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communion with ancestral spirits, and have a firm faith that the dead, the living, and the unborn will unite to rebuild the destroyed shrines. Unlike most religious forms of education, Ubuntu advocates an ethical approach to science and technology that appreciates the interconnectedness of life. This

In: The Wheels of Soul in Education
Author: Ivor F. Goodson

life history has a lot to say about. Studies of people’s life and work and why they went into it, and what motivates them. What could be more crucial to understanding the human condition than that? I can’t think of anything. JERRY: If people would just realize that. It sounds like your feeling is

In: Life Politics

CHAPTER 1 IMAGINE THE LIFE OF THE NEOCOLONIZED IN THE RESTERN WORLD. I wish to begin this chapter with a poem that I wrote about a year ago on the socio- economic and political plights of poor people living in the restem world. In this poem, which I entitled IMAGINE a COUNTRY, I raise issues

In: Education Under Occupation

1 CHAPTER 1 IMAGINE THE LIFE OF THE NEOCOLONIZED IN THE THIRD WORLD I wish to begin this chapter with a poem that I wrote about a year ago on the socio- economic and political plights of poor people living in the Third World. In this poem, which I entitled IMAGINE a COUNTRY, I raise issues

In: The Occupier and the ""New"" Occupied

contrary, the research that informed this book is an outgrowth of a lived experience occurring during a childhood moment. It is a desire to understand that moment of behavior, to make meaning out of a witnessed contradiction observed in daily living. Children witness much in life that more often raises

In: New Visions of Collective Achievement

. Commitment to the development of opportunities for resourcefulness: empowerment. 7. The unity of all six in a consistency of inner character: integration. 1. Commitment to personal health and well-being: self-care. Steiner (1994, p. 97) describes this condition as having “the will to lead a healthy life

In: The Wheels of Soul in Education
Author: Sarah Lamb

principally family-centered to an increasingly individual-centered way of life. They partake of the charitable and for-profit organizations emerging in India’s urban centers to offer social, emotional and practical support for elders living apart from children— a sort of outsourcing of care from the family

In: Indian Diaspora
Author: Rongnan Zhang

reciprocity and justice as core values of the construction of social order. It gives up the transformation of self-identity and affirms the importance of ordinary life 10 according to Charles Taylor. By contrast, Confucianism argues that there is no need to set a limit for the transformation of self

In: West-Eastern Mirror
Author: Imran Mogra

Ö. Sensoy and C.D. Stonebanks (eds.), Muslim Voices in School: Narratives of Identity and Pluralism, 185–201. © 2009 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. IMRAN MOGRA BEING A MUSLIMAH AND A HEADTEACHER Insights from a Life Story Approach towards Accessing Leadership INTRODUCTION This

In: Muslim Voices in School
Author: Seema A. Imam

Ö. Sensoy and C.D. Stonebanks (eds.), Muslim Voices in School: Narratives of Identity and Pluralism, 41–54. © 2009 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. SEEMA A. IMAM SEPARATION OF WHAT AND STATE The Life Experiences of Muslims with Public Schools in the Midwest INTRODUCTION Living as

In: Muslim Voices in School