This book examines the effects of education exchange on educational sovereignty in Indonesia. Since independence, Indonesia has increasingly relied on the education programs of foreign providers. The author draws from critical education, dependency, and transnational and interdependence theories to highlight the defining features of educational sovereignty and demonstrate the role of state and non-state actors in its maintenance.
Anita Abbott is Director of Global Partnership and Development, Chief Academic Officer and Provost, and Adjunct Professor at Charisma University, Turks and Caicos Islands. She has taught international relations and business. Her research interests include transnationalism, sovereignty, international disputes and agreements, and global governance.
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Transnational Education and Educational Sovereignty: A Framework for Analysis
Chapter 3. Historical and Political Background of Post-Secondary Education in Indonesia
Chapter 4. Foreign Education Presence and Indonesian Education Laws
Chapter 5. Reciprocity in Transnational Post-Secondary Education in Indonesia
Chapter 6. Nature of the Indonesia-United States Education Relationship
Chapter 7. Equality in the Indonesia-US Education Relationship Chapter 8. Indonesian Identity and Cultural Values
Chapter 9. Normative and non-normative discourses in transnational educacation partnership: Indonesia-New Zealand Case Study
Chapter 10: Conclusion