The political economy of literacy in the Third World

Youngman, Frank
December 1990
Convergence;1990, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
Presents varying ideas on the political economy of literacy programs in developing countries. Perspective of political economy; Structural context of literacy; Literacy and the state.


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