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Christian Religious Education in Kenya : An Assessment of the Evolution and Operation of the Western Missionary Ideology
This study analyses the problems of moral education within Christian religious education in Kenya. It focuses on the displacement of African traditional education by the Western missionary ideology. The latter's influence ...
Gender and the social and economic impact of drought on the residents of Turkana district in Kenya
The study seeks to assess the adaptive strategies employed by men and women within their respective social and economic backgrounds to cope with challenges in the drought-stricken Turkana District. The study utilizes ...
Phenomenological Underpinnings for Gender and Feminist Research in Education: Positioning Twenty-FirstCentury African Contexts
(Kenyatta University, 2019)
This paper addresses the near-absence of feminist theorisation and methodological considerationsas a conceptual gap in the gender research in African contexts.Not only is this perceived gaprelevant toresearch onfamily ...
Relationship between fishing industry around Lake Victoria and enrollment of girls in secondary schools of Nyangoma Division, Siaya County, Kenya
The Sustainable Development Goals aimed at empowering women and achieving gender equity in education. In Kenyan the government emphasizes on girls’ education to bring it at par with that of the boys as stipulated in the ...
An assessment of the extent of Facebook use by Students at Kisii University, Kenya and its Implication on Educational Activities
(ScienceDomain International, 2015-03)
The study purposed to assess the extent of Facebook use by fourth year Bachelor of Education students at Kisii University, Kenya and its implication on educational activities. Social networking sites allow users to ...
Neo-liberalism and the Subversion of Academic Freedom from Within: Money, Corporate Cultures and ‘Captured’ Intellectuals in African Public Universities
(Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, 2012)
In the last two decades, neo-liberal thinking and practices, as outcomes of globalization, have shaped social, economic, and educational policies. Within higher education institutions, the application of neo-liberal ...
Research Capacity on Ageing in Africa: Limitations and Ways Forward
(British Society of Gerontology, 2005-04)
The Role of Distance Teacher Education in Increasing the Supply of Primary School Teachers in Sub-Saharan Africa
(Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education, 2011)
This paper attempts to show that a sustainable supply of qualified teachers required to provide quality education for all children in Africa faces very serious challenges which have not been met by the conventional ...
Professional conduct of academic staff in public universities in Kenya: learners’ perception
One of the key roles and responsibilities of academic staff in a university is to develop the intellectual capacity of their learners by imparting knowledge and skills. They also play a fundamental role in moulding the ...
Teachers’ gendered identities, pedagogy and HIV/AIDS education in African settings within the ESAR
(Bioinfo Publications, 2006)
This article uses data selected from two studies in countries of the Eastern and Southern Africa Region (ESAR), namely, Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, to explore how teachers used ...