Issue 2/2020, 26. Volume Page 203–214
To Global Citizenship Education, itself: Points of reflection and extension
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This paper reflects on the compilation of vignettes of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in a variety of contexts. The analysis is framed by Critical Everyday Theory (CET), employing the concepts of estrangement, alienation and novelty to extend and develop these contributions. A consideration of what is new in these pieces for GCE, and how they address power coupled with the value of ethnographic research is examined.