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Four of the papers in this issue of Knowledge Cultures have been written
by post-graduate students who studied the paper entitled ‘Globalisation,
Cultures, Identities and Education’ at the University of Waikato as part of a
Specialisation in Global Studies in Education see:...
This narrative explores the interchange of two cultures and the development
of intercultural dialogue through the building of a community garden in west
Auckland. The identities of the two parties involved: the Auckland Environmental
Protection Association (AEPA), aka Chinese Eco Elders (CEE),...
It is acknowledged that New Zealand society has become home to an
increasingly diverse range of ethnic and cultural identities. Globalization has resulted
in growing diaspora communities created through immigration and refugee resettlement
practices. There is a growing body of research examining...
This paper explores how the processes of globalization are placing new
curriculum demands upon early childhood education in New Zealand. The author
evaluates Te Whariki, the national early childhood curriculum framework of New
Zealand, in terms of its utility at enabling young New Zealanders to...
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