Dr. Anneke Newman

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Name: Dr. Anneke Newman
Country: United Kingdom
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About

Member type: Early career researcher
Organisation: University of Sussex
Topics of most interest: Development education, Gender education, Social justice education, Other, please specify
Types of education of most interest: Primary, Non formal education, Youth work and direct engagement of young people
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research, Comparative research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Policy
Online publishing profile or ORCID code:

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/profiles/193530/publications

Recent publications:

Newman, Anneke (2017) Négocier la réforme des écoles coraniques dans le nord du Senegal: idéologie, autorité religieuse et statut socioéconomique. Afrique Contemporaine, 257. pp. 57-75. ISSN 0002-0478

Newman, Anneke (2017) Passive, voiceless victims or actively seeking a religious education? Qur'anic school students in Senegal. In: Strhan, Anna, Parker, Stephen G and Ridgely, Susan (eds.) The Bloomsbury reader in religion and childhood. Bloomsbury Academic, New York, pp. 173-180. ISBN 9781474251105

Newman, Anneke (2016) Faith, identity, status and schooling: an ethnography of educational decision-making in northern Senegal. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

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Development Education Research Centre (DERC)
UCL Institute of Education
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