2019
DOI: 10.21810/sfuer.v12i3.1015
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Questioning Global Citizenship Education in the Internationalization Agenda

Abstract: The present paper provides a reflection on global citizenship education (GCE) in the internationalization agenda. With that aim, the internationalization of higher education (IHE) is discussed from a critical perspective, mainly informed by postcolonial and decolonial studies. More specifically, the paper addresses GCE issues related to criticisms that have been raised against it in terms of (1) its different educational approaches, (2) its cosmopolitan bias with its (3) ideological frame of the so-called “glo… Show more

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“…Results: the study suggests that approaches such as COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) and IA (intercomprehension approach) are relevant alternatives for the development of IaH with multilingual possibilities in this context. Piccin and Finardi (2019). Objective: to question the concept of GCE from a decolonial perspective in the context of internationalization.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Results: the study suggests that approaches such as COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) and IA (intercomprehension approach) are relevant alternatives for the development of IaH with multilingual possibilities in this context. Piccin and Finardi (2019). Objective: to question the concept of GCE from a decolonial perspective in the context of internationalization.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Signalling this gap, the studies by Piccin and Finardi (2019), , , , Guimarães et al (2020), Finardi and Guimarães (2020), Guimarães and Finardi (2021), Guimarães et al (2021a) and Guimarães et al (2021b) call for a more critical and partnership-oriented internationalization process, whether for research or academic mobility, more symmetrical, even given the post-pandemic context. This approach points to a more inclusive and equitable institutional internationalization, as suggested by Joseph (2012) regarding the internationalization of the curriculum with a transformative approach.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Internationalization has become a frequent discussion in Universities around the world (DE WIT, 2016;GARSON, 2016;STRECK;ABBA, 2018) as well as in Brazil lately (FORTES, 2016;PICCIN;;FINARDI, 2019;BAUMVOL;SARMENTO, 2016). Even though the word internationalization has been widely used in political science and in government discourses (KNIGHT, 2003), it's fairly recent when it comes to Education.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Even though the word internationalization has been widely used in political science and in government discourses (KNIGHT, 2003), it's fairly recent when it comes to Education. According to Piccin and Finardi (2019), although internationalization has been used in the global scenery since the 1980s, in Brazil its use was grounded after the Science without Borders (SwB) Program (FINARDI; ARCHANJO, 2018). Prior to that, however, Baumvol and Sarmento (2016, p. 65) have highlighted the United Nations' official documents which reinforced the University's role in "the poverty eradication, the sustainable development, and world progress", as well as the establishment of the internationalization, regionalization, and globalization of the university as one of the main guiding principles of the High Education Institutions (HEI), set by UNESCO in 2009.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%