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Title: From school to industry in post-colonial Malta
Other Titles: Blasphemous rumours
Authors: Gravina, Joseph
Keywords: Education
Economics -- Political aspects
Education -- Political aspects
Issue Date: 2019-10-25
Publisher: Gravina, J. (2019). From school to industry in post-colonial Malta : Blasphemous rumours.
Abstract: Industrial development in post-colonial Malta required ‘workfarist’ human resource policies. Trade schools, amongst others, provided productivity-raising training. Projecting a specific class identity, those for girls were socially conservative. Then, socialist policy kick-started ‘welfarist’ comprehensive schooling. Eventually, government change in 1987 led to human resource jargon change but workfarism continued (and continues) to thrive.
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