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Bibliography of PhD Theses (1927-2002)

(compiled by Clare Bentall and Kaori Okumoto)

The following bibliography contains the titles of approximately 330 PhD theses related to education in developing countries completed by students across the Institute of Education over the 75 years of the Institute’s work in this field.

The bibliography does not include those PhDs related to a) ‘development education’ (a term used in the UK to refer to education about developing countries in educational settings in the OECD countries); b) the education of minority, ethnic or refugee groups within the UK, even if completed by students in the former EID group.  These other theses can be accessed through the Institute’s library catalogue 

The author’s names are represented as accurately as possible, reflecting the order of names and initials ascribed to an author in the Institute library catalogue.

As the list of theses was generated by searching the Institute catalogue for titles clearly linked to a developing country or to the field of study and by checking department annual reports, there may be omissions, particularly from earlier years, where information cannot be easily verified.



Abangma, M. A. (1981), A study of primary teachers’ attitudes towards the ruralisation of school curriculum in English-speaking Cameroon.

Abdul Rahman, A. (1988), Curriculum innovation in Malaysia: the case of KBSR.

Abeysekera, B. S. (1982), A post-programme evaluation of an experiment in introducing pre-vocational studies into the junior secondary curriculum in Sri Lanka (1972-1977).

Abo Taleb, M. S. M. A. W. (1975), Some factors affecting the adaptation of English literary texts for learners of English as a foreign language (with special reference to General Secondary schools in Egypt).

Abu-daba’at, Z. H. I. S. (1984), A comparative study of curriculum in the primary school in Jordan, England and Wales.

Adam, R. S. (1959) Social factors in second language learning (with special reference to the Fiji Islands).

Addison, J. F. (1990), Examinations and the upper secondary curricula in selected anglophone and francophone West African countries.

Agarwal, S. (1986), Rural women’s organisation, training and work in the context of poverty and catastrophe: a case study of Dhakuly village in Bangladesh.

Agja, G. N. S. (1974), A comparative study of the modernisation of Muslim education in Egypt, Pakistan and Turkey since their national independence.

Ahmad, H. (1986), The formation of an algebraic equation by students in Urdu-medium and English-medium schools.

Ahmad, K. A. R. (1990), Time underestimation in innovative educational projects in Iraq.

Ahmad, S. H. B. (1986), Implementing a new curriculum for primary schools: a case study from Malaysia.

Ahmed, M. A. (1987), Tradition and change in Nigerian education: a comparative analysis of post-independence education policies 1960-1980.

Aikman, S. (1994), Intercultural education and Harakmbut identity: a case study of the community of San Jose in southeastern Peru.

Akesbi, I. (1991), Vocational training and labour market recruitment in Morocco: towards a segmented approach.

Akoha, J. (1991), Action research based in-service education and training of teachers (INSET) and English language teaching (ELT) curriculum innovation in Benin: an experimental study.

Al-Bakr, F. (1990), Women, education and the labour market in Saudi Arabia: an investigation of the work characteristics of women in Saudi Arabia in relation to their education and work experience.

Al-Hariri, R. (1986), Decision-making and communication among women’s school administrators in Saudi Arabia.

Al-Mekhlafi, M. S. S. (1986), Relevance and the curriculum: the case of the Yemen Arab Republic.

Al-Rufai, M. A. (1969), A study of the reading abilities and habits in English and Arabic of Baghdad university students.

Al-Sawaf, H. B. M. (1968), An investigation into the cultural problems associated with the teaching of English literature, texts prescribed for Iraqi secondary school pupils.

Al-Tamimi, S. A. S. (1983), Development of secondary vocational-technical education and training in Iraq 1958-1980.

Al-Zubaidi, A. S. (1987), Experiments on Yemeni children's understanding of class inclusion, measurement and number conservation.

Alaezi, O. (1981), An investigation into the feasibility of work-oriented alternative secondary school in Imo state Nigeria.

Alagiyawanna, K. L. V. (1968), A study of educational policy in Ceylon during the nineteenth century.

Allison, C. (1983), The economics of household demand for children’s schooling: a study of the Kweneng district of Botswana.

Alur, M. (1998), Invisible children: a study of policy exclusion (India).

Anakwue, F. O. (1997), A study of training programmes for school mathematics teachers in Nigeria.

Anmar, H. M. (n. d.), Growing up in an Egyptian village community.

Anosike, C. N. (1996), Improving primary science teaching in Nigeria: a workshop approach.

Arshidin, H. (1991), Access to formal education in the Xingjian Uighur Autonomous Region of China, 1949-1987, with special reference to higher education for ethnic groups.

Augustin, L. A. (1987), The provision of elementary education under the plural and the subsequent dual system in nineteenth century Mauritius.

Ayisi, C. H. (1969), The ability to delay gratification: an intra-cultural investigation in Ghana.

Azevedo, L. D. (1992), The relationship between curriculum proposal and curriculum practice in the Brazilian "Elementary" School: a case study of Centro Integrado de Educacao Popular.

Aziz, N. K. (1986), Integration between mathematics and physics in secondary schools: an integrated mechanics unit for Egypt.

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Babalola, B. A. (1964), An investigation into the English ability of Grade II student teachers in Nigeria.

Babatunde, E. D. (1982), Missionary and Yoruba ideas on education and some post-independence government policies (Nigeria).

Bacchus, M. K. (1967), Education and development in an emergent nation: a study of Guyana between 1945-1965. You could email Kazim

Baldo, M. (1987), Discourse patterns in first language use at home and second language learning at school: an ethnographic approach (Mozambique).

Barbosa, M. A. F. (1988), Towards a reconceptualisation of educational transfer: the case of curriculum studies in Brazil.

Barham, P. R. (1984), Educational equality and post-colonial elites: a case study of Sri Lanka.

Bari, A. A. F. M. (1963), A comparative study of attitude and reasoning ability of a group of East Pakistani immigrant children in Britain, and East Pakistani children in East Pakistan in the age group of 13-14 years.

Beck, F. d L. (1997), Power, pedagogy and control: selected aspects of curriculum in higher education in Brazil.

Bendania, A. (1988), Development and evaluation of a model for teaching comprehension in Algerian secondary schools.

Bentall, C. (2003), Communication and Teachers’ Learning During Training: A Case Study of the Secondary and Technical English Project, Mozambique.

Berry, C. (2001), Achievement effects of multigrade and monograde primary schools in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Bhering, E. M. B. (2000), An examination of Brazilian teachers' attitudes and parents' views on parental involvement in Brazilian state pre and primary schools.

Bichi, M. Y. (1982), A psychological investigation of selection problems at the end of the proposed junior secondary schooling in Kano, Nigeria.

Bickley, V. C. (1966), The English language in Java, Halaya and Singapore. A comparative study of its place in the three societies and their education systems.

Bobillier, C. (1987), Education for community participation in rural development in the Sahel.

Boulos, W. A. (1980), Physics in the curriculum of general secondary schools in Egypt: a comparative study with reference to trends in English sixth forms.

Brohi, M. I. (1991), A study of the supervisory system of school education in Sindh province of Pakistan.

Bruton, R. A. (1981), A remote Bidayuh area in Sarawak and schooling: a theoretical exploration of socio-cultural transmissions, with reference to change, conflict and contradiction (Malaysia).

Bryan, B. A. (1998), A comparison of approaches to the teaching of English in two sociolinguistic environments (Jamaica and London, UK).

Buchert, L. (1991), Politics, development and education in Tanzania 1919-1985: an historical interpretation of social change.

Burton, L. M. (1981), The impact of education on political development (Kenya, Tanzania).

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Carey, F. (1986), Conscientization and in-service education of Zambian primary school teachers.

Chale, E. M. (1983), Teaching and training: an evaluation of primary school teachers in Tanzania following preservice training in teachers colleges and through distance teaching.

Chan, C. P. P. (1984), Ideology and education: a case study of the major debates and ideological conflicts in the development of contemporary Chinese education.

Chaves, M. L. B. (1977), A framework for the expansion of the first level of education in Brazil, with particular reference to the municipality of Itapipoca, Ceara, Brazil.

Cheriet, B. (1987), “Specific socialism” and illiteracy among women: a comparative study of Algeria and Tanzania.

Chivore, B. S. R. (1985), Recruitment and training of non-graduate secondary teachers in Zimbabwe since independence.

Chizinga, L. M. (1987), Regionalism and educational cooperation: a case study in the limits and possibilities of regional educational cooperation in SADCC states.

Clemente Olmos, M. d L. A. (1998), SLA research on self-direction: theoretical and practical issues.

Connell, H. (1985), International cooperation in education: a case study of the Pacific Circle Consortium 1977-83.

Cooper, R. E. (1990), Social control in the process of agronomy education at the National Agrarian University in Peru, 1975/6.

Cox Donoso, C. (1984), Continuity, conflict and change in state education in Chile: a study of the pedagogic projects of the Christian Democratic and the Popular Unity.

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Dahawy, B. M. (1986), Systems of training teachers of basic education in the Arab Republic of Egypt, UNESCO’s statements, India and Kenya: a comparative study.

Dal Pian, M. C. (1990), The characterization of communal knowledge: case studies in knowledge relevant to science and schooling. (Brazil)

Damiani, M. F. (1998), Academic failure among Primeiro Grau children in southern Brazil: from extra-school risk factors to intra-school processes.

Danskin, E. S. (1982), The Open University as a route to higher education expansion in developing countries: the case of Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand.

Darwish, M. A. R. M. (1967), A comparative study of some problems in teacher education in the United Arab Republic (Egypt) and the United States of America.

De Araujo, M. I. (1987), Adult literacy in Brazil: a comparative study of proposed solutions with special reference to the problem in the Northeast.

De Barros Abbud, S. M. (1995), The issue of culture in EFL lessons in Brazil: an ethnographic investigation.

De Souza, M. I. (1990), Vocational education reforms in Latin America: a comparative study of Brazil and Colombia.

De Souza, D. T. R. (2001), Teacher professional development and the argument of incompetence: the case of in-service elementary teacher education in São Paulo, Brazil.

Delshadian, R. E. (2000), A reflection of change: the growth and demise of the international schools in Iran between 1953 and 1980.

Derbel, F. (2001), EFL teacher preparation, teacher conceptual frames and the task of implementing pedagogical change: directions for future teacher education and development in Tunisia.

Diaz, M. (1984), A model of pedagogic discourse: with special application to the Colombian primary level of education.

Durojaiye, S. M. (1979), Discourse acts and clause process options: an investigation into the spoken English used by teachers and pupils during selected lessons in some secondary school classrooms in urban areas of Nigeria.

Dyab, M. A. (1990), Education and social class formation in contemporary Egypt.

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Ekuban, E. E. (1970), British and American policies on technical assistance in education in West Africa, with special reference to higher education in Ghana, 1945-1968.

El-Adawy, M. A. M. I. (1982), Planning second-level teacher demand and supply in Egypt with special reference to the methodology of forecasting.

El Hassan, K. (1991), The development of a school readiness test for use with pre-school children in the Lebanon.

Elad, G. M. (1983), Schooling and national integration in Cameroon.

Evans, P. C. (1964), School and society in rural Jamaica, a survey of rural elementary schools in Jamaica, with particular reference to the lives children lead in their communities and the occupations they follow when they leave school.

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Fadil, H. E. N. E. (1975), The attitudes of pupils and teachers to the study of English in higher secondary schools in the Northern Sudan.

Fakhoury, B. (1983), Art education in Lebanon.

Fazlur, M. (1990), An evaluation of Community Junior Secondary Schools in Botswana with reference to decentralisation and community participation.

Fernando, J. M. F. G. (1954), A survey of the intelligence and attainments of Ceylonese children in the age group 11-15.

Figueiredo, M. C. M. (1986), Academic freedom and autonomy in the modern Brazilian university: a comparative analysis.

Fletcher, J. A. (1997), A study of the appraisal of mathematics teachers in Ghana.

Foley, J. A. (1979), Problems of understanding science and technology textbooks in English for first year students at the University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia.

Friederichs, J. O. B. (1988), The current Hong Kong educational situation in comparative perspective.

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Galal, A. A. K. (1966), Adult education in the U. A. R. (Egypt) with special reference to the work of selected organisations.

Garcia, A. M. (1986), The preparation of primary school teachers with special reference to Paraiba State in Brazil.

Garduno Roman, S. (1990), Teachers, the state, and professionalisation in Mexico.

Gastaldo, D. (1996), Is health education good for you?: the social construction of health education in the Brazilian national health system.

Golledge, R. R. (1997), Recent educational reforms and curriculum change in England and Brazil : an interpretation.

Gomaa, N. M. M. (1988), A critical analytical study of non-formal adult literacy education in Egypt with reference to American solutions: a comparative study.

Gomes, L. A. V. d N. (1991), An examination of design education in Brazil: and the value of a design language structural model as a basis for teaching.

Greig, J. C. E. (1978), Decision-making in educational administration: a comparative study of the Gambia and Malawi during the period 1925-1945.

Grossi, C. d S. (1999), Assessing musical listening: musical perspectives of tertiary students and contemporary Brazilian composers.

Grover, I. (1985), Universal Primary Education as innovation: a study of wastage in an Indian village.

Gwanfogbe, M. B. (1995), Changing regimes and the development of education in Cameroon 1886-1966 (with special reference to the Basel Mission).

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H'gombe, J. L. (n. d.), An investigation into the communication syllabus for second language (tertiary) students of agriculture at Banda College, University of Malawi.

Haouam, S. (1990), Language, education and modernisation in the Maghreb: a comparative study.

Haque, M. (1988), Education and political instability in Pakistan 1937-1971.

Harding, D. C. (1987), A multi-dimensional model of learner needs, wants and benefits: in the context of the management of innovations in English language teaching in developing countries.

Hassan, M. A. (1982), An analytical study of the objectives of educational television with special reference to adult informal education (Pakistan).

Hawes, H. (2002), The curriculum for health education in primary schools: definition, choice and implementation: an illuminative study based on Uganda, Zambia and India.

Hayhoe, R. (1984), German, French, Soviet and American university models and the evaluation of Chinese higher education policy since 1911.

Hazarika, S. D. (1990), The relevance of curriculum to socio-economic needs: the case of India.

Hesse, D. (n. d.), Business secondary education and employers' recruitment practices: an evaluation of Ghana's experience.

Hewala, S. M. A. (1988), Education and the world of work: a comparative study of the role of non-formal education in England and Egypt.

Hewlett, S. A. (1973), Educational investment in Brazil.

Hibsh, M. A. (1975), The development of teacher education in Saudi Arabia (1928-1972).

Hillimi, H. S. (1966), Nationalism and secondary education in England and Iraq: with special reference to history teaching.

Hoppers, W. H. M. L. (1984), From school to work: a study of youth, non-formal training and employment on Lusaka.

Hughes-d'Aeth, A. H. (1995), The role of teacher values in the mediation of ESL innovation programmes: two case studies in a Southern African context.

Hui-Bon-Hoa, M. L. (1997), Teaching Hong Kong Chinese students to read and write about English literature: a proposal for curriculum renewal.

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Igaga, J. M. (1974), A comparative developmental study of the rhythmic sensitivity of Ugandan and English school children.

Igwe, S. O. (1977), Church, State and education in Eastern Nigeria (1847-1975).

Ismail, N. A. H. B. (1998), Perceptions of leadership amongst ethnic Malay pupils in residential secondary schools in peninsular Malaysia in the context of national development.

Issan, S. A. Y. (1986), A comparative study of the reorganisation of secondary education in the Arab States of the Gulf: Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

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Jaramillo Betancur, E. (1998), Evaluation of a mass media health education campaign for tuberculosis control in Cali, Colombia.

Jennings, J. E. (1990), Adult literacy: master or servant?: a case study from rural Bangladesh.

Jones, R. P. (1988), The international aid approach to educational planning: a case study of the planning and development of secondary education in Swaziland.

Juggernauth, S. (1987), Education and national development in post-independent Mauritius in an international perspective: 1968-1982.

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Kaluba, H. (1990), International co-operation in education: a study of education aid policies and management, with special reference to British and Swedish bi-lateral aid in Zambia, 1964-1989.

Kaluge, L. (1999), Some factors related to educational attainment in Indonesian primary schools.

Kanu, O. R. (1986), A formative evaluation of curriculum innovation implementation: the case of the junior secondary school teacher education in Imo State of Nigeria.

Kapoli, I. J. (1992), The effects of interaction on the writing of English composition: an exploratory study in secondary schools in Tanzania.

Karayanni, D. K. (1986), Educational production and reproduction of cultural dependency in Sudan.

Kariyawasam, T. (1968), The development of a technique for selecting students for different streams in the secondary schools of Ceylon.

Kathuria, R. (1967), Some factors influencing the achievement of science and arts students in Indian secondary schools.

Kenyon, V. M. (1990), Redefining literacy in South Africa: developing relevant reading materials.

Kgoale, M. M. (1986), Apartheid: The dilemma of South African universities.

Khalid, H. (1997), Female teachers' and girls' access to primary schools in rural areas of Pakistan: a case study.

Khattab, M. S. (1984), An evaluation of two approaches to teacher education in Jordan.

Kimenia, J. Z. N. (1989), The role of inspectorate in Kenya secondary education: professional conflicts in education management.

King, V. E. G. (1957), A study of individual differences among primary school children in Sierra Leone, with special reference to the selection of these children for secondary education.

Kipnis, B. (1986), Postgraduate, science and technology policies in Brazil in the seventies: a comparative analysis.

Koh, E. K. (1976), A comparative study of American and British technical assistance to rural primary education in Liberia and Uganda respectively, 1940-1965.

Komba, W. L. M. (1996), Changing politics and political culture in Tanzania: the impact on political education and civics curricula 1967-1994.

Kotalawala, D. E. M. (1971), An investigation of the development of moral judgement of a group of ten to fourteen year old British and Ceylonese children.

Kouloughli, L. (1985), The Algerian Fundamental Polytechnical School: a “problem approach” to the Algerian trial to reconcile the social and economic demands on the educational system.

Kra, K. (1991), An evaluation study of the education and training of civil engineers in the Cote d'Ivoire: with reference to the Higher National School of Public Works (ENSTP) and to the graduates' performance on the labour market.

Kwesiga, J. (1993), Access of women to higher education in Uganda: an analysis of inequalities, barriers and determinants.

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Lakomy, A. M. (1995), Technology, skills and the transformation of work: implications for the training provision for Brazilian office workers.

Latimar, J. (1952), An historical and comparative study of the foundations of education in the British, Spanish and French West Indies (up to the end of slavery in the British Islands).

Lau, H. S. (2001), Financing of higher education in Malaysia: an equity and efficiency analysis of student loans and scholarships.

Laugharn, P. (2001), Negotiating "education for many": enrolment, dropout and persistence in the community schools of Kolondieba, Mali.

Law, W. W. (1994), The higher education systems of the People's Republic of China and Republic of China: a comparative study.

Leahy-Dios, C. M. (1996), Literature education as a social metaphor. (Brazil)

Leonardo Ramirez, P. d (1998), Professions and the growth of private higher education, 1810-1980 in Mexico.

Leong Yin, C. (1981), The objectives and process of schooling: perceptions of secondary school leavers, teachers, principals and parents of Kuala Langat District, Selangor in Pennisular Malaysia.

Lester, A. J. (1995), Conceptualizing social formation: producing a textbook on South Africa.

Leung, K. (1987), The impact of Mission Schools in Hong Kong (1842-1904) on traditional Chinese education - a comparative study.

Leung, F. K. S. (1992), A comparison of the intended mathematics curriculum in China, Hong Kong and England and the implementation in Beijing, Hong Kong and London.

Lewis, G. E. D. (1949), Comparative study of the intelligence and educability of Malays and Chinese in Malaya and its significance in relation to educational policy, with special reference to the political future to the Malays.

Lobo, A. I. G. (1994), A comparative study of educational disadvantage in India within the Anglo-Indian community: a historical and contemporary analysis.

Lowe, J. A. (1994), Social and cultural influences on students' responses to science in a Solomon Islands secondary school.

Lucas, L. d (n.d.), Curriculum development in relation to learning needs in rural areas: a case study of Domingos Martinis (Distrcit of Malgaco) State of Espirito Santo, Brazil.

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Ma, H. K. (1982), A study of moral development with special reference to psychological needs, human relationships and structures of judgement (Hong Kong, Malaysia).

Madkour, A. A. A. (1979), Curriculum development in the general secondary school in Egypt since 1952, with comparative reference to the secondary school in America and the grammar school in England.

Magina, S. M. P. (1994), Investigating the factors which influence the child's conception of angle (Brazil).

Ma’ia’i, F. (1960), Bilingualism in western Samoa: its problems and implications for education.

Manda, M. L. (1987), Problems of learning English as a foreign language: an investigation of factors affecting the learning of EFL in Indonesia.

Mariani, M. C. (1992), Some dimensions of commonsense reasoning about the physical world: an empirical study of the structure of students' conceptualisations (Brazil).

Martinez Romo, S. (1992), Political and rational models of policy-making in higher education: the creation and establishment of the National System for Permanent Planning of Higher Education in Mexico 1970-1986.

Maryprasith, P. (2000), The effects of globalisation on the status of music in Thai society.

Matambo, A. R. (1983), An investigation of learning strategies and level of performance in some secondary schools, teachers’ colleges and university of Zambia.

Mattar, O. M. S. (1978), A study of the written English of some Egyptian students in the University of Alexandria with suggestions for improvement in the teaching of English.

Mbahi, A. A. (1991), An investigation into the factors which determine students' choice of art education in secondary schools in Nigeria.

Mbali, V. C. (1996), Cohesive devices in the writing of near-tertiary students: a study of acquisitional influences and their pedagogical implications. (Botswana)

McLaughlin, G. D. (1991), Teaching the teachers of teaching: tertiary teacher education in Papua New Guinea.

McLean, M. (1978), A comparative study of assimilationist and adaptationist educational policies in British Colonial Africa 1925-1953: with special reference to the Gold Coast and Tanganyika.

McRae, C. J. (1986), Problems in educational development in the Kingdom of Tonga: a case study.

Metwally, M. M. (1979), A comparative study of the reorganisation of secondary education in the United States, England and Sweden after 1945 with reference to emerging policies in the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Mgijima-Msindwana, M. M. N. (1991), Implementing educational innovations: the case study of the secondary curriculum diversification programme in Lesotho.

Millman, M. A. A. (1985), Learning to read two languages: sociolinguistic and pedagogic study of Hausa primary school pupils in northern Nigeria and their reading and pre-reading abilities.

Mohamed, M. A. M. (1987), The education of technological innovators: engineering curricula with special reference to Saudi Arabia.

Mohamed, S. Y. Y. (1992), Strategies of reading as communication: with reference to Yemeni tertiary learners.

Mohamed Ali, B. (1989), Education, language and national integration in the Sudan.

Mohsen, N. (n. d.), The effect of Tuberculosis immunisation programmes and attitude changes of Egyptian mothers in rural areas.

Moorad, F. R. (1990), An evaluation of Community Junior Secondary Schools in Botswana with reference to decentralization and community participation.

Morais de Lira, A. K. (2000), Separating variables in the context of data handling (Brazil).

Morsi, M. M. (1969), The control of general education in state schools in the U. A. R. (Egypt) with special reference to the role of the Ministry of Education.

Msindwana, N. M. (n. d.), Implementing educational innovations: the case of the Secondary School Diversification Programme in Lesotho.

Mukengeshay, D. K. (1993), Development and transfer in reading ability: a study of Zairean EFL learners.

Mukhopahyay, K. (1962), A critical analysis of educational policy in India since independence, with special reference to the economic development of the country.

Mulenga, F. (1997), The Zambia National Correspondence College: an evaluation of its role in the provision of secondary and vocational education to school leavers and adults.

Muma, P. A. (1982), Economics teaching for economic development: the case of Africa.

Munez, G. (1989), Permanent education in a comparative study of selected national systems of education and their relevance to Chile.

Mwaka, L. L. (1992), Schematic priming and the teaching of EFL reading in Zaire.

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Naderi Rushnavand, A. (1999), Education, experience, and earnings: a multilevel analysis: a case study of the manufacturing sector in Iran.

Namafe, C. M. (1992), An exercise in environmental education: investigating, disseminating and evaluating two contrasting floodwater metaphors. (Zambia)

Namie, Y. (1989), The role of the University of London Colonial Examinations between 1900 and 1939: with special reference to Mauritius, the Gold Coast and Ceylon.

Ngalam, J. J. (1988), The evaluation of the role of rural primary school teachers in community development tasks in southern Sudan.

Ngombe, J. L. (1981), An investigation into the communication syllabus for second language (tertiary) students of agriculture at Bunda College, University of Malawi.

Nherera, C. (1994), Vocationalising of secondary education in Zimbabwe: a theoretical and empirical investigation.

Niazi, H. K. (1996), Manpower planning in Pakistan: a study of its assumptions concerning the education-occupation relationship.

Nishihara, M. (2000), School health education and issues of going to scale with special reference to the child-to-child approach in Zambia.

Njini, K. S. (n. d.), Planning and provision of teacher education in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe.

Njobe, F. (1989), Understanding and teaching about apartheid: the case of South Africa.

Njobe, F. (1994), Education of Xhosa girls: a study of change under apartheid.

Njong, S. T. (1989), Manpower planning for agricultural development in Africa: the case of traditional agricultural sector in Cameroon.

Noeman, M. M. (1996), Effects of national television immunization campaigns on changing mothers' attitude and behaviour in Egypt.

Norman, S. (1976), Demand and supply in the higher education sector: the case of Israel.

Novo, E. d A. P. (1989), Migration, education and literacy in Brazil, with special reference to the North East and São Paulo.

Nwoke, A. (1985), An analysis of the perceived effectiveness of secondary school teacher preparation programmes for ESL in Nigeria by teachers and teacher trainees: related to proposals for improvement of the programmes.

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O'Toole, B. J. (1989), Development and evaluation of a community-based rehabilitation programme for pre-school disabled children in Guyana.

Oad, L. K. (1963), A comparative study of some current issues in education in relation to the roles played by groups interested in the formulation of educational policies (England and India), 2 vols.

Obasi, E. (1984), The economics of teacher supply in Nigeria.

Obuhatsa, J. O. (2000), Values education in Kenya: Christianity and African tradition: a study of contrasts and continuities in education.

Okpala, J. I. N. (1987), The feasibility of reality oriented problem solving questions in WASC examinations as a means of improving the teaching and learning of mapwork in Nigerian secondary schools.

Oliveira, D. L. L. C. d (2001), Brazilian adolescent women talk about HIV/AIDS risk: reconceptualizing risky sex - what implications for health promotion?

Oliven, A. C. (1982), The urban middle strata in Brazilian society and the expansion of higher education: a case study of Rio Grande do Sul.

Olomolaiye, F. O. O. (1979), A study of the impact of emigration on the attitudes of West Indian immigrants to school.

Onwere, C. (1992), National Youth Service Corps Programme and National Integration in Nigeria.

Onwuka, Uga (1971), Educational values and African development.

Onyeocha, I. M. (1991), Towards an effective moral education in Nigeria.

Osiyale, Akindele Olusola (1974), Progress, problems and issues of school curricula in Nigeria 1912-1972.

Osman, A. M. M. (1985), Education and development of rural communities: a comparative analysis with a case study from three villages in the Sudan.

Ouakrime, M. (1986), English language teaching in higher education in Morocco: an evaluation of the Fez experience.

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Palmer, B. S. (1977), A critical and evaluative study of educational provision in Jamaica 1938-1973.

Paramothayan, K. (1990), The cooperative movement in the Jaffna district of Sri Lanka from 1911 to 1970.

Peluso, L. A. (1987), Primitivism and modernity: educational policies for critical rationality in Brazil.

Pereira, R. E. (1990), The consolidated school movement in Brazil: an analysis of the Paraná experience.

Perraton, H. D. (1985), Costs and effects of mass media for adult basic education: a study in comparative evaluation (developing countries).

Phiri, F. (1988), The development and evaluation of value-laden geography units and lessons congruent with Zambia’s educational policy and its ideological and socio-economic development issues.

Pieck Gochicoa, E. (1993), The social function and meaning of nonformal education: a study of official community education programmes in the state of Mexico.

Price, R. F. (1969), The Chinese tradition in education and contemporary theory and practice (a survey of education in the People’s Republic of China, 1949-1968).

Pridmore, P. (1996), Children as health educators: the child-to-child approach.

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Rahman, A. (2000), English language teacher education in Bangladesh: towards an alternative paradigm.

Rajaindran, A. (1963), Some issues between church and state in Ceylon in the education of the people form 1870-1901.

Ratanasara, H. (1965), A critical survey of Pirivena education in Ceylon from 1815 with special reference to Vidyodaya and Vidyalankara Pirivena.

Rawlings, F. A. (1999), Globalization, curriculum and international student communities: a case study of the United World College of the Atlantic.

Reeves, D. T. (1987), Policy making for primary and secondary schooling in rural areas of Australia and England: a comparative study of resistance to change.

Riddell, A. R. (1988), School effectiveness in secondary education in Zimbabwe: a multilevel analysis.

Rodwell, S. M. A. (1987), International assistance to third world educational management training: a case study of a materials development project.

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Russell, A. (1989), Primary science education in Botswana.

Rwantabagu, H. (1985), A comparative study of language policy in primary education in multilingual African countries, with particular reference to Uganda and Zaire since 1960.

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Saadi, H. (1990), The development of communication: a study of referring expressions and other aspects of discourse in Algerian pre-school children.

Sabri, A. E. A. A. (1973), The educational development in the Sudan.

Sadek, A. A. M. (1968), A factor-analytic study of musical abilities of Egyptian students taking music as a special subject, 2 vols.

Salazar, F. R. (1986), Higher education and economic development in Venezuela since 1958: an approach with special reference to the curriculum.

Salman, A. M. H. (1986), Some problems in the education system in Jordan.

Samatar, I. S. (1983), Evaluating achievement tests on professional and psychometric criteria (Somalia).

Sancheti, N. (1986), Educational dependency: an Indian case study in comparative perspective.

Santos, M. P. d (1995), Integration policies in a Brazilian south-eastern capital: formulation, implementation and some comparisons with four European countries.

Sarkar, P. (1962), The development of education among girls and women in modern India.

Sarsani, M. R. (1999), Exploring the promotion of creative thinking among secondary school students in India.

Savas-Ulkuer, N. (1983), Early childhood education in Turkish ‘Gecekondu’: a comparative perspective.

Segadas Vianna, C. C. d (1998), Students' understanding of the fundamental theorem of calculus: an exploration of definitions, theorems and visual imagery. (Brazil)

Sen, A. (1963), Educational administration in West Bengal since 1947, problems of control, direction and finance.

Sen, R. (1996), Factors associated with progress in reading: a study of young bilingual children in Calcutta (India).

Sevinc, M. (1985), A study of the effects of bilingualism and biculturation on the cognitive development at the concrete operational state in Turkish children.

Shaffi-Mir, S. (1991), An evaluation of the principles of language learning, teaching and syllabus design towards a specification of a new English syllabus for intermediate level in the Punjab, Pakistan.

Shah, M. R. (1954), The organisation and administration of primary education in Bombay and London: a comparative study.

Shaheen, K. H. (n. d.), Female teachers' and girls' access to primary schools in rural areas of Pakistan: a case study.

Shamsavary, Parisima (1972), A comparative study of the relationship between education and economic growth in Iran, Japan and the U. S. A.

Sharma, J. C. (1972), Education and political stability: a comparative analysis of relationships between education and political stability with illustrative case studies.

Sharma, R. (1971), The measured intelligence of immigrant children from the Indian subcontinent resident in Hertfordshire.

Shen, S. S. (1990), Higher education and graduate employment: university traditions and economic planning imperatives - a case study of Taiwan (The Republic of China) with reference to Britain and the U.S.A.

Shreim, R. H. (1990), Development of the self-concept during adolescence in Jordan.

Shu, S. N. (1972), The collaboration policy in Cameroon education 1910 to 1931 (a study in the policy of collaboration between government and voluntary agencies).

Shukri, A. I. (1973), Education, manpower needs and socio-economic development in Saudi Arabia.

Silva, M. C. C. F. e (1998), Composing, performing and audience-listening as symmetrical indicators of musical understanding.

Singh, A. K. (1994), Drop-out from primary schools in tribal India: a case study of the Ho in Parampancho, West Singhbhum.

Siriwardena, B. S. (1974), Child-rearing patterns among two contrasted types of low-country Sinhalese communities in Ceylon.

Sofendi (1999), The effects of groupwork on mathematics attainment in Indonesian primary schools.

Soliman, S. G. (1979), Adult education and modernity in the Arab Republic of Egypt: a comparative study of adult education policy in the Arab Republic of Egypt and England.

Soliman, M. S. H. (n. d.), Planning for reform of university education in Egypt, with special reference to its role in national development, students' admission and policy of expansion.

Southwell, E. G. (1972), A psychological study of the development of mathematical concepts in Papua New Guinea.

Sumithra, D. G. (1952), A critical survey of the problems of adult education in India with suggestions based upon a study of adult education in England and Denmark.

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Tawakkul, D. (1999), A study of Chinese policy towards national minorities with reference to higher education: a case study of the Central University for Nationalities.

Teixeira, A. B. M. (1998), The domestication of primary school teaching: a Brazilian study case.

Tembon, M. (1994), A case study of the financing of secondary education in the North West Province of Cameroon.

Tewolde, B. (1989), Rural-urban migration in North-East Africa: with special reference to the Sudan.

Thaikoodan, J. (1985), Education and rural development in India since independence in 1947, with special reference to Kerala.

Thom, J. T. (1969), The parental, socio-economic, environmental and other factors determining the nature and extent of the disparity in selection tests for secondary school entrance in Guyana.

Tibawi, A. (1952), Education in Palestine under British administration. A study of the government education system.

Tickoo, C. (1968), A critical study of the history and development of university education in modern India, with special reference to problems and patterns of growth since 1947.

Tollini, I. M. (1997), In search of elementary education: the case of Brazil.

Tosam, F. J. (1989), Implementing educational change in Cameroon: two case studies in primary education.

Treffgarne, C. B. W. (1978), Language usage and policies in Senegambia: local responses to the Anglophone/Francophone division of a multilingual region.

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Ursini-Legovich, S. (1994), Pupil's approaches to different characterizations of variable in logo (Mexico).

Uwimana, C. (1987), Linguistic and textual errors as determinants of comprehensibility of EFL writing: implications for an English syllabus for Rwanda.

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Varasteh, M. (1951), Some problems of teaching modern languages in Persian schools, with suggestions for their solution.

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Walsh, M. C. (1978), The educational work in West Africa of A. G. Fraser first principal of Achimota College.

Wanasingae, J. (n. d.), A comparative study of the teaching of science in the secondary schools of England and Ceylon.

Wang, Y. Y. (1987), The intelligibility of Malaysian English: a study of some features of spoken English produced by university students in Malaysia.

Wen, S. (n. d.), Critical thinking and innovation in primary school education in Taiwan.

White, R. G. (1988), The Roles of Federal Inspectors of Education in Nigeria.

Wildsmith, R. (1992), A study of teacher attitudes as related to teacher practices at primary school level in South Africa.

Wittman, L. C. (n. d.), Higher education planning and administration: the Brazilian case.

Wood, A. W. (1970), The education and training of out-of-school youth in twelve African countries.

Wright, L. L. M. (1990), Social and educational issues in Jamaica: with reference to the use of Creole and Standard English in secondary schools.

Wuyep, S. N. (1994), Training teachers for integrated science in Nigerian secondary schools.

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Yap, J. Y. C. (1986), Refugee trauma and coping: a study of a group of Vietnamese refugee children attending school in southern England.

Yokozeki, Y. (1996), The causes, processes and consequences of student drop-out from Junior Secondary School (JSS) in Ghana: the case of Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (K.E.E.A.) district.

Young, B. L. (n. d.), The role of illuminative evaluation in curriculum change: a case study from Indonesia.

Yuen, Y. M. C. (n. d.), Hong Kong 1997: changing curriculum, changing values and changing politics.

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Zindi, F. F. F. (1987), Assessment procedures in Zimbabwe’s secondary schools.


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