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This is a review essay of R. Elmesky, Rap as a roadway: Creating creolized forms of science in an era of cultural globalization. Cultural Studies of Science Education .
This essay reviews the contribution of Rowhea Elmesky in this volume, to the field of research in science education, and places it in the context of the juncture of youth disengagement with science, multicultural education and globalisation, with an underlay of a historical context and critiques of science education from feminist and postcolonial perspectives.
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