Comparative Education: Theories and Methods

Course Code: MMACOM_24

Masters Level Module

This module introduces participants to the theory and practice of comparative education. It will review the historical development of the field and its relations with policy-making and other areas of comparative study; explore key concepts and theoretical frameworks used by comparativists; and develop understanding of the main methodological approaches to systematic comparative research. The use of comparative evidence by policy-makers and the process of policy-borrowing will be critically examined and the module will explore, through a range of case studies, how comparative analysis has contributed to the understanding of educational process and the relations between education and its social contexts.

When is this module taught?

This module is taught in the Autumn term every Tuesday from 5pm - 8pm

Related Programmes

Social Policy and Social Research MSc