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"I could go work in a factory, but this is something I want to achieve": Narratives into social action
This paper is conceptually informed by a reading of Peter McLaren's work (1993). Drawing on the relationship that he signals between identity, narrative, and social action, it sets out to examine the ways in which identity ...
"I feel that I get by with what I do" - Using narrative as a conceptual tool for understanding social identity
(School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2003)
Drawing on a qualitative study of a cohort of final year preprimary teacher college students, this paper motivates for narrative analysis as a suitable tool for accessing ‘insider accounts’ of social reality. Through an ...
Travelling into the other’s world: South African pre-service teacher education students’ construction of difference, belonging and identity
(Education Faculty, Stellenbosch Library, 2018)
Against the backdrop of continuing racism ‒ both overt and subtle – in South Africa’s classrooms, this article describes one lecturer’s attempt at facilitating conversations around race relations in South Africa with nine ...
Students’ narratives on gender and sexuality in the project of social justice and belonging in higher education
(Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service, 2018)
Student protests in South Africa over the last few years have re-energized the project of social justice in higher education. While emphasis has been on decolonizing the curriculum and the university spaces, there has also ...