Curriculum Integration versus Educating for Global Citizenship: A (Disciplinary) View from the International Relations Classroom
Keywords:Curriculum integration, Global citizenship, Education abroad, Study abroad, International relations
This paper draws upon the author’s essay “Cosmopolitanism and Constructivism: Making Study Abroad Relevant to the International Relations Classroom,” CAPA Occasional Papers, June 2013 and “Integrating Study Abroad in the International Relations Curriculum: Constructivism and Cosmopolitanism as an Antidote to Global Citizenship,” Presented to the annual 2013 meeting of the Mid-West Political Science Association.”
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