Review of Mark Potts’s doctoral dissertation “How can I reconceptualise international educational partnerships as a form of 'living citizenship'?”
In the abstract to his thesis Mark Potts explains how his idea of living global citizenship emerged over a ten-year period from the partnership activities between Salisbury High School and Nqabakazulu School in the black township of Kwamashu in Durban, South Africa. Wit... View more
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Potts, M. (2012). How can I reconceptualise international educational partnerships as a form of 'living citizenship'? (Doctoral dissertation, Bath Spa University, UK). Retrieved May 13, 2014, from http://www.actionresearch.net/living/markpotts.shtml