- Education policy in practice : critical cultural studies
- Machine generated contents note: 1.In the Confluence of Islamic East and West: Muslim Girls and Women in School -- 2.Somalia: Tracing a Contested Traditionalism -- 3."If Any Culture is in Need of Change, It's Somali Culture": Enlightenment and Girls' and Women's Empowerment in the Dadaab Refugee -- 4.Negotiating the Dadaab Landscape: Refugees Respond to Polarity in Dadaab -- 5.Somali Refugee Girls and Women in School -- 6."The Culture Will Change as the World Changes": Using School to Navigate the Global Era -- 7.Dialogues of Change -- 8.Bridge: From Dadaab to Milltown -- 9.The United States and Milltown: Traditionalism, Liberalism, and Nativism -- 10.Somali Women in U.S. Schools -- 11.Crafting Identity Through Community Building -- 12."You Better Say Your Prayers Before Prayers Are Said for You": Negotiating and Regulating Gender Change -- 13.Educated for Change?: Some Concluding Thoughts.
- 9781617356209 (pbk.), 1617356204 (pbk.), 9781617356216 (hardcover), 1617356212 (hardcover), 9781617356223 (ebook), and 1617356220 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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