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100 1  Barongo-Muweke, Norah.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/no2011136134 
245 10 Decolonizing Education. 
264  1 [Place of publication not identified] :|bSpringer 
       Fachmedien Wiesbaden,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource (315). 
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490 1  Burgerbewusstsein. 
505 0  DeDeconstructing Postcolonial Ambivalence in Educational 
       Perspective -- Decolonization -- Sociological 
       Invisiblization -- Political Didactic Structuring of 
       Consciousness -- The Need for Localizing Research -- 
       Clarifying Philosophical Underpinnings. 
520    Norah Barongo-Muweke aims to reconstruct a theory of 
       citizenship education for the postcolonial South. She 
       works towards fostering scientific construction and 
       mainstreaming of postcoloniality as analytical category, 
       dimension of gender, policy, sustainable learning and 
       societal transformation. A consistent conceptual framework
       for theorising together gender and postcoloniality is 
       absent so far. In her analyses citizenship awareness and 
       its bedrock institutions are eroded. Contents 
       Deconstructing Postcolonial Ambivalence in Educational 
       Perspective Decolonization Sociological Invisiblization 
       Political Didactic Structuring of Consciousness The Need 
       for Localizing Research Clarifying Philosophical 
       Underpinnings Target groups Researchers, teachers and 
       students in social and educational science Educational 
       planers, educationists, curriculum developers, policy 
       makers, international development partners and academic 
       funding institutions The Author Dr. Norah Barongo-Muweke 
       is a Post-doc scientist at the Center for South-North 
       Cooperation in Educational Research and practice at the 
       Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg in scientific 
       collaboration with AGORA Politische Bildung, Institut fur 
       Politische Wissenschaft, Leibniz Universitat Hannover. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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       authorities/subjects/sh2007005899|zAfrica, Southern.|0http
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       Education.|dSpringer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 2016
       |z9783658140649|z365814064X|w(OCoLC)946908061. 
830  0 B├╝rgerbewusstsein, Schriften zur politischen Kultur und 
       politischen Bildung.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no2009063090 
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