Hegemonies Compared: State Formation and Chinese School Politics in Postwar Singapore and Hong Kong

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Education - 290 pages
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This book explores the impact of cultural identity, the internal configurations of the educational field, and the struggles both inside and outside the educational systems of post-World War II Singapore and Hong Kong. By comparing the school politics of these two nations, Wong generates a theory that illuminates connections between state formation, education, and hegemony in countries with dissimilar cultural makeups.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER
15
CHAPTER 3
46
CHAPTER 4
88
State Formation and Chinese School ldentity
128
CHAPTER 6
167
CHAPTER 7
204
Conclusion and Theoretical Remarks
243
Methodology and Data
253
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Chicago Journals - Comparative Education Review
... Ting-Hong Wong, Hegemonies Compared: State Formation and Chinese School Politics in Postwar Singapore and Hong Kong (New York: routledgefalmer, 2002). ...
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中央研究院-- 社會學研究所--
Hegemonies Compared: State Formation and Chinese School Politics in Postwar Singapore and Hong Kong, 290 pages. New York: Routledge. ...
www.ios.sinica.edu.tw/ ios/ index.php?pid=23& id=124

教育社會學通訊第38期
庭康的得獎作品是「Hegemonies Compared:State Formation and Chinese School Politics in Postwar Singapore and Hong Kong」。「一本書的誕生」借介了這本書的基本 ...
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About the author (2002)

Ting-Hong Howng is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology of Education, Nan Hua University, Taiwan.

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