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date: 22 February 2020

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This article looks at the impact on the classroom and scholarship of the dominant approaches that come from Anglo-Saxon academia and think-tanks. These approaches are also reinforced by the authority of publishers and journals in North America and Europe. It also tries to examine how the proverbial woman in the street has responded to different levels of knowledge over the years. The article argues that unpacking the influences of both the UN of states and the UN of secretariats is a key research challenge, and that communicating with larger publics is a main civic challenge.

Keywords: dominant approaches, Anglo-Saxon academia, levels of knowledge, proverbial woman, classroom, scholarship, research challenge, civic challenge, communicating, influences

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