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International trends: How EEs learn around the world: Curricula and training methods usually don't just happen ¿ nation-by-nation peculiarities help shape them

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Problems of contemporary society ¿ pollution, energy, shortages, urban congestion, and mechanized war ¿ do not respect international boundaries. Perhaps some of these problems could be better met if electrical engineers throughout the world were to speak a common language, or at least become more familiar with the similarities and differences among their respective educational systems.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 5 )