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David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
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Journal of Moral Education 23 (3):305-314 (1994)
Abstract Popular education stands in the background of the majority of efforts in human rights education in Latin America. Both kinds of education have contributed to the education of people as producers, citizens and people. As producers, people are located in the common world of labour and the corresponding culture, as citizens in a sphere of rights and obligations, as people in their life?histories. All these dimensions provide challenges of a different kind to education; they are approached on the background of liberation theology and Peruvian experiences
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