By Patricia Buck,Rachel Silver
Following an preliminary advent to the ethno-historical formation and dissolution of the Somali postcolonial nation leading to a protracted exodus of Somali electorate, the textual content is split into components. half One positive aspects an exam of younger women’s techniques to education within the Dadaab refugee camps of northeastern Kenya; half seems at education between Somali ladies resettled in a northern zone of the U.S.. each one half encompasses a description of the original, if interconnected, neighborhood elements and regulations that supply upward push to specific kinds and ends of education as designed for refugee ladies. numerous chapters depict women’s strategic use of education to answer structural forces, construct intercultural social networks, and negotiate new methods of being Somali women.
Educated for switch? concludes with an research of the consequences of Somali refugee women’s education reviews for operating definitions of worldwide social justice that undergird feminist political scholarship and gender-sensitive, humanitarian relief coverage and practice.
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Educated for Change? (Education Policy in Practice: Critical Cultural Studies) by Patricia Buck,Rachel Silver