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Type: Book chapter
Title: The foundation problems for educational research arising from the PISA studies: Important issues for research into PISA studies
Author: Keeves, J.
Darmawan, I.
Citation: What Can PISA 2012 Data Tell Us? Performance and Challenges in Five Participating Southeast Asian Countries, 2016 / Thien, L., Razak, N., Keeves, J., Darmawan, I. (ed./s), Ch.12, pp.219-238
Publisher: Sense Publishers
Publisher Place: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Issue Date: 2016
ISBN: 9463004688
Editor: Thien, L.
Razak, N.
Keeves, J.
Darmawan, I.
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John P. Keeves and I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan
Abstract: The previous chapter draws attention to the relationships between education and human development and considers Amartya Sen’s ‘Capability Approach’ and the ideas that are advanced in his book Development as Freedom. The first ten chapters in this present volume do not directly link to Sen’s ideas except in so far as they discuss the processes associated with the ‘capabilities’ assessed in the PISA Studies concerned with Mathematics Literacy, Science Literacy, and Reading Literacy, as well as Problem Solving through the use of Computer-Based Assessment.
Rights: © 2016 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved.
DOI: 10.1007/978-94-6300-468-8_12
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