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Soma Chanzo Cha Migomo Vyuo Vikuu na Utatuzi Wake - Kitabu

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by Mponjoli, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. Mponjoli

    Mponjoli JF-Expert Member

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    Wana Jamii wenzangu. Tumekuwa tukishuhudia migomo kila kukicha. Kuna wasomi wametafiti muda mrefu lakini politics zinafanya mambo ya msingi hayashughulikiwi.

    Migomo imeanza toka University of Dar es salaam inaanzishwa mwaka 1970 (ilipojitenga kutoka University of East Africa). Wanafunzi wa vyuo vikuu wana matatizo yao, badala ya management kuyafanyia kazi wao wanaendeleza siasa. Kwa mwenendo huu migomo haitaisha. Someni hiki kitabu na tujadili. Kimeeleza mambo mengi sana ya msingi sana kuyazingatia.

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    ntamaholo JF-Expert Member

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    Both Altbach (1982) and Hanna (1975) have converged on educational, political,
    and social configurations which make students and university staff an important ameliorative
    force to reckon with, especially in developing countries. Such factors and additional
    elaborations are:
    First, there are no political institutions for channelling their views and
    making diverse impacts. In one party-state where dissent is banned, it is
    in universities, in the context of academic freedom, that both the
    university community and a significant section of public help to keep the
    pressure on the establishment. Political leaders cannot easily instruct the
    universities to simply regurgitate political slogans. However, they urge
    for constructive criticism in subjecting politics, economic structures, aid,
    and development policies to debate and critical analysis. Yet this is only
    possible in the more tolerant regimes since blatantly repressive and
    corrupt regimes impose limits.
    Second, there is no doubt that by virtue of the heavy concentration of a
    highly educated elite group in one place, it constitutes a real or potential
    threat to opinion leadership. Many students naturally assume that they
    will be the future leaders of their country. They therefore want to
    communicate their views through the mass media, books, and in student
    groupings.. And yet the political systems have censored and controlled