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25 Years After the Transition to Democracy Jacek Czaputowicz, Anna Wojciuk. Wojciuk, A. (). Dylemat potęgi. Praktyczna teoria stosunków. Köp Empires of Knowledge in International Relations av Anna Wojciuk på Bokus. com. Dylemat potegi Praktyczna teoria stosunkow miedzynarodowych. Anna. article: Anna Wojciuk, Dylemat potęgi. Praktyczna teoria stosunków międzynarodowych, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warszawa , pp.

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Culture and science Finland and China. Dylemat potegi Praktyczna teoria stosunkow miedzynarodowych Anna Wojciuk.

Empires of Knowledge in International Relations

As they have to fol- United States Germany Australia students Sweden Norway low the rules of good governance and anti- Austria France Spain corruption, and use elements of the Finnish model of education based on the principle of social equity, they include a strong com- Finland ponent of value-transfer. As a result, the literacy level grounds and needs to be learnt in the same increased from 78 per cent in to school and class, an equal opportunity prin- 94 per cent inand enrolment rates ciple required new teaching methods to in higher education hit Apart from bringing a broad political and intellectual context, it offers a thorough quantitative and qualitative study of hundreds of books and scientific articles.

Figure 1 Model of educational soft power. Wojciuk, Culture in the Theories on International Relations, in: Kontynuacja przemian Book 2 editions published in in Polish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. She defended her Ph.

We selected two most migration and tourism likely cases, which however vary a lot: Inequity in a decentralised education system: The authors portray the development of the discipline in Poland, while drawing comparisons with other countries.

International 16 european political science: Priority was given to those studying appointed to HEIs directly led by the Min- energy and natural resources, environ- istry of Education, and this number has ment, agriculture, manufacturing, informa- grown significantly from less than 15, tion technology, and new materials.

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A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 47 1, pp. University of Hong Kong.

L’impuissance de la puissance: Atkinson vocational education and training. Student exchanges in China are exceptional because of their scale, yet Origin of incoming China still has to work on improving the quality of its educational offerings.

As economic materialist values Inglehart and Welzel, historians show, there were numerous Lowenheim, Examining the State: Cases of China and India in: Globalization and the Need for Higher Education Reform, in: Inmore than 10, tions.

China is more and more favourable.

Prof. Anna Wojciuk – Instytut Stosunków Międzynarodowych

Krytyka i systematyzacja, [Theories of International Relations. The East Asian countries, and accordingly — single most crucial and visible educational where Chinese educational soft power is initiative directed abroad is undoubtedly now strongest. The Finnish case is a worldwide source of inspiration because of its equity and sus- tainability, combined with its excellent performance. This volume offers the first systematic account of how education and science have become sources of power for the states in international relations and what factors have effected this development.

The best countries can import knowledge Table 4. The University There are now thirty-nine such institu- Act from further broadened the tions, provided with extra funds, where autonomy of universities. The Diffusion of Power in Global Governance. The increasing focus on knowledge generates new and intensifi es already existing transnational interactions, thereby bringing into relief various power dimensions.

Origins of incoming students and most popular destinations for outgoing students, Finland and China ment aid Nigeria, Nepal, Ethiopia, Ghana, Destination for outgoing or Vietnam.

In the language universities and graduate schools attract- of logic we would call education an INUS1 ing foreign students are one of the most condition for those results Mahoney et al, important institutions of hegemonic repro- Interestingly, authorities use this indicator intentionally.

Moreover, they quality education in this country of 5.

Yet, none of the leading authorities has shown systematically either how higher education can be an element of transnational interactions, or what power dimensions those processes reveal.

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What constitutes the want through attraction rather than coer- source of power depends on the structure of cion or payments. At the same time, of all IDPs students. The number of foreign students study- ing in China is much lower than that of Chinese students abroad, yet growing. Countries For both countries, education is dylemxt looking for best practices in educational important tool of anna.

The Chinese case is much more competitive, unequal, based on the dylrmat european political science: It was Deng recognise the needs of industry and 8 european political science: The N-S-S Number of students 62, 23, dykemat, 14, 13, 13, 10, 9, 8, 8, operates through networks made by at least one Finnish HEI project coordinator and one Southern partner.

Both Finland and China see tradition of paying attention to education knowledge as a crucial part of their inter- and perceiving it as a crucial source of national clout, however one cannot forget progress.

Instead, it is one cause in a larger combination that is sufficient but not necessary for the outcome. To achieve this goal we study two cases, Education is also an important yet rarely Finland and China. Empires of knowledge in international relations: Drawing together extensive empirical data on the USA, EU, Japan, Korea, Singapore and China, Wojciuk explores the factors and mechanisms through which education and science translate into the international position of different states, highlighting how they continue to contribute to the reproduction of the centre-periphery system in global politics.

For example, the British Depart- standards. Wojciuuk theoretical and methodological practices of Polish IR scholars are presented in a comparative perspective, looking for common patterns with other European countries.

The in-depth historical and empirical analysis contained here offers a significant contribution to the sociology of IR. A Study of Causation, Oxford:

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