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Indigenous Peoples, Globalization, and Education: Making Connections

Globalization pushes aside social, cultural, and ethical goals of education in favor of marketplace goals. Two stories of the indigenous Ju/'hoansi tribe in Botswana illustrate how even well-intentioned multicultural education programs can marginalize indigenous people, and how "globalization from below," fueled by communities of sentiment, can redirect globalization toward advancing social justice in a sustainable future. (Contains 24 references.) (TD)

  • Author/Creator: St. Denis, Verna
  • Date Published: Spr
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Alberta Journal of Educational Research
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 46
  • Year: 2000

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