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Why HIV/AIDS prevention strategies fail in Botswana: considering discourses of sexuality
(Routledge. http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/0376835x.asp, 2005-09)
A phenomenological study that was carried out among five ethnic groups of Botswana revealed the importance of taking into account culturally situated sexual realities when prevention policies for HIV/AIDS are considered ...
Culturally sensetive transformational learning: incorporating the Afrocentric paradigm and African feminism
(AEQ, http://aeq.sagepub.com, 2011-11)
Informed by the Afrocentric learning paradigm, this conceptual piece argues that Mezirow’s version of the theory of transformative learning is useful, but it would be more so if applied to be culturally sensitive. Using ...