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(Mis)framing higher education in South Africa
(Blackwell Publishing, 2012)
The question of how to make higher education more inclusive has been a central concern in South Africa and elsewhere over the past two decades. However, in South Africa there remains a disjuncture between policy aimed at ...
Diffracting socially just pedagogies through stained glass
(South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE), 2016)
This article emerges from our relationship with Theo Combrinck, a colleague, a passionate social and academic activist, a recovering addict and a PhD student, who left our living space during 2014 - a death that was ...
Foundation provision - a social justice perspective
(Unisa Press, 2015)
The article uses data gathered during monitoring and evaluation work at two institutions, policy documents, published articles, correspondence with key role-players at South African higher education institutions and other ...
An evaluative framework for a socially just institution
(SUN Press, 2012)
The term ‘public good’ is very broad and can include a variety of ideologically informed positions. In this volume it is described by Bozalek and Leibowitz (chapter five) as a concern with participatory parity and equality, ...
Re-imagining socially just pedagogies in higher education: the contribution of contemporary theoretical perspectives
(University of Johannesburg and UNISA Press, 2017)
Despite post-apartheid policy intentions to redress the effects of apartheid, inequalities in higher education have remained an endemic problem in South Africa, and continue to have a major influence on students and educators ...
The scholarship of teaching and learning from a social justice perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
We argue that there is a reciprocal relationship between all scholarly activities, most importantly between teaching, learning, research and professional learning. The article builds on the work of others who call for a ...