Representing Youth: School Dramas and Youth Authority in Ghana

@inproceedings{Coe2012RepresentingYS,
  title={Representing Youth: School Dramas and Youth Authority in Ghana},
  author={Cati Coe},
  year={2012}
}
After Ghana’s independence from Great Britain in 1957, elements of “Ghanaian culture” began to be introduced into schools, themselves the product of historical encounters between European missionaries, British colonial officials, and African Christian teachers and students. As a result, the schools seemed contrary to the goals of Ghanaian independence and in need of decolonization. During the 1960s and early 1970s, the interactions between the state, teachers, and students became a mutually… Expand