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Teaching the 'native' : behind the architecture of an unequal education system

Auteur: Joseph Daniel Reilly; Human Sciences Research Council,
Uitgever: Cape Town : HSRC Press, 2016
Editie/materiaalsoort:   Gedrukt boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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This book joins the growing body of work (much of it by South African scholars) displacing the many mind-numbingly dull texts loaded with assumptions and logics that, in the case of South Africa,  Meer lezen...

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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / bijdragers: Joseph Daniel Reilly; Human Sciences Research Council,
ISBN: 9780796925145 ) 0796925143
OCLC-nummer: 1015667435
Beschrijving: vi, 302 pages ; 20 cm
Inhoud: Introduction; Why anthropology?; Chapter I: Anthropology and education; Some theoretical issues in educational historiography; Some thoughts on anthropology, representation and history; Conclusion; Chapter II: The Bourgeois turn: The nursery of Milner's kindergarten; The education of the British working class; Ireland: The colonial laboratory; Capitalist education policy in colonized Jamaica; Mixed signals: The Bourgeois veneer in Indian education; Conclusion; Chapter III: South Africa before 1900; Introduction; Cecil Rhodes as context; Missionaries and "peaceful subjugation"; Chapter IV: Removing the Gloves in the New Century: The Education Debates; Introduction; Education and the solution of the crisis of African labour; The missions fall in line; Chapter V: The two USAs; African-American education in the Southern United States; Educational foundations: Guiding inequity; Exporting the model; Chapter VI: Charles Templeman Loram: Forefather of Bantu education; Introduction; A critical look at the education of the South African native; Conclusion; Chapter VII: The alliance for regress; Introduction; Pan-African otherness: The Phelps-Stokes commissions; The advisory committee on education in the colonies; Modern craniology: Intelligence tests; Conclusion; Chapter VIII: Functionalism and the international institute of African languages and cultures: Whoring for Empire; Malinowski delivers his "Nig Lec."; Conclusion; Chapter IX: Resistances: The struggle for education; Introduction; African responses to colonial education; W.E.B. Du Bois: A passion for justice; Conclusion; Chapter X: Conclusions; Introduction; Clearing the way for Apartheid: South Africa in the 1930s legacies; Some last thoughts on education and the cultivation of difference; Bibliography; Index.
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