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ERIC Number: ED080886
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 59
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Wakati wa Furaka, An Evaluation of a Radio Study Group Campaign.
Hall, Budd L.
The radio study campaign combined elements of listening group and study group traditions and added group leaders trained in democratic leadership principles, a text book, and a study guide. It was hoped that the campaign would create a deeper sense of national awareness and, by highlighting the achievements since Tanzanian independence, give people a reason for regarding December 9, 1971, as a time for rejoicing. The radio time was divided into segments of fifteen minutes of music, answers to questions sent in by groups, announcements from campaign organizers, and fifteen minutes of actual studies. The program was successful in achieving national scope, reaching the rural population, establishing effective training methods and demonstrating that people can learn from this method. Improvement in the distribution of printed materials is noted as being necessary. (AG)
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Authoring Institution: Dar es Salaam Univ. (Tanzania). Inst. of Adult Education.
Identifiers - Location: Tanzania