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African Journal of History and Culture
This study was conducted with senior secondary schools Form Four learners doing science in the Leribe District of Lesotho. It sets out to probe the possibility of the influence of cultural values on students' learning style preferences and their possible differences by gender. Filled questionnaires were collected from the eleven schools from which the study was conducted. Also, focus group discussions, with equal representation of both genders, were conducted in six of the eleven schoolsdoi:10.5897/ajhc2012.023 fatcat:xg3v5kfbjzejhijmuvmal5js6q