Different Discourses, Discourses of Difference: Globalisation, Distance Education and Open Learning
Distance Education Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919
Drawing on Foucault's notion of discourse, it is suggested that post-Fordism and globalization trends can be found in changing theories of distance education and open learning. Argues that notions of distance education are part of a trend towards uniformity under conditions of globalization, while those of open learning are part of a trend to encourage difference and diversity. (Author/AEF)
Edwards, R. (1995). Different Discourses, Discourses of Difference: Globalisation, Distance Education and Open Learning. Distance Education, 16(2), 241.
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