Some Contributes Chapter to New Book
Touorouzou Herve Some, assistant professor of educational studies at Ripon College, contributed a chapter to a recently published book:Indigenous Discourses on Knowledge and Development in Africa edited by Edward Shizha & Ali A. Abdi and published by Routledge.
Some’s chapter, “A Diploma for a Debt: Students’ Perceptions of their Student Loan Program in Burkina Faso,” is constructed around a study conducted, “to elicit the meanings that students at the University of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso make about the student loan in the framework of cost sharing.”
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