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The Power of Social Theory: The Anti-Colonial Discursive Framework
This paper introduces the anti-colonial discourse as a guiding framework for forming alliances and partnerships among anti-oppression activists in the academia and the larger society. To this end, itExpand
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Racialized Politics: The Debate about Racism in America
Are Americans less prejudiced now than they were in the 1970s, or has racism simply gone "underground"? Is racism something that is learned as children, or is it a result of certain social groupsExpand
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What is to Be Done? A Look at Some Causes and Consequences of the African Brain Drain
Defined primarily in terms of the exodus of the highly talented from the Southern countries to the North, the phenomenon known as “brain drain” has gained in importance during recent decades andExpand
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The Return of the Subaltern: International Education and Politics of Voice
In a rapidly globalizing world, it is becoming a major task of international education to study a variety of sociopolitical, economic, developmental, and intercultural relations, at the heart ofExpand
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Language, Education and Development: Case Studies from the Southern Contexts
In many Southern countries, there are multiple and conflicting perspectives regarding the central role of language, particularly in relation to educational and developmental issues. A great number ofExpand
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Frequency and Characteristics of Violence against Nurses of Emergency
Background and Objective: Emergency ward of hospitals is usually the first place that patient and his/her family faces with, and aggression towards personnel is the most common reaction that they mayExpand
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