Sökning: "empowerment pedagogik"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 13 avhandlingar innehållade orden empowerment pedagogik.
1. Empowerment : a question about democracy and ethics in everyday life : ICT and empowering relationship as support for persons with intellectual disabilities
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Sammanfattning : More and more people are using the internet to access various societal functions. In recent years, municipalities and private enterprises have increasingly begun to explore and develop internet-based services to support public health in general and to disseminate health information in particular. LÄS MER
3. Voices for Change : Hopes and costs for empowerment - a study on women's claims in the Egyptian revolution
Sammanfattning : This study investigates women’s possibilities to actively participate in societal change in Egypt. It aims at enhancing the understanding of structural conditions for women’s agency and how these enables and/or restrains women’s participation in the aspiration for societal change as well as their aspiration to live a ‘full life’. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The overall aim of the thesis is to investigate whether, and if so how, schools can be developed in a way that foregrounds a greater awareness of their role in the promotion of health.This thesis is about how the school itself, that is to say everything that can be subsumed within the notion of education, can promote health. LÄS MER
5. The Role of Adult Literacy in Transforming the Lives of Women in Rural India: Overcoming Gender Inequalities : Comparative case studies in Bhilwara District Rajasthan & Howrah District West Bengal India
Sammanfattning : The Indian diaspora is woven around castes, languages, dialects, religions- a young nation boasting of an ancient civilization in which inequalities are deeply ingrained in its culture and traditions. Although vital government interventions have succeeded in increasing the literacy rate of women in both urban and rural areas general household characteristics such as income, caste, occupation and education attainments of parents still continue to determine access, attendance, completion and learning outcomes of girls and women from severely disadvantaged communities. LÄS MER