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Unequal knowledge distribution

Karen Biraimah

Unequal knowledge distribution

the schooling experience in a Togolese secondary school

by Karen Biraimah

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Published by Comparative Education Center, Faculty of Educational Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Secondary -- Togo.,
  • Sex discrimination against women -- Togo.,
  • Sex discrimination in education -- Togo.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKaren Biraimah.
    SeriesOccasional papers series / Comparative Education Center, Occasional papers series (State University of New York at Buffalo. Comparative Education Center)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC 2471 T6 B617 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 leaves ;
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18420415M

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Where it concerns traditional political knowledge, on average, men have outscored women. Research indicates that part of the knowledge gap originates before adulthood, and convincing work indicates it is likely the result of unequal returns to education.

Yet, no research that we know has examined the role of educators. Given research about representative bureaucracy and how a gender match Author: Jason Giersch, Martha Kropf, Elizabeth Stearns.

Get this from a library. Unequal knowledge distribution: the schooling experience in a Togolese secondary school.

[Karen Biraimah; State University of New York at. Unequal Knowledge Distribution: The Schooling Experience in a Togolese Secondary School. Occasional Papers Series, Number 9. Biraimah, Karen. A case study of a Togolese secondary school provides the focus Unequal knowledge distribution book an examination of the impact of Western notions of gender-based role expectations in Third World education.

Work on the reproduction of Cited by: 1. An open discussion of the constraints (and incentives) in research would be an important step to uncover the mechanisms that impact the unequal distribution of academic knowledge on water governance in Central Asia.

Conclusion. This article reviewed the academic knowledge produced on water governance in Central : Jenniver Sehring. ‘Power is always an asymmetrical relationship based on different knowledge and its unequal distribution.’ ‘As a result, an unequal distribution of power long has been perpetuated in the nurse-physician relationship.’ ‘The unequal distribution of power between managers and workers is the basic cause of the conflict between them.’.

The Unequal Distribution Of Teachers Minority and low-income students in urban settings are most likely to find themselves in classrooms staffed by inadequately prepared, inexperienced, and ill-qualified teachers because funding inequities, distributions of local power, labor market conditions, and dysfunctional hiring practices conspire to.

Books on Inequality. Want to delve deeper into the issues inequality raises. We offer this survey of important reads both classic and contemporary. Growing Unequal. brings together a range of analyses on the distribution of economic resources in OECD countries.

The evidence on income distribution and poverty covers, for the first time, all 30 OECD countries in the mids, while information on trends extending back to the mids is provided for around two-thirds of the countries. The best books on Inequality recommended by Daron Acemoglu. The US, the UK and many other countries have become far less equal over the past 30 years.

The MIT economics professor Daron Acemoglu recommends inequality books and reading because he says it's important we understand how and why this happened, and what it means for our societies. Interview by Sophie Roell.

A nyone looking for evidence that people have a natural aversion to inequality will find numerous laboratory studies that seemingly confirm their view. Studies have found “a. In this time of increasing income inequality, the idea that capitalism is the best means of distributing wealth has been questioned by many people including Pope Francis.

Growing Unequal. brings together a range of analyses on the distribution of economic resources in OECD countries. The evidence on income distribution and poverty covers, for the first time, all 30 OECD countries in the mids, while information on trends extending back to the mids is provided for around two-thirds of the countries.

Income distribution is the smoothness or equality with which income is dealt out among members of a society. If everyone earns exactly the same amount of money, then the income distribution is perfectly equal.

If no one earns any money except for one person, who earns all of the money, then the income distribution is perfectly unequal. An unequal power relationship is the basic component of a power person with superior power, either due to trust or to technology access or superior knowledge, does not necessarily have superior ethical judgement, just because they are trusted, technologically enabled, or better educated.

“This book contains much of value for those who have only a passing knowledge of recent distribution changes and are seeking to learn more. Because the authors' presentation of the basic distributional statistics is accessible to those unfamiliar with the field, the book could be very useful in an undergraduate class focused on distributional Author: Sheldon H.

Danziger. The unequal distribution of wealth also makes the living conditions of the less fortunate undesirable, because the upper class is usually concerned about gaining and maintaining their own wealth first and concerned about others second.

It is difficult for the poor to rise above the poverty level, because they are dependent upon what the upper. The unequal distribution of cultural capital in a society mirrors a corresponding distribution of knowledge among its students.

cordis 'With the emergence of a knowledge economy, we have to understand how the distribution of knowledge is linked to life inequalities,' says Mr Healey. However, in countries that become very unequal beliefs form which underpin inequality and justify it, only not directly.

These beliefs arise because human beings try to make sense of and validate the world around them. In my book, Why Social Inequality Persists, I argue that there are five main beliefs. This book is, to my knowledge, the most comprehensive and reliable guide to organisational theory currently available.

What is needed is a text that will give a good idea of the breadth and complexity of this important subject, and this is precisely what McAuley, Duberley and Johnson have provided. Books» Corporate The report focuses on the relationship between the unequal distribution in know-how (knowledge gaps) across and within countries and the difficulties posed by having incomplete knowledge of attributes (information problems).

In the first of three parts, the report discusses the importance of knowledge to development, and. Economic and social resources are known to contribute to the unequal distribution of health outcomes.

Culture-related factors such as normative beliefs, knowledge and behaviours have also been shown to be associated with health status.

The role and function of cultural resources in the unequal distribution of health is addressed. Drawing on the work of French Sociologist Pierre Bourdieu, the. Much of this knowledge is applicable to South Africa and at the country’s disposal for informing strategies to deal with its own HRH challenges.

These include efforts to address absolute and secondary staff shortages, unequal distribution of available resources, retention of scarce resources and, ultimately, to secure the best possible.This book is about the human development paradigm that is assuming renewed importance at a time when global dialogue is preoccupied with discussing pathways for achieving the agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

It deals with the knowledge of human development in an unequal world and examines a range of issues of contemporary relevance, such as social sectors.