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    Does Colonialism Exert a Long Term Economic Impact on Adult Literacy?

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    Examining the reason for differences in adult literacy rates across countries, this study finds that colonialism exerts a long term negative economic impact on literacy rates of the colonised. Investigating in particular, the effects of the French and British colonisation policies, the results of this study indicate that the colonial legacy remained long after independence, slowing down improvements in literacy rates in the former colonies. In conclusion it is noted that the implementation of policies that will ensure equal access to education for all is important.

    University of Wollongong Campus News 29 May 1975

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 12 August 1981

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 10 September 1982

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 11 March 1986

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 6 October 1987

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 11 September 1990

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    University of Wollongong Campus News 21 April 1993

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    University of Wollongong Recreation and Sports Association Annual Report 1987

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    University of Wollongong Graduation Booklet - Commerce 8 May 1997

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