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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55300
Doc. No:TL25254
Call number:‭3382434‬
Main Entry:Felix Ugwuozor
Title & Author:Democratic education in Nigeria: Context and imperativesFelix Ugwuozor
College:Montclair State University
Date:2009
Degree:Ed.D.
student score:2009
Page No:376
Abstract:This dissertation examines Nigeria's political and democratic dilemmas and the imperatives of education by exploring the historical political trends of the colonial and postindependence eras of the Nigerian nation-state. It identifies the nature, pattern, character, and dynamics that connect its inherited colonial education system to the prevailing political culture, to build theory of education consisting of a general logic and set of specific applications. It examines the conceptual and practical characteristics of democracy associated with a particular education, and especially seeks a linkage between philosophic education and the development of political culture. In doing so, the dissertation strives to build a body of knowledge that may assist future policymakers, educators, and teachers. The purpose is to provide the broad as well as specific theoretical analysis of pedagogical and philosophic education that may further the current understanding of how philosophic education is likely to facilitate the development of political culture--the values, beliefs, and attitudes that generally underpin the operation of democratic society, and are particularly needed for the preparation of Nigeria's future democratic citizens.
Subject:Education; Democracy; Nigeria; Philosophical education; Ethnicity; Democratic education; Education history; Education philosophy; 0520:Education history; 0998:Education philosophy
Added Entry:M. L. Weinstein
Added Entry:Montclair State University