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Kristina Dohrn: "A 'Golden Generation'? Framing the Future among Senior Students at Gülen-inspired Schools in Urban Tanzania."

Palgrave

Palgrave


Abstract:

This book examines diverse ways in which young people from around the world envision and prepare for their future education, careers, and families.  The book features cutting-edge anthropological essays including ethnographic accounts of schooling in India, South Africa, the US, Bhutan, Tanzania, and Nigeria. Each chapter focuses on today’s generation of students and on students' use of education to create new possibilities for themselves. This volume will be of particular interest to practicing teachers and anthropologists and to readers who seek an ethnographic understanding of the world as seen through the eyes of students.

 

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Bibliographical References:
Dohrn, Kristina. 2017. "A 'Golden Generation'? Framing the Future among Senior Students at Gülen-inspired Schools in Urban Tanzania." , in Stambach, A. and Hall K. (eds.), Youth and the Politics of Possibility: Anthropological Perspectives on Student Futures. New York: Palgrave, pp. 51-67.