Education in the Third World
This reissue examines the crucial question of how the education systems of Third World countries continue to be influenced by the former colonial powers, arguing that decisions and views made early in the twentieth century cannot always be so readily condemned from the standpoint of the 1980s. The study begins by placing the problem in its historical context and goes on to examine different regions of the Third World influenced by colonialism. It concludes with a contemporary global overview of current colonial dependency and provides a detailed and comprehensive bibliography on different facets of education and colonialism.
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THE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Chapter Four THE CONTRIBUTION OF MISSION SCHOOLS TO EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH EAST ASIA
Chapter Five EDUCATION AND COLONIALISM IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
Chapter Six COLONIALISM AND EDUCATION VIETNAM
Chapter Seven THE LEGACY OF COLONIALISM IN WEST INDIAN ECUCATION
Chapter Eight NEOCOLONIALISM AND EDUCATION IN LATIN AMERICA
Chapter Nine COOPERATION OR COLONIALISM? A PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATION OF THE SCHEME OF COOPERATION BETWEEN NE...
Chapter Ten EDUCATIONAL NEOCOLONIALISM THE CONTINUING COLONIAL LEGACY
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON COLONIALISM AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPrENT