The chapters in the first section of this book edited by Michael Richards, Pradip Thomas and Zaharom Nain foreground the many ways in which Freire contributed to understandings of what should be the relationship between communication and development. They highlight Freire's influence on both the theory and practice of communications for development. Chapters in the second part focus on the heart of Freire's work - his pedagogy and its implications for emancipation through learning. They highlight Freire's influence on pedagogic practices in a wide range of contexts and in so doing offer a reassessment of the relevance of his theoretical and conceptual contributions in a modern global context.
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