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Une nouvelle revue en ligne : RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (RCIE)

Par Pierre Ratinaud Dernière modification 26/01/2006 23:28

The first issue of a new, quarterly, peer-reviewed, online-only journal RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (RCIE) is now available at www.wwwords.co.uk/RCIE Its list of contents is shown below.

The first issue of a new, quarterly, peer-reviewed, online-only journal
RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (RCIE) is now
available at www.wwwords.co.uk/RCIE Its list of contents is shown below.

For all editorial matters, including articles offered for publication,
please contact the Editor, Professor David Phillips, Department of
Educational Studies, University of Oxford, 15 Norham Gardens, Oxford OX2
6PY, United Kingdom (david.phillips@educational-studies.oxford.ac.uk).

We encourage you to forward this announcement to your colleagues. If you
have not already registered for FREE personal access you can do so online
at www.wwwords.co.uk/subscribeRCIE.asp - you will then receive future
announcements such as this one.

RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION [ISSN 1745-4999]
Volume 1 Number 1 2006 [www.wwwords.co.uk/RCIE]

DAVID PHILLIPS. Introduction, page 1
JASON BEECH. The Theme of Educational Transfer in Comparative Education: a
view over time, pages 2-13
CLAUDE DIEBOLT & MAGALI JAOUL-GRAMMARE. Convergence of Higher Education
and Economic Growth during the European Construction: a contribution to
the cliometrics of growth, pages 14-30
MINA O’DOWD. Virtual Networks, Support Stockings and Community. Online
Publication: a new context of meaning for comparative and international
education?, pages 31-39
JASON NICHOLLS. Are Students Expected to Critically Engage with Textbook
Perspectives of the Second World War? A Comparative and International
Study, pages 40-55
BRENDAN BARTRAM. Comparing Language Learning Attitudes in England,
Germany, and the Netherlands: some methodological considerations, pages
56-72
DAVID JOHNSON. Investing in Teacher Effectiveness to Improve Educational
Quality in Developing Countries: does in-service education for primary
mathematics teachers in Sri Lanka make a difference to teaching and
learning?, pages 73-87
KATE CHAUNCEY. Theories of Intelligence, Goal Orientation and Attribution
in Malawi’s MESA Schools, pages 88-108
REBECCA S. LAKE. How College/University Presidents around the World Make
Decisions, pages 109-119


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