Conflict & Conflict Resolution: A Sociological Introduction

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The reader is offered an understanding of the area of study through access to the “natural flow” of thoughts presented in the excerpts. Now that the Steel is gone, Bethlehem is experiencing the economic, social and cultural transformations of a city in transition to a post-industrial future. The School is under the leadership of the Dean/Head of School: Prof Stephen Mutula. This article reviews some of the approaches to bilingual education now being used to help these children succeed academically.

Pages: 114

Publisher: University Press of America (June 24, 1987)

ISBN: 0819163694

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