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Home schooling in South Africa as an alternative to institutionalized education

@inproceedings{Moore2002HomeSI,
  title={Home schooling in South Africa as an alternative to institutionalized education},
  author={Glynnis Leigh Moore},
  year={2002}
}
  • Glynnis Leigh Moore
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • The dissertation involves an investigation into home schooling in South Africa as an alternative to institutionalised schooling. This is done by means of qualitative research techniques, whereby an ethnographic study of a single home-schooling family takes place. This study occurs against the background established by a comprehensive literature review of the context, nature, scope and current issues of the home-schooling movement, in selected international countries as well as in South Africa… CONTINUE READING

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