Cross-bordering Dynamics in Education and Lifelong Learning: A Perspective from Non-formal Education, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Cross-bordering Dynamics in Education and Lifelong Learning

A Perspective from Non-formal Education, 1st Edition

Edited by Hideki Maruyama

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Description

Education as a concept has long been taken for granted. Most people immediately think of schools and colleges, of classes and exams. This volume aims to highlight non-formal education (NFE) in its various forms across different historical and cultural contexts. Contributors draw upon their experience as educators and researchers in comparative education and sociology to elucidate, compare and critique NFE in Asia, Europe, Latin America and the USA.

By mapping out NFE’s forms, functions and dynamics, this volume gives us the opportunity to reflect on the myriad iterations of education to challenge preconceived limitations in the field of education research. Only by expanding the focus beyond that of traditional schooling arrangements can we work towards a more sustainable future and improved lifelong learning.

This book will appeal to researchers interested in non-formal education and comparative education.

Table of Contents

List of contributors

Acknowledgements

Introduction: Dynamics and Analysis from Non-formal Education (Hideki MARUYAMA & Miyuki OHTA)

Part 1: Dynamics of Non-formal Education

Chapter 1: Recognition of NFE in Japanese Strong Formal School System (Hideki MARUYAMA)

Chapter 2: Equivalent to Formal Education or Rethinking Education through a Lens of Non-Formal Education: Case Studies of Equivalency Programs in Asia (Chiho OHASHI & Abid Hussain ABID)

Chapter 3: Adult Education Focusing on Literacy: A Comparative Analysis of Three Models in Brasilia (Kimiko NII)

Chapter 4: Alternative Education by Homeschooling in the USA (Tülay KAYA)

Chapter 5: School for Their Own: Experiences of Ethnic and Religious Minorities in Japan and European Countries (Reiko MIHARA)

Part 2: Width and Depth of Non-formal Education

Chapter 6: Lifelong Learning and Evaluation Process for Sustainable Futures (Hideki MARUYAMA & Aki YONEHARA)

Chapter 7: Non-formal Education for Social Work in Faith-based and Religious Organizations (Reiko MIHARA)

Chapter 8: Pedagogy for Gender and Sexual Diversity (Miyuki OHTA)

Chapter 9: Non-Formal Education for Life, Survival and Living Together (Chiho OHASHI)

Chapter 10: Educational Settings for the Locality (Miyuki OHTA)

Index

About the Editor

Hideki Maruyama, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Faculty of Global Studies at Sophia University and a research fellow of National Institute for Educational Policy Research (NIER) of the Japanese Government. His main research is education for sustainability and sustainable development (ESD), and his publication in Japan are The Possibility of Non-formal Education (2013), Non-formal Education of Transnational Immigrants (2016), and Comparative and International Education (2019). He has been studying lifelong learning of Muslim immigrants in Europe and educational programmes of UNESCO network in Europe and Asia. He has taught comparative and international education, non-formal education and informal learning, education policy and international cooperation, and sustainable development at many universities.

About the Series

Routledge Series on Schools and Schooling in Asia

The purpose of this series is to provide a comprehensive coverage of schooling issues in

Asia and a platform for exploring educational futures in the region. It also aims to:

• Locate schools in the broader social, political, economic and cultural contexts that

construct them.

• Investigate the ways schools cater for all groups of students, and in particular

disadvantaged groups, in the quest for equality of opportunity.

• Investigate the distinctive qualities of schools in Asia and the relationship of these

qualities to schooling outcomes.

• Highlight comparative issues in schooling across East-West divides including cultures,

digital technologies, socioeconomic well being and development trajectories of different

countries.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General
EDU017000
EDUCATION / Home Schooling
EDU021000
EDUCATION / Non-Formal Education
EDU022000
EDUCATION / Parent Participation
EDU034000
EDUCATION / Educational Policy & Reform / General
EDU051000
EDUCATION / Learning Styles