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Land as Story and the Place o f The Story: A Contemporary Kenyan Illustration of Landscape as Text
The discussion of this paper seeks to contribute to the growing body of wide ranging stud ies which seek to analyse the diffusion of the core concepts regarding ‘places’ and ‘landscape’ as texts of social, anthropological ...
Gendered Challenges and Opportunities in Module II Programs in Kenyan Public Universities: A Critical Appraisal
(Centre for Promoting Ideas, USA, 2011-12)
African countries have, since independence recognized education as a major catalyst of development . Five decades later, this focus has not changed although literacy rates remain low. In Kenya, many initiatives to increase ...
Influence of gender roles on students pursuing module ii programs in Kenyan public universities.
(Centre for Promoting Ideas, USA, 2011-09)
Module II programs in Kenyan Public Universities have grown over the last ten years giving expanded access to many Kenyans hitherto unable to access higher education. Since the programs are being offered in an educational ...
Gender In Nascent Module II Programmes In Kenyan Public Universities A Descriptive Survey
This study addresses the intersection of issues of gender and the nascent Module II Programmes in public universities in Kenya. The term Module II programmes to refer to all the adult continuing/lifelong education programmes ...
Representations of the postcolonial state in the childhood metaphor in selected postcolonial texts
(ASD Publisher, 2015)
In the analysis of postcolonial literature, there is no systematic construction of a framework to factor in childhood as a metaphor. Postcolonial criticism has not been engaged further in the enterprise of literary analysis, ...