Advancing the Exploration of Engaged Creative-Placemaking Amongst Universities and Communities for Social Cohesion in South Africa – Journal of Asian and African Studies – article

Advancing the Exploration of Engaged Creative-Placemaking Amongst Universities and Communities for Social Cohesion in South Africa

Innocent Tinashe Mutero, Ivan Gunass Govender | Journal of Asian and African Studies

2019-10-24

In this article, decolonial scholarship inspires a discussion of globalization processes problematizing the concept of the ‘global child’. The antinomy global–local and the issue of the North–South divide are scrutinized, and child scholarship is evaluated from the point of view of a political economy of knowledge production. Finally, some key issues about what a Southern theory of childhood should look for based on a ‘politics of the local’ and its eventual interconnections with the global are discussed.

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