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The Council of Europe’s White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue: an analysis using the ethic of care
(Symposium Journals, 2011)
This article examines what an ethic of care could offer to discussions about Europe’s increasing cultural diversity by analyzing the important White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue published by the Council of Europe in ...
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 ...
Diffraction or reflection? Sketching the contours of two methodologies in educational research
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Internationally, an interest is emerging in a growing body of work on what has become known as ‘diffractive methodologies’ drawing attention to ontological aspects of research. Diffractive methodologies have largely been ...
Towards a response-able pedagogy across higher education institutions in post-apartheid South Africa: an ethico-political analysis
(Unisa Press, 2017)
Internationally there has been some interest in how critical pedagogies might be enabled in higher education to support transformative social agendas. Few writers, however, have theorised the ethico-political aspects of ...
Critical posthumanism, new materialisms and the affective turn for socially just pedagogies in higher education
(South African Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (SAARDHE), 2016)
Critical posthumanism, new/feminist materialisms and the affective turn have a great deal in common with each other, and can be seen as similar perspectives with slightly different emphases in each framework, all focusing ...