Culture and Education: The Social Consequences of Western Schooling in Contemporary Swaziland
Culture and Education takes a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach as it investigates the relationship between the traditional Swazi home environment and school achievement. It studies the influence of cultural context in the learning process while it explores the historical, sociological, anthropological, and psychological influences on Swazi children's learning.
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Traditional Swazi Education
Educational Design or Disorder? Historical
The Fight for Control over Education
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