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Research outputs: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2019 Action and community-based research: improving local governance practices through the community scorecard
The chapter begins with an examination of the elements of PAR/CBR. Thereafter the authors describe the implementation of the community score...
As much as South African struggles for freedom and transformation can be termed emancipatory, not all attempts to research and record them c...Download this report
2018 Research as freedom: using a continuum of interactive, participatory and emancipatory methods for addressing youth marginality
This article offers an analysis of a continuum along which interactive, participatory and emancipatory inquiries may be placed in critical q...
Research in Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in South Africa has grown at a very high pace in a relatively short period of time. The growt...