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International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies
ISSN: 2028-9324     CODEN: IJIABO     OCLC Number: 828807274     ZDB-ID: 2703985-7
 
 
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Acculturation of Congolese children enrolled in an extra-customary environment in the city of Lubao: Study conducted by a projective board


[ Acculturation des enfants congolais scolarisés en milieu extra-coutumier de la cité de Lubao: étude menée au moyen d’une planche projective ]

Volume 20, Issue 1, April 2017, Pages 90–100

 Acculturation of Congolese children enrolled in an extra-customary environment in the city of Lubao: Study conducted by a projective board

Senghor KAPENGA NTAMBWE1

1 Institut Supérieur Pédagogique (ISP) de Kabinda, RD Congo

Original language: French

Received 10 November 2016

Copyright © 2017 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The aim of this article is to examine one of the major issues that concern today Congolese educational partners: the acculturation of young Congolese. We show that there behind this lies the whole problem of training program content must be assessed if they are compatible with the ancestral socio-cultural imperatives or constitute obstacles to progress. Faced with the need to think locally, consider globally and act locally, Congolese must defend their cultural heritage without fail to open the demands of a new world to build a society where traditional and modern values are well integrated. This is indeed the kind of knowledge the content of communications tied to our specific realities we seek not knowledge tied to the cult of good importing foreign models. Projective board used for this purpose as technical production data, not only to identify the attitudes of subjects approached, but shows that the actual behavior verify unequivocally the young Congolese opening of school capacity in non-urban on modernity as well as their desire to remain themselves.

Author Keywords: Culture, Acculturation, Personality, Projection.


Abstract: (french)


La visée de cet article est de scruter l’un des problèmes majeurs qui préoccupent aujourd’hui les partenaires éducatifs congolais: l’acculturation des jeunes congolais. Nous y montrons que derrière cela, se pose toute la problématique des contenus de programme de formation qu’il faut apprécier s’ils s’avèrent compatibles avec les impératifs socioculturels ancestraux ou constituent des freins au progrès. Face à la nécessité de penser localement, examiner globalement et agir localement, les congolais doivent défendre leur patrimoine culturel sans manquer de s’ouvrir aux exigences d’un monde nouveau en vue de construire une société où les valeurs ancestrales et modernes sont bien intégrées. C’est bien là le type de savoir au contenu des communications attachées à nos réalités spécifiques que nous recherchons et non un savoir attaché au culte du bon importateur de modèles étrangers. La planche projective utilisée à cet effet comme technique de production des données, permet non seulement de déceler les attitudes des sujets approchés, mais montre encore que les comportements réels vérifient sans équivoque la capacité d’ouverture des jeunes congolais scolarisés en milieu non urbain sur la modernité tout autant que leur souci de demeurer eux-mêmes.

Author Keywords: Culture, Acculturation, Personnalité, Projection.


How to Cite this Article


Senghor KAPENGA NTAMBWE, “Acculturation of Congolese children enrolled in an extra-customary environment in the city of Lubao: Study conducted by a projective board,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 90–100, April 2017.