Developing Future Leaders in Namibia’s Independence Struggle: Higher Education’s Role in the Making of a New State
This unique multidisciplinary case study targets the importance of higher education in facilitating and helping to produce social capital that empowered the people of Namibia to expand the necessary set of civic and political responsibilities to individuals chosen by church leaders to promote a new and transformed society in a once apartheid-like developing country.
Edwin Mellen Press
apartheid, civic responsibility, Namibia history, social capital, political transformation
African History | History | Political History | Social History
Kuchinsky, Michael, "Developing Future Leaders in Namibia’s Independence Struggle: Higher Education’s Role in the Making of a New State" (2015). Gardner-Webb Faculty and Staff Book Gallery. Book 9.