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A new theory of education reform in Indonesia

Ella Yulaelawati

A new theory of education reform in Indonesia

globalisation and recontextualisation in the postcolonial condition

by Ella Yulaelawati

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Published by Nagara in Jakarta .
Written in English


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StatementElla Yulaelawati.
The Physical Object
Pagination408 p. :
Number of Pages408
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23537929M
ISBN 109789791436175
LC Control Number2009327181
OCLC/WorldCa401719690

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The functionalist theory The functionalist theory focuses on the ways that universal education serves the needs of society. Functionalists first see education in its manifest role: conveying basic knowledge and skills to the next generation. From A/AS Level to Primary, Cambridge University Press has a broad selection of different school books and educational resources for students and teachers.


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