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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY
THE FOUNDATION OF COLONIAL ECONOMY 19001951
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African education agricultural allocation analysis apparatuses Asian attempt capitalist capitalist mode class inequalities class structure Coast Province colonial and post-colonial colonial Kenya colonial period commodity production conflict conflict paradigm context cultural capital development of education differentiation districts dominant East Africa economic and political economic structure educa education in Kenya educational development educational inequality educational system emergence and reproduction emphasis established ethnic European existing expansion groups hegemony human capital ideological important incorporation institutions Kiambu Kikuyu Kipsigis Kisumu land Marxist ment missionaries mode of production Mombasa Nairobi Nyanza Nyeri organisation peasants penetration percent population post-colonial post-colonial Kenya primary education primary school Province provision of education pupils racial regional relations of production relationship reproduction of educational Rift Valley Province role of education rural school opportunities school system secondary schools sector settlers social formation superstructure teachers theoretical theories of modernisation theory tion utilised White Highlands