Prof. Manisha Pathak-Shelat (also use Shelat )

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Name: Prof. Manisha Pathak-Shelat (also use Shelat )
Country: India
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Member type: Specialist member
Organisation: MICA
Topics of most interest: Global Education as a whole, Citizenship education , Development education, Gender education, Multi- Intercultural, anti-racist education, Sustainable development education
Types of education of most interest: Secondary, Higher education, Non formal education, Youth work and direct engagement of young people
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research, Comparative research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Policy, Teacher education
Recent publications:

Pathak-Shelat, Manisha & Bhatia, Kiran (2019). Examining the significance of online discursive engagement as a form of civic participation. Global Media Journal (Indian Edition), vol11, issue 1, p.1-19. Available at http://gmj.manipal.edu/

Pathak-Shelat, Manisha & Bhatia, Kiran (2018). Young people as global citizens: negotiation of youth civic participation in adult-managed online spaces. Journal of Youth Studies, DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2018.1483074

Pathak-Shelat, Manisha (2018). Social media and youth: Implications for global citizenship. In (Eds.), E. Sant & C. Peck, Handbook of global citizenship and education. Palgrave Macmillan.

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