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Dialectic of Higher Education for the Colonised: the case of Non-White Universities in South Africa

Creator Kogila Moodley

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Date 1971-00-00
Resource type Essays
Language
Keywords EDUCATION
TOPIC 244
TERTIARY
UNIVERSITIES
SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANISATION
BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS MOVEMENT
Coverage SOUTH AFRICA

Source Wits Historical Papers
Extent 9 pages
Description The institution of education in any society lends itself to two-fold functions, a conservative and a progressive one. It can be viewed as a custodian of societal values or constitute a threat to the traditional social order. Viewed against this background, South Africa which is not legitimated by the majority and relies on coercion rather than consensus, appears all the contradictory in extending higher education to its politically excluded majority.
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