The South African student revolt from 1976 to the 1990's was one of the most dramatic youth revolts in modern history. Yet it emerged from a system which was designed to produce both subserviance and subordination. Jonathan Hyslop's book explains this paradox. It provides an overview of this history of apartheid education policy and resistance against it, focusing on the day-to-day perceptions and experience of teachers and students.
|Publisher||University of Kwazulu Natal Press|