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Women's education in the developing world

By Mairead Dunne

Abstract

Education policy and practice has historically been developed within the national/regional context. However, globalization has prompted educationalists to review their practice in the light of international influences. World issues such as global warming, conflict and the depletion of earth resources have also contributed to an increased awareness of the role that education can play in resolving these problems

Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:sro.sussex.ac.uk:18189
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