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Apostolakis, Christos
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: edu
Sustainable development as part of the global perspectives’ agenda has proved to be very popular within a range of topics that have been debating the future of the globe in the last decade.In this light, this paper sets the scene on how sustainable development can be achieved within the education, and in particular the Higher Education context in order to produce ‘responsible global citizens’. In doing so, two explanatory theoretical frameworks are utilised, one of cultural theory and one of inter-organisational change. Based on those frameworks, a model for explaining sustainable development is suggested.
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