THE ETHICS OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING AS A PEDAGOGICAL DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE: A CANADIAN STUDY.
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The ethics of international service learning as a pedagogical development practice: a Canadian study.

 

International service learning, a form of service learning where students travel to developing countries to provide community services of varying types, has come to be common practice at universities throughout the Global North. This paper reports and discusses a case study focused on the ethical questions arising from current practice at one Canadian university. The study follows the path students take from their home university to their final placement. In the context of the political economy of North–South relations in a period of neoliberalism, the analysis considers the ethics of power differentials, reciprocity, accountability, student preparedness and qualifications in relation to host communities. The article concludes with a critique of post-secondary institutional involvement with and promotion of international service learning.

Keywords: International service learning, development, education, political economy, ethics

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