: Der Fall Türkei


Yesim Kasap Cetingök


By means of the case study ‘Turkey’ this article discusses the issue of convergence and divergence of national education systems, which is highly debated within Comparative Education, moreover it also questions the plausibility of both positions. As a first step, a brief discussion of the Turkish modernisa-tion process and of the concomitant development of its education system is offered. The ‘case’ Turkey cannot be seen as a mere example of the persistence of national specific patterns. On the contrary, it illustrates that local conditions may be decisive for the adoption and modification of global processes leading to the convergence of national education systems. Cases studies and analyses of highly aggre-gated data should not be regarded as mutually exclusive but should rather be conceived of as comple-mentary research strategies that hinge on the particular research question.

Zu diesem Artikel können Sie leider kein PDF erwerben.

Abo print (zzgl. Versand)39,00 €
Sonderpreis für Mitglieder der Kommission für Vergleichende Erziehungswissenschaft22,00 €
Abo online20,00 €
Einzelheft print22,00 €
Einzelheft online13,00 €
Artikel online5,50 €
Versand Abo Inland5,00 €
Versand Abo Ausland8,50 €