Child Rearing Practices of the San Communities in Botswana: Potential Lessons for Educators

Using narratives, focus group discussions and interviews this study gathers and analyzes qualitative data from 15 Basarwa (San) participants about how they transmit their cultural practices to their children. Results show the San want education that is inclusive of their cultural practices and language; they would like to see San teachers in the schools.
Annah Anikie Molosiwa
Dipotso Galeforolwe
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AlterNative, vol. 14, no. 2, June 2018, pp. 130-137
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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