|Abstract||This study examines the issues of indigenous philosophies, which are embedded in different aspects of socialization process among the Akan of Ghana. The research explores the possibility of forging a new future that builds on the positive aspects of their past and present and on carefully chosen ideas, methods and technology from abroad.|
|Keywords||Akan (African people Education Akan philosophy Education Philosophy|
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|Call number||DT510.43.A53.O55 2003|
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