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Rojewski, Jay and Lasonen, Johanna, "The Role of Globalization and Context on Workforce Education and Development," International Perspectives on Workforce Education and Development, Information Age, 2004, 1-16.
Daines, Jeanette, Hartenstein, Annette and Birch, Megan, "Women, Education, and Training: Old Challenges in a New Age," Workforce Preparation: An International Perspective, Prakken Publications, 2000, 22-33.
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Brown, Bettina, Effect of Globalization on Careers, Myths, and Realities, ERIC document, No. 29, 2003.
Wonacott, Michael, Equity in Career and Technical Education Myths and Realities, ERIC document No. 20, 2002.
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