A Study on the Mainstream of Real Estate Education with Core Term Analysis
AbstractThis study was conducted to provide basic information about the curricula of real estate education with respect to globalization. The literature, such as the histories and characteristics of real estate education in the United Kingdom and the United States that have historically lead real estate education, are reviewed. We also extract the core terms used in the curricula of departments accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business—International that are leading the globalization of education, and Meikai University, the only university with a real estate department in Japan. In extracting core terms from each country, we proceed with basic terms that constitute the subject titles, not the entire subject title itself. After extracting core terms from each country, we discuss the overall characteristics of real estate education in each country and clarify the main stream of the globalization of real estate education. In addition, by comparing core terms and calculating proximities among Japan, the United Kingdom and United States, Japan’s specificities of real estate education are identified. View Full-Text
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Kim, D.-H.; Pior, M.-Y. A Study on the Mainstream of Real Estate Education with Core Term Analysis. Educ. Sci. 2018, 8, 182.
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Kim, Dong-hyun; Pior, Myoung-young. 2018. "A Study on the Mainstream of Real Estate Education with Core Term Analysis." Educ. Sci. 8, no. 4: 182.
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