Japanese Higher Education as Myth
In this dismantling of the myth of Japanese "quality education", McVeigh investigates the consequences of what happens when statistical and corporatist forces monopolize the purpose of schooling and the boundary between education and employment is blurred.
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The Shattering of Knowledge
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The Sociopsychology of Student Apathy
Japanese Higher Education as Simulated Schooling
Students Who Pretend Not to Know
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