The earlier chapters have addressed a range of foci within a variety of paradigms.
Using insights from the book, this final chapter begins with a discussion of models for comparative education research.
It then makes some remarks about emphases, before concluding with comments about the insights than can be gained from comparative approaches and methods in educational research.
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