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Very little has been written about higher education and child soldiers. The main purpose of the international overview is to provide a broad perspective of the challenges, opportunities, and realities of higher education in different conflict and postconflict settings.
One of the main characteristics of most of these conflicts is that in the post-conflict stage, universities were not expected to contribute to peacebuilding. Inthe Germans used poison gas in Ypres at the borderline with Belgium causing over a thousand deaths and four thousand wounded people among French and Algerian soldiers. The inclusion of several countries allows a historical overview of the roles of higher education in three major moments of recent history: Among them, the historic character of universities and higher education and the accretion of functions attributed to higher education Ashby, ; Carnegie Commission on Higher Education,and the fact that higher education has been studied from different disciplines economy, sociology, politics, philosophy resulting in complementary, contradictory, or overlapping observations.
Additional document sources such as newspapers and institutional documentation were used to enrich the description. Diamond and McDonald provided a list of organizations from the United States engaged in activities corresponding to each of the nine tracks.
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Another problem is that it is usually taken for granted that all higher education institutions perform these three functions on a regular basis, but in fact there are many institutions for which research is not considered part of their core functions, and the service component can be completely foreign to others. This international overview illustrates how universities performed some of those functions. I presented myself as interested in how higher education institutions deal with the armed conflict and whether or not they have contributed to peacebuilding and avoided making reference to my previous position at the Ministry, but when I was asked about it I acknowledged it and was willing to discuss topics related to that position after the interview.
Programs on peace, conflict, or human rights offered by HEIs affiliated to the military Second, providing an overview of the role of higher education during conflict and postconflict in several countries and in different moments of contemporary history during the twentieth century. Since the beginning of the conflict, German professors supported the involvement of the empire in war.
These questions were unianees answered through the interviews and data collected, even though the answers from the multiple subjects were not necessarily consistent or coherent. Yet, those roles were not always conducive for peacebuilding. Such evaluation would imply comparing against an ideal to determine whether expectations are met or not.
It is usually said that one of the most important contributions of the university to the war was offering their students to the service of the country. A Yolanda y Alfredo, a Danielle, a Mateo. The answer was negative; university faculties were split and assigned to different competent production ministries. The conceptual framework for the study is a taxonomy of the functions of higher education designed by the author. After analyzing the role of higher education in Kosovo, Tahirsylaj concluded that the existence of the Universities of Kosovo and Pristina evidenced the failure of higher education in fostering a culture of reconciliation and promoting peacebuilding in the country, because each of these universities served specifically one population either Serbs or Albanians while excluding the other ethnical group, despite admitting students from other ethnical minorities.
Ivan Francisco Pacheco Persistent l With the eruption of the knowledge economy, knowledge became both a product and a tool to be used in the production of economic benefits. During the first stage I gathered background information regarding Colombia, its higher education system, and the history of the conflict. Interviewees were given the opportunity of concealing their identity in several moments: This research does not evaluate how effective those activities are in achieving or contributing to peacebuilding.
At this point, it is important to stress that the purpose of this taxonomy is not to describe how higher education works, or to evaluate how specific institutions or countries perform in some of the functions below identified; the purpose of this classification is to provide a framework that allows a holistic view of the possibilities and challenges of higher education in peacebuilding.
However, they may help identify sound questions and potential methods to conduct further studies. World War I and II and the interwar period ; the Cold War ; and the post-cold war period to present timeas shown in Figure 1 below. It is also interesting that! General education individual student and the 2.
In a further edition, Yinp. I conducted 23 semi-structured interviews in Spanish See Appendix A — List of Intervieweeswhich is my first language. I also traveled to Bucaramanga, from where I was able to go to Aguachica, and Barrancabermeja. Providing an effective locus for the evaluation of society or the critical function of the university.
In terms of geographic regions, the sample contains countries from North and South America, Europe and Africa. In geographical terms, interviewees tended to be concentrated towards the center and north of the country.
This protective role has not been addressed yet in higher education research. There are also skeptical ones who believe that universities usually accommodate to whoever is in power. The historic criterion has been emphasized through the selection of countries and conflicts and through the chronological organization of the chapters.
The concept of university is relative as well, not only because the formal definitions of university vary across nations but also because of the multiple shapes that the concept of university can take. Google Maps generated using Google Fusion. The quality and abundance of information varied considerably from one country to another.
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These short descriptions allowed a comprehensive view of the portrayed conflicts and institutions, as well as presenting the uniqueness of each conflict and each institution while pointing out shared elements and important differences across cases. This approach was reasonable considering the scope of the study, but it is possible that some features and challenges unique to non-universities were overlooked. The participation of American University at Washington, as well citqs other universities including MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Johns Hopkins, in this type of research has been well documented Fitzgerald, Cargilla development has five main activities: The disadvantage of this approach is that it would imply the assumption that the goals and challenges of primary, secondary, and vocational education are the same than those for higher!
One of them had experience in qualitative research and the second one had a similar background to the one I would find in the potential interviewees and deals with Latin American rectors and vice-rectors on a regular basis.
Conflict Research Consortium, University of Colorado, n. Chapter Four is dedicated to the conceptual framework, focusing in the taxonomy of the functions of higher education that was used as the main conceptual framework. Only Millican used a well-defined conceptual framework, based on the development of citizenship and how student community engagement programs contributed to that purpose.
This research corresponds to the ideal setting for a case study described by Yin. A good number of university students had firearms and other military equipment; they conducted regular military exercises, and were organized on military basis, apparently with the knowledge—and approval—of university authorities Wolf,p.
The objectives of this study are threefold: Several authors have addressed this topic and many of them took it beyond the scope enunciated by the Commission.