Argues for a new, micro approach to Comparative Education focussed on the processes of learning rather than the more typical, macro approach focussed on educational organisation and policy.
|Translated title of the contribution||‘Time for a Scientific Revolution? From Comparative Education to Comparative Learnology’, in The International Handbook of Comparative Education, Part One, volume 22, edited by, section editor Elaine Unterhalter, Springer|
|Title of host publication||The International Handbook of Comparative Education, Part One.|
|Subtitle of host publication||Volume 22, edited by section editor Elaine Unterhalter|
|Editors||Robert Cowen, Andreas M. Kazamias|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|