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International student mobility to and from the Middle East, theorizing public, institutional, and self-constructions of cross-border students, edited by Aneta Hayes and Sally Findlow

Summary
"This volume investigates how international students in and from the Middle East are constructed by nations, institutions, other students, and themselves. Making a valuable contribution to understanding the nuances and complexities of educational politics and priorities affecting these constructions, the text considers the broader impacts of discourse on internationalization. Offering a unique combination of critical analysis of educational policies combined with empirical contributions through authors' own research, chapters highlight intersections between politics, the internationalization of higher education, and the construction of mobile learners. Emphasizing variation and nuance in the internationalization of policies in the Gulf Cooperation Countries, Syria, Israel, and Turkey, the volume offers a theoretical framework to help understand the political, educational, and ethical implications of emerging constructions of international students and their comparison across the Middle East. This timely volume will benefit researchers, academics, and educators with an interest in higher education, international and comparative education, as well as the Middle East more specifically. Those involved with educational education policy and politics, specifically related to the Middle East, will also benefit from this volume. Aneta Hayes is Senior Lecturer in Education and Internationalisation Director in the School of Social, Political, and Global Studies, Keele University, UK. Sally Findlow is Senior Lecturer and Subject Lead for Education, and Director of Professional Doctorates in the School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Keele University, UK"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Introduction: Constructions of (inter-)national students in the Middle East : comparative critical perspectives / Aneta Hayes and Sally Findlow -- Which students are "international" at an international branch campus? Problematizing "international" when universities, and students, cross borders / Jason Lane and Christine Farrugia -- Internationalization of higher education in the Middle East and North Africa / Giulia Marchesini and Holly Johnstone -- Gulf Cooperation Council academic mobility : what works, for whom and why? / Clare Walsh -- The representation of international students : student mobility from the Middle East to Turkey / Omer Caliskan and Hilal Buyukgoze -- International credit mobilities of Syrians during conflict : opportunities and challenges / Sulaiman Mouselli -- Between foreigners and family : social media representations of international students in Israeli Universities / Annette Bamberger -- Constructing self through transnational nursing education in the Middle East / Wendy Maddison -- Ready, willing, and able? Exploring the relationships and experiences of international students at a federal university in the United Arab Emirates / Natalie I. Cruz, Jobila W. Sy, Cassandra Shukla, and Alisha Tysor -- Syrian students' academic mobility struggle and alternative options / Ranwa Korsheed, Susan Deeb, and Rasha al-Dahhan
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (211 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781003138457

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