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Preface: Can a Spider Weave its Way out of the Web that it is Being Woven into, Just as it Weaves? Angel M.Y. Lin 1. Introduction: Struggles to Construct New Research Imaginations in Response to Chen's Challenges Philip Wing Keung Chan, Hongzhi Zhang & Jane Kenway 2. `Asia as Method': Chen's Conceptual Openings Jane Kenway 3. East-West Dialogue: Three Cases in Chinese Educational Research Hongzhi Zhang, Philip Chan, Yujia Wang & Cunzhen Yang 4. A Japanese Perspective on the Implications of Silence in Education Dat Bao 5. "Asia as [a] method" of Complexity and Dialogue Bin Wu 6. Generalizing the Self? Asianizing Perspectives on International Education and the Formation of Self Nhai Nguyen & Peodair Leihy 7. Revisiting `Local Wisdom': Efforts to Improve Education Quality in Indonesia Paulus Kuswandono, Isti Gandana & Siti Rohani 8. Problematizing `National Identities' and the `East-West Dichotomy' through the Language Practices and Values of English Language Teacher Trainees in Vietnam Thuy Linh Le & Hai Ha Vu 9. Doing Educational Research in Asia: Contextualizing Western Methodology in Bangladesh Mohammod Moninoor Roshid, Mohammad Nure Alam Siddique, Md. Mahbub Alam Sarkar, Foez Ahmed Mozumder & Hosne Ara Begum 10. Against Asia-centric Methods: Australia-China Theoretic-linguistic Knowledge Co-production Michael Singh 11. A Collaborative Postscript: Imagination, Aspiration, Anticipation and Hesitation Hongzhi Zhang, Philip Wing Keung Chan & Jane Kenway
Hongzhi Zhang is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Education, Monash University. Philip Wing Keung Chan is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Education, Monash University. Jane Kenway is a Professorial Fellow with the Australian Research Council, a Professor in the Faculty of Education at Monash University and an elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.
It's a unique and ground-breaking project and promises to start a new movement in the field of education research. Angel Lin, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
In conclusion, Asia as Method in Education Studies: A Defiant Research Imagination is a unique reference, presenting the hard work of opening up to readers the possibility that Asia as method is an attitude and epistemological orientation for arguing how Asia can generate knowledge. Van-Trao Nguyen, Hanoi University