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Research outputs: IDENTITY
Researchers exploring sensitive topics need to identify appropriate methodologies to encourage open expression. We used poetic inquiry to ex...
Place identity studies have attracted considerable interest in South Africa because of its history of separate racial development. However, ...
In responding to Ngugi wa Thiong'o's decolonial call for 'a quest for relevance', this essay deals with the issue of removal of colonial and...