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Research outputs: MORALITY
2020 Cultivating moral eyes: bridging the knowledge-action gap of privilege and injustice among students in African universities
When opposing injustice, the failure to recognise wrong or translate knowledge into action are two problems with which moral education has t...
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The Constitution of Namibia (1990) guarantees the freedom to practise any religion, a sentiment also expressed in the Education Act (2001) f...
The unique contexts and experiences of SMEs have recently been taken up as a gap within business ethics scholarship. In this exploratory pap...