Crossing cultural boundaries: do Chinese young people share the same values as Western youth? Implications for education.
Harvard Club of Shanghai invites you to join an exclusive dinner event with Dr. Helen Haste, Professor of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and University of Bath, UK.
In seeking agendas for global education, there is a tendency to assume universal values that apply, and are valued, equally in all cultures. While there are some common values, there are important differences in priorities, and in the meaning and implications of some core values. This has implications both for global education and for students who cross cultural boundaries for their studies. During her presentation, Professor Haste will compare youth perceptions of Chinese values with Western values.
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Tuesday 7 August 2018 | 18:30 - 21:00
Nanjing West Rd./Jiangning Rd. (Jingan district)
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER | 演讲人简介
Professor Helen Haste’s research interests lie in civic and moral development and education, in cultural psychology, gender, and science and society. She has conducted research in China on some of these topics. She is the author or editor of seven books and numerous scholarly papers. She was the director, 2012-2018, for the Harvard Graduate School of Education Spencer Foundation-funded New Civics Early Career Scholars Program which supports doctoral students whose research interests concern civic education and civic engagement. She was co-editor of the journal Political Psychology from 2010-15 and was president of the International Society of Political Psychology in 2002. She is a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Science, the British Psychological Society and the Royal Society of Arts.