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Title:Teaching African Politics at American Colleges and Universities: A Survey
Authors:Kenshi, Henry C.
Kenski, Margaret C.
Year:1976
Periodical:African Studies Review
Volume:19
Issue:2
Period:September
Pages:101-110
Language:English
Geographic terms:United States
Africa
Subjects:political science
secondary education
higher education
Education and Oral Traditions
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/523567
Abstract:In 1973 the authors conducted a survey of political scientists teaching African politics courses at American colleges and universities. The intention was to collect information about: 1. the techniques used in teaching African politics; 2. the books assigned most frequently to students; 3. the choice of African political systems for emphasis in the classroom; 4. the current level of student interest in African politics. Information was also collected about the teachers: how many have done field research, in which countries do they have the most expertise, and which approaches to political development do they find useful in teaching? General purpose, methodology, results and conclusions are to be seen in this paper. Notes; ref.; fig.
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