Cultural Factors in Community-Education Programs
by Margaret Mead - 1959
Up to World War 11, community education, whether it was imposed by military force, transplantation of populations, monastic orders, or gentle doctrines of local participation, was primarily something that was done to or for some people by some other more advanced people desirous of raising the cultural level of the less advanced. Implicit in these various endeavors was the idea of raising the cultural level of a local population within limitations but not raising it as high as that of their mentors.
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