Pedagogy of human dignity
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Pedagogy of human dignity through the vision of Mercy Amba Oduyoye by Bartholomew Udealo Chidili

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Published by Fab Educational Books in Jos, Nigeria .
Written in English


  • Oduyoye, Mercy Amba,
  • Feminist theology -- Africa,
  • Women in Christianity -- Africa,
  • Feminism and education -- Africa,
  • Igbo (African people) -- Religion,
  • Women -- Social conditions -- Africa,
  • Liberation theology -- Africa,
  • Dignity -- Religious aspects -- Christianity

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Edition Notes

StatementBartholomew Udealo Chidili.
LC ClassificationsBT83.55 .C45 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 325 p. ;
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24041504M
ISBN 109788039731
ISBN 109789788039730
LC Control Number2010365326

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