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Theories of the effects of education on civic participation in developing societies / John W. Meyer
Bib ID 336306
Format BookBook
Author
Meyer, John W
 
Description New York : Asia Society, 1972 
11 leaves ; 28 cm. 
Series

SEADAG papers on problems of development in Southeast Asia ; 72-12.

Notes

"Edited version of the paper presented ... to the SEADAG Education and Human Resource Development Panel Seminar on "Education for Civic and Communical Participation" held at the La Fonda Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico on May 25-27, 1972."

Includes bibliographical referenceas.

Subjects Politics and education -- Southeast Asia.  |  Education -- Southeast Asia.

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