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Details: The education emphasized in the normative approach, and the related course of acquiring specific attributes, means that only adults are recognized as (global) citizens. Young people are only citizens in the making. Consequently, full citizenship is an exclusive social category that is acquired on reaching the age of majority. In the
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Postcolonial Philosophy of Education in the Philippines
Details: The imposition of a universal national identity upon such a diverse populace entails the erasure of identities, knowledge systems, practices, and ways of life that differ from state-imposed norms. Education is a critical site for this subjugation of difference, as evidenced by the state’s imposition of a national curriculum.
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Managerial Supervision Encyclopedia of Social Work
Details: As described by Rittel and Webber, wicked problems have 10 important characteristics: 1. No definitive formulation. 2. No “stopping rule.” In other words, these problems lack an inherent logic that signals when they are solved. 3. Solutions are not true or false, only good or bad. 4. No way to test the solution. 5.
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