No 29 (2017)

(january-june): Vocational Education and Training. An International Perspective

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5944/reec.29.2017

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MONOGRAPHIC SECTION: Vocational Education and Training An International Perspective

Research Landscapes in Vocational Education and Training (VET). National Enquiries and Cross-National Concerns PDF
Lázaro Moreno Herrera 11-14
Exploring Agency, Learning and Identity in Women’s Life Trajectories in UK and Italy PDF
Karen Evans, Chiara Biasin 15-32
German Transplant Companies in China: How do Companies Solve the Problem of Skill Formation at the Shop-Floor Level? PDF
Larissa Freund, Michael Gessler 33-43
Emotional Capital: the Set of Emotional Competencies as Professional and Vocational Skills in Emotional Works and Jobs PDF
Bénédicte Gendron 44-61
Developing Knowledge through Different Spaces in Work-Related Settings: Insights from the UK PDF
Natasha Kersh 62-75
Integrated Content and Language Learning as a New Challenge of Vocational Training. Experiences from Public Funded Qualification Programs in the Health Care Sector in Germany PDF
Nicole Kimmelmann 76-94
Implementation of Dual Apprenticeship Structures in German Plants Abroad: Boundary Objects in Educational Transfer PDF
Susanne Kopatz, Michael Gessler 95-109
Educating Judgment. Learning from the didactics of philosophy and sloyd PDF
Birgit Schaffar, Camilla Kronqvist 110-128
Apprenticeship contract termination and dropout from VET: a comparison of educational-political challenges and strategies in Norway and Switzerland PDF
Evi Schmid 129-147
Challenges of development work: Instrumentality and constellation of rules as conceptual resources PDF
Marianne Teräs 148-159
Complex transitions between different learning contexts: a case study from a French vocational school PDF
Laurent Veillard 160-178
From coal to knowledge: A history of the VET policies in the European Union PDF
Carlos de Olagüe Smithson 179-201

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Segmentation and education systems: an analysis through the comparison of changes towards secondary education in Europe and Latin America PDF (Español)
Felicitas Acosta 202-219
Civic education and citizenship education in Mexico: a global and comparative perspective PDF (Español)
Armando Alcántara Santuario 220-239
History of Education after Bologna process: towards extinction? PDF (Español)
Antonio Francisco Canales Serrano, Yasmina Álvarez González, María José Tacoronte Domínguez 240-261
Two strategies towards a change in public teachers` labour regulations: recent educative reforms in México and Ecuador PDF (Español)
Rosa García-Chediak 262-281
The socio-historical approach in mapping Comparative Education. Review and revaluation of its postulates PDF (Español)
Luján Lázaro Herrero 282-296
Student mobility in the process of internationalization. Methodological strategies PDF (Español)
Estela Maricela Villalón de la Isla 297-314

BOOK REVIEWS

REVIEW of: DA CUNHA, C.; VIEIRA DE SOUSA, J.; y ABÁDIA DA SILVA, M. (Org.) (2016): Internacionalização da educação: Discursos, práticas e reflexos sobre as políticas educativas (Belo Horizonte: Fino Traço Editora), 296 pp. ISBN: 978-85-8054-282-0 PDF (Español)
Víctor González López 315-318
REVIEW of: INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE EVALUACIÓN EDUCATIVA (2016): Panorama de la educación 2016. Indicadores de la OCDE. Informe español (Madrid, Secretaría General Técnica). ISBN: 978-84-369-5710-5 PDF (Español)
Boxi Ma 319-322
REVIEW of: FERNÁNDEZ-SORIA, J.M.; LÓPEZ, M.; CRUZ, J.I.; BASCUÑÁN, J.; MENGUAL, S.; GARCÍA, S.; LLORET, C.; y GRAU, R. (EDS.) (2016): La formación inicial del profesorado de educación secundaria (Valencia: Tirant Humanidades). ISBN: 978-84-16556-67-0 PDF (Español)
David Revesado Carballares 323-325