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As both a male peer educator and a radical feminist activist, one of the most common questions I hear from men about feminism is, What can I do? It is true that many men are ope... 10/05/2006
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As both a male peer educator and a radical feminist activist, one of the most common questions I hear from men about feminism is, What can I do? It is true that many men are ope... 10/05/2006
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As both a male peer educator and a radical feminist activist, one of the most common questions I hear from men about feminism is, What can I do? It is true that many men are ope... 10/05/2006
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Education As we extend the information revolution, education and the use of technology in education must be more than just an afterthought – as it still is for many people... 10/01/2006
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‘…building a people-centred and inclusive information society, putting the potential of information and communication technologies at the service of development and... 10/01/2006
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I was struck again today in my reading at two (related) assumptions that appear again and again in social/cultural theory and philosophy, to wit: People (the masses) are passive... 09/26/2006
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Starting a revolution is quite an undertaking, but as history shows, not impossible! Steps Choose your location carefully. Before you decide to incite a revolution in a given lo... 09/18/2006
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