Teorija in praksa - Special Issue 2020


Special Issue: International academic mobility as a social construction

This special issue of Teorija in praksa, guest-edited by professor Danica Fink-Hafner and professor Tanja Oblak Črnič, entitled “INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MOBILITY AS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION: THEORETICAL-METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK”, addresses questions of study mobility in higher education from the perspective of its actors – students and professors – and also institutions as such, as well as public policies in this field; authors of six separate articles (besides the Introduction and the Conclusion) examine their subjects also by looking into concrete empirical research. 

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Danica FINK-HAFNER, Tanja OBLAK ČRNIČ: INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MOBILITY AS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION: THEORETICAL-METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK

Pavel ZGAGA, Danica FINK-HAFNER: ACADEMIC MOBILITY, GLOBALISATION AND COSMOPOLITANISM: VIEWS FROM HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMICS AND PRACTITIONERS

Tanja OBLAK ČRNIČ, Barbara N. BREČKO: LEARNING MOBILITY: A CONTACT ZONE FOR COSMOPOLITANISM OR THE REPRODUCTION OF LOCALISM?

Mitja HAFNER-FINK, Danica FINK-HAFNER: STUDENTS’ INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE AS A FACTOR OF THE TRANSNATIONAL IDENTITY

Barbara N. BREČKO, Maša KOLENBRAND, Tanja OBLAK ČRNIČ: WHO ARE STUDENTS WITH INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE EXPERIENCES? THE CASE OF THE FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Tamara DAGEN: UNIVERSITIES’ STRATEGIES FOR INTERNATIONALISATION: CONTEXTUAL DETERMINANTS

Meta NOVAK, Damjan LAJH, Urška ŠTREMFEL: ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND YOUTH MOBILITY IN SLOVENIAN SCHOOLS

Danica FINK-HAFNER: RESEARCH ON SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION THROUGH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MOBILITY

AUTHORS' SYNOPSES

TABLE OF CONTENTS VOL. VII


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