Research outputs

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Research outputs: RESEARCH

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2015 Developing sensitivity in questions of gender, using feminist research and IKS principles

This chapter discusses the general understanding of feminist research practice, it looks at various traditions of feminist research. When r...

2015 Learning about co-flexivity in a transdisciplinary self-study research supervision community

In South Africa, every postgraduate (master's or doctoral) student is usually assigned one academic advisor, known as a supervisor. The trad...

2015 Breathing under water: a transcontinental conversation about the "why" of co-facilitating transdiscilinary self-study learning communities

The preceding chapters in this book exemplify polyvocal professional learning through self-study research as phenomenon (what) and method (h...

2014 Collecting health research data: comparing mobile phone-assisted personal interviewing to paper-and-pen data collection

Mobile phone-assisted personal interviewing (MPAPI) is becoming a more widely used technique to collect survey data. Not having a hard copy ...