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Education & Social Transition in the Third World

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Through a comparative analysis of educational theory and practice, this analytic overview illuminates the larger economic and political changes occurring in five peripheral countries--China, Cuba, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Nicaragua--commonly viewed as in transition to socialism. Current political patterns and leadership in these countries have emerged in the context of pr ...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published March 6th 1990 by Princeton University Press (first published February 14th 1990)
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