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Ink and Echoes: Development of Tibetan Youth Identity through Reading and Storytelling in Dharamsala Schools and Libraries.
|Title:||Ink and Echoes: Development of Tibetan Youth Identity through Reading and Storytelling in Dharamsala Schools and Libraries.|
|Description:||In an examination of the ongoing educational transformation spurred by the Tibetan diaspora, this study analyzes issues surrounding Tibetan youth identity, literature, and librarianship by evaluating the reading habit and preference of 65 Tibetan primary school students, their identification with three cultural stories, and interviews with their teachers and librarians.|
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