and Using Research Results from the South.
Professor Iffat Farah (Aga Khan University,
Partnerships for Research in Developing Countries.[29.01.04]
Professor Frode Storås (University of Bergen)
Multimedia and the
teaching of cultural variations.
Literacy in Two
Languages? Implementing language policy in a post-colonial context.[10.01.04]
"But English is the language of science and technology" - the language
of instruction in Africa - with a special look at Tanzania[10.01.04]
Halima Mohammed Mwinsheikne
Surmounting the Language Barrier: An In-depth study of Tanzania
Secondary School Science Teachers' Initiatives in Coping with the
English/Kiswahili Dilemma in the Teaching/Learning Process.[10.01.04]
Eurica Sigcau Nompucuko
Educational implications of non-standard varieties of Xhosa.[10.01.04]
Culture and Gender
Why girls leave primary
school before having passed the First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)
and why many of them are never enrolled at school. A study from three
schools of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cameroon.[10.01.04]
Educating Women Through
NGO Programmes: Contradictions of Culture and Gender in Rural Bangladesh.[10.01.04]
Pia Karlsson & Amir Mansory
Islamic and Modern
Education in Afghanistan - Conflictual or Complementary?[10.01.04]
Socialization in the Changing Society: Parents' Views in Two Gambian
Students' socio-economic status in higher education in Southwest China.
(not available online).
Hans Erik Stolten
Historians and History Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa.
Revealing Divergence or Advocating Nation Building.[10.01.04]
Ann Merete Otterstad & Hans Jørgen Braathe
challenges and contradictions in institutional co operation work -
Teacher Education in Bangladesh.[10.01.04]
Gunnar Guddal Michelsen
From Governmental Steering towards a New Globality within African
Higher Education: The Case of Senegal. (not available online).
Designing social research: A methodological note of the study of
Professionalization of schoolteachers in Bangladesh.[10.01.04]
Technologies of research
and a self actualizationof the research subject in the south. Some
empirical and ethical challenges. (not available online, contact
Tshireletso by e-mail).
Ingunn K. Mork Bjørndal
If you don't do it our
way, forget it! Reflections on Doing Research on Education and Context
Papers from NETREED
The theme of the conference was:
Doing educational research in developing countries - the research
agenda and appropriate methods.
Other Papers of
Professor Birgit Brock-Utne: Formulating
Higher Education Policies in Africa - the Pressure from External Forces
and the Neoliberal Agenda. [21.11.03]