Glossary Introduction Chapter One - Questions of Context INTRODUCTION 1 - Global Contexts 2 - Conceptions of Higher Education 3 - Education for Citizenship, Social Justice, and a Better World? 4 - Internationalization 5- Internationalization of the Curriculum 6- The Global Self Chapter Two - Questions of Alterity INTRODUCTION 1- Social Consequences of Globalization 2- Social Identity and Ethnocentrism 3- Intercultural Competence & Communication 4- Contact & Conflict thoeries Chapter Three - Questions of the Lifeworld INTRODUCTION 1 - A Model of the Lifeworld 2- The Habitus and the Ready-to-hand 3- Capital, Capability & Agency 4- Cultural Icebergs 5- Schemata, Scripts and Types 6- Attitudes & Heuristics Chapter Four - Questions of Learning INTRODUCTION 1- (Re)forming the Lifeworld 2- Holistic Learning 3 - Learning Triggers 4- Situated Learning & Communities of Practice 5- Learning Stages Chapter Five - Questions of Practice INTRODUCTION 1- Shaping the Environment: Inclusivity and The Hidden Curriculum 2 - Shaping the Curriculum: Content and Outcomes 3- Shaping the Delivery: Learning Experiences and Communities 4 - Shaping Broader Institutional Practice Endword Appendix 1 Selected resources and Links to Support Practice Bibliography
David Killick is Head of Academic Staff Development at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, and has worked on institutional internationalization initiatives for several years.
"The book is a thought-provoking and extensively referenced discussion of the internationalisation of campus-based university provision and experience." - Linda Robson, Educational Developments