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What is indigenous knowledge? Voices from the academy

Semali, Ladislaus M (ed)

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  • Ordered from amazon.de, December 2004, 36 euros. This book is part of the Garland Reference Library of Social Science and is Volume 2 on Indigenous Knowledge and Schooling. Table of Contents Preface : Macedo, Donaldo. "Decolonizing indigenous knowledge" 1. Semali, Ladislaus M and Joe L Kincheloe. "What is indigenous knowledge and why should we study it?" 2. Maurial, Mahia. "Indigenous knowledge and schooling : a continuum between conflict and dialogue" 3. George, June M. "Indigenous knowledge as a component of the school curriculum" 4. Semali, Ladislaus M. "Community as classroom : (re)valuing indigenous literacy" 5. Jegede, Olugbemiro J. "Science education in nonwestern cultures : towards a theory of colateral learning" 6. Abdullah, Jill and Ernie Stringer. "Indigenous knowledge, indigenous learning, indigenous research" 7. Prakash, Madhu Suri. "Indigenous knowledge systems : ecological literacy through initiation into people's science" 8. Knijnik, Gelsa. "Indigenous knowledge and ethnomathematics approach in the Brazillian landless people education" 9. Abrokwaa, Clemente K. "Indigenous music education in Africa" 10. Mosha, R Sambuli. "The inseparable link between intellectual and spiritual formation in indigenous knowledge and education : a case study in Tanzania" 11. Mule, Lucy. "Indigenous languages in the school curriculum : what happened to Kiswahili in Kenya?" 12. Mwadime, Robert K. N. "Indigenous knowledge systems for an alternative culture in science : the role of nutritionists in Africa" 13. Parrish, Anne M. "Agricultural extension education and the transfer of knowledge in an Egyptian oasis" 14. Reynar, Rodney. "Indigenous people's knowledge and education : a tool for development" 15. Quiroz, Consuelo. "Local knowledge systems and vocational education in developing countries" 16. Rains, Frances. "Indigenous knowledge, historical amnesia and intellectual authority : deconstructing hegemony and the social and political implications of the curricular 'other'" 17. Viergever, Marcel "Indigenous knowledge : an interpretation of views from indigenous peoples" About the editors and contributors Index
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Series Title: Garland Reference Library of Social Science, Volume 1191
ISBN:0-8153-3157-6
Publisher: New York : Falmer Press
Publication Year:1999
Physical Details: xvi ; 381p
Record No.:14366

Type/Format Accession number Call number Status Due Date Last Seen
Monograph 2005-0014 N 637 SEM.W Not for loan 2006-11-03