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|African intellectuals and nationalism
|The role played by universities and their agents in political and educational change in Cameroon
||Mandjack, Albert; Folefack, Ernest; Pokam, Hilaire De Prince; Ngwe, Luc
|Curriculum and democracy: implication of the linkage on today's basic education curriculum.
||Ocheng, Mary, T.K.
|Culture, identity and the role of higher education in building democracy in South Africa
||Cloete, Nico; Cross, Michael; Muller, Johan; Pillay, Surykumarie
|Higher education and the substantiation of democracy in South Africa
|Deliberative democracy and higher education policy discourse in South Africa: in defence of equitable redress
|STUDENTS’ INVOLVEMENT IN ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION- MAKING: IMPLICATIONS FOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT A CASE STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, WINNEBA, GHANA.
||Manu Daniel, Arnold Kwesi
|Is democracy possible in university governance? a case of the University of Limpopo
|The transition to equity in South African higher education: governance, fairness, and trust in everyday academic practice
|Education for democratic citizenship and cosmopolitanism: the case of the Republic of Namibia
||Shanyanana, Rachel Ndinelao
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