Constructing Education for Development: International Organizations and Education for All
Psychology Press, 2003 - 196 páginas
This volume analyses the role of discourse, organizations, professionalism and conferences in shaping education for development since World War II. Using the directories and databases of international organizations, proceedings of international conferences and interviews with more than 40 development professionals, this book explores historical trends in development discourse and how these trends are reflected in education policies and projects in less industrialized countries.
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