Non-Western Perspectives on Learning and Knowing

Non-Western Perspectives on Learning and Knowing cover

Merriam, S. (2007) Non-Western Perspectives on Learning and Knowing: Perspectives from around the world, Malabar, Florida, Krieger Publishing Company.

This book  has a collection of articles that investigate eight different perspectives on learning and knowing, all from non-Western cultures.

My reading notes

Ch. 1: Introduction to non-western perspectives on learning and knowing (Merriam, S.)

Ch. 2: Islams lifelong learning mandate (Kamis, M., and Muhammad, M.)

Ch. 3: American Indian indigenous pedagogy (Allen, P.)

Ch 4: Hinduism and learning (Thaker, S.)

Ch. 5: Maori concepts of learning and knowledge (Findsen, B., and Tamarua, L.)

Ch. 6: Buddhist learning: A process to be enlightened (Shih, J.)

Ch. 7: African indigenous knowledge: The case of Botswana (Ntseane, G.)

Ch. 8: Liberation theology and learning in Latin America (Conceicao, S., and Oliveira, A.)

Ch. 9: Adult learning from a Confucian way of thinking (Kee, Y.)

Ch. 10: Broadening our understanding of learning and knowing (Merriam, S.)

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