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Novelli, Mario; Higgins, Sean; Ugur, Mehmet; Valiente, Oscar (2014)
Publisher: Department for International Development
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects:
This report is a rigorous literature review on the political economy of education systems in conflict-affected contexts and is aimed at education advisers and agencies, development practitioners and Ministry of Education policy makers working in conflict-affected contexts. The report seeks to provide theoretically informed and policy relevant insights on the global, national and local governance of education systems in conflict-affected contexts garnered from a rigorous review of the academic and policy literature on the political economy of education in conflict-affected contexts.

\ud \ud The review was driven by three main questions: (1) What are the underpinning assumptions of the main bodies of political economy research in education and conflict? (2) What can the political economy of education literature since 1990 inform us about educational change and reform in conflict-affected contexts? (3) What are the strengths, weaknesses, blind spots and research gaps in the political economy of education literature exploring the governance of educational change and reform in conflict-affected contexts?

\ud \ud Chapter 1 outlines the rationale and aims of the review. Chapter 2, describes the theoretical and conceptual framework and presents the framing of the key issues under review, and Chapter 3 outlines the review methodology. Chapter 4 presents the main characteristics and an assessment of the quality of the studies selected for the in-depth review, and Chapter 5, discusses the review’s main findings. Chapter 6 presents the conclusions of the study, outlines a theory of change that emerges from the findings and draws out the policy insights and research gaps for future study.
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    • 2. Theoretical framework ...................................................................... 2.1 The political economy traditions ...................................................... 2.2 The political economy of education and development ............................. 2.3 The political economy of conflict and peacebuilding ..............................
    • 3. Review methodology.........................................................................
    • 4. Characteristics and quality of the literature ............................................. 4.1 Description of the literature ........................................................... 4.2 Assessment of the quality of the literature ..........................................
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