PhD Module 5 Globalisation

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1. LCT critique of Gorski's interculturality

1.1. interculturality as the answer to the evil forces of globalisation

1.2. interculturality missing the point about knowledge practices

1.3. Interculturality as a blandly hopeful enterprise

1.4. Readings relevant

1.4.1. Leonardo - souls of white folk

1.4.2. Hofstede

1.4.3. Gutierrez and Rogoff

1.4.4. Fletcha

1.5. LCT

1.5.1. Krieken et al - Sociology

1.5.2. Maton

1.5.3. Carvalho and Goodyear

1.5.4. Chen 2010

1.6. Nursing and interculturality?

1.7. Search

1.7.1. Scholar

1.7.1.1. Scholar Interculturality Nursing 23100 hits

1.7.1.2. Scholar Interculturality 11400 hits

1.7.1.3. Interculturality Nursing Education 21700 hits

1.7.1.4. Interculturality Nursing Education Students, UK or British 16000 hits

1.7.1.5. interculturality nursing education students e-learning UK OR British 1080 hits

1.7.2. British Education Index

1.7.2.1. Interculturality AND Higher Education 22

1.7.2.1.1. Dervin 2014 Exploring 'new' interculturality online

1.7.2.1.2. Bohlin 2013 Bildung and intercultural understanding

2. Suggestions

2.1. asking 'All nurses' (online forum) about 'difference'

2.1.1. Possible and 'e-research'

2.1.2. too dislocated from my working context?

2.2. Asking Patagoinians about 'english' imperialism in e-learning

2.2.1. I would be reliant on some decent connections which are not yet in place, this is also distant from my own daily work

2.3. Asking staff who deliver a programme overseas about their experiences of/to reflect on being invited in to teach nursing - cultural imperialism? dissonance? guilt?

2.3.1. Close to module themes

2.3.2. More removed from my own work

2.4. Ask post-reg nurses (mature novice students) What did starting to use a discussion board do to your identity

2.4.1. How do you want to be seen by your fellow participants?

2.4.2. How have I encouraged or discouraged learning to be online?

2.4.3. What are the differences between the online culture and face to face culture of a module I teach, and how are they reconciled by the students?

2.4.4. how long was it before you the student felt at ease

2.5. Personal histories of those coming to HE for the first time

2.5.1. From Kris D. Gutiérrez and Barbara Rogoff 2003 paper

2.5.1.1. proclivities of people with certain histories of engagement with specific cultural activities.

2.5.1.2. Thus, individuals’ and groups’ experience in activities—not their traits—becomes the focus.

2.5.1.3. Also, we note that cultural-historical work needs to devote more attention to researching regularities in the variations among cultural communities in order to bring these ideas to fruition.

2.5.2. 1 focus group

2.5.2.1. Exploring personal histories

2.5.3. Ethics of coercion if my students?

2.5.3.1. Care in framing should alleviate this

2.5.3.2. Bring in someone to conduct focus group

2.5.4. So What?

2.5.4.1. may help with 'study skills' advice

2.5.4.2. induction of mature students into HE

2.5.5. Invite other module tutor to help

2.5.5.1. with conducting focus group

2.5.5.2. with publishing it

2.5.6. Annotated Bibliography

2.5.6.1. Collins 1988

2.5.6.2. Vadeboncoeur et al 2011

2.5.7. Related words

2.5.7.1. Mature student

2.5.7.2. Higher Education

2.5.7.3. post-registration nurse

2.6. What is/is there an x country way of behaving online and what do students feel constrained from saying or doing in an online academic 'space'. What culture is that drawing upon?

2.6.1. How do students pick up on the culture of an online space and begin to develop or rehearse their own identity....

2.6.2. nice idea but the target participants (overseas) are a little bit politically too hot to handle

2.7. In Wales, smartphones are banned from 'clinical areas' but a tablet may sneak through - how big does a device have to be to slip under the radar?

2.7.1. investigated through

2.7.1.1. detective work

2.7.1.2. yeah right

2.7.1.3. hidden cameras

2.8. The online self and digital professionalism

2.8.1. globalisation?

2.8.2. Interculturality?

2.9. How can interculturalism be enmeshed in all 'education'? is it the principle that's important

2.9.1. could interculturalism be part of my module?

2.9.2. hopelessly optimistic?

2.9.3. implies change as a constant in response to new cultural encounters

2.9.3.1. where then identity?

2.9.3.2. what if I disagree?

2.9.4. 'the importance of networked learning as an opportunity to experiencing otherness' (Raffaghelli & Richieri 2010

2.9.5. Hofstede's point about 'software of mind'

2.9.5.1. are we too late by the time we get to HE?

2.9.6. is interculturalism everyone's problem or just

2.10. does wikipedia represent 'interculturality'?

2.10.1. does it immediately put you into that category of change and be changed?

2.10.2. is wikipedia white?

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