Comparing Students' Perceptions of Global Citizenship in Hungary and the USA
The authors compare and contrast the United States and Hungary to characterize how university-level learners understand the concept of 'intercultural citizen'; they decided that the term 'global citizen' would be more accessible to learners replying to a questionnaire. Although they find some understanding of the concept among their two national groups, they conclude that it is limited and that a richer understanding needs to be developed.
Golubeva, I., Wagner, M., & Yakimowski, M. (2016). Comparing students' perceptions of global citizenship in Hungary and the USA. In M. Byram, I. Golubeva, H. Hui, & M. Wagner (Eds.), From Principles to Practice in Education for Intercultural Citizenship (pp. 3-24). Bristol, UK; Tonawanda, NY: Multilingual Matters.