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THE WOMEN OF AGABAGAYA: EDUCATION AND POST-DEVELOPMENT THEORY

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This article describes a snapshot ethnography conducted in Uganda with the Agabagaya Women's Group. The purpose of the study was to explore how women share knowledge among themselves to support their communities. Using post-development theory and Freire's critical theory as a lens, I argue that although international development is often focused on women's education, imposed development initiatives may actually hinder women's ability to share meaningful knowledge. I conclude with a discussion of key points and how they relate to education within a context of development and within post-development theory. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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									    THE WOMEN OF AGABAGAYA: EDUCATION 
       AND POST‐DEVELOPMENT THEORY 
 
                                     
                          Melanie D. Janzen 
                     University of British Columbia 
                                     
This  article  describes  a  snapshot  ethnography  conducted  in  Uganda  with  the 
Agabagaya  Women’s  Group.  The  purpose  of  the  study  was  to  explore  how  women 
share  knowledge  among  themselves  to  support  their  communities.  Using  post‐
development  theory  and  Freire’s  critical  theory  as  a  lens,  I  argue  that  although 
international development is o
								
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