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Trends in research and documentation of music in the 21st century: the Kenyan situation
(PASMAE East African Regional Conference, 2014)
Scholarship encompasses notions of research, publication, teaching and learning as well as the dissemination and application of findings. The proposed paper focuses on the research arm of scholarship in music. Research ...
Exploring Hip Hop Music through the Participatory Research Approach
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2013)
This paper discusses the use of hip hop as an important method for research in social and human sciences which aims to conscientise and transform the lives of female late adolescents. The paper was informed by research ...
Theoretical conceptions of human movement and their implication for dance instruction in selected Kenyan primary schools
(Kenyatta University, 1997)
The purpose of this study was to analyse the implication of selected theoretical conceptions on the content of dance programmes and the methods of dance instruction in Kenya primary schools. Specifically, the study ...
Reflections on an era: freedom songs and liberation movements in Africa: a case study of Kenya and South Africa
(The East Africa at 50 Conference, 2013)
This paper argues for an interdisciplinary educational approach, towards an understanding of the African Liberation struggle and the recognition of the liberation songs as important historical documents. In order to allow ...
Gender Education Liberation Agenda: An Art-Based Participatory Approach
(Mount Kenya University Annual research and Innovation conference, 2013)
Research in the social and human sciences requires methods and approaches that seek not only to interpret the social reality and experiences of the participants, but also to generate their empowerment. By so-doing, research ...
Building an anti-racist academy: Plotting a Pathway for Youth (the Next Generation of Academic)
(University of South Africa, 2013-07)
South African academy is perhaps the most colonized space. It is a site for production and reproduction of a variety of discourses which keep in place certain colonial and apartheid structures which have as their intent ...