Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education (NJCIE)

Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education (NJCIE) seeks to analyze educational discourse, policy and practice and their implications for teaching and learning. The journal investigates topics through an interdisciplinary lens focusing on new insights and fostering critical debate about the role of education in diverse societies. NJCIE is concerned the interplay of local, national, regional and global contexts shaping education. The ways in which local understandings can bring to light the trends, effects and influences that exist in different contexts globally highlight the general understanding of Comparative and International Education in NJCIE.

NJCIE invites Nordic and international contributions alike. The journal includes research from all geographic regions in the world.

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2nd call for papers - “Perceptions and practices of diversity in education”

 
Diversity includes linguistic, cultural, political and economic complexities of society (Gearon, Miller, & Kostogriz, 2009). The concept of diversity used in educational research is based on the assumption that there is a need for recognition of individual differences. These differences can be a result of personal choices as well as group identities (e.g. social class, religion, gender). The education sector is maybe the most important arena in which we foster tolerance for diversity.  
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