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Women and Power, Education, Religion and Identity
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Coédition NENA/CODESRIA
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anglais
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Women and Power

Education, Religion and Identity

Coédition NENA/CODESRIA

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Education is an important tool for the development of human potential.
Organizations and individuals interested in development consider knowledge,
skills and attitudes, obtained through formal, non-formal and incidental
learning, as invaluable assets. Therefore, it is necessary to reflect on
fundamental elements that shape the process through which education is
attained: How do people learn, and what are the conditions that facilitate
effective learning? Answers to these questions demonstrate that no education
can be politically neutral, because there is no value-free education. The
traditional or indigenous education systems in Nigeria, which covered (and
still cover) physical training, development of character, respect for elders
and peers, development of intellectual skills, specific vocational trainings,
developing a sense of belonging and participation in community affairs, and
understanding, appreciating and promoting the cultural heritage of the
community were, and are, not value-free. In other words, the goals and purpose
of education, the content, the entire process and the procedures chosen for
evaluation in education are all value-laden. This book attempts to show that
the teaching-learning process in higher education, and religion, taught and
learned through non-formal and informal education (or the hidden curriculum),
and other socialization processes within and outside the formal school system,
all interface to determine the persons that women become. This education
enhances or limits women's capabilities, whether in the civic-political sphere
or in their attempts to resist violence. Hence, education and religion have
ways of empowering or disempowering women.
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