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Research outputs: SCIENCE COUNCILS
Science councils have been tasked with complex new mandates, to achieve these they have to interact with knowledge users in the private and ...
2003 The focus of an undergraduate social science curriculum for Southern Africa: historical consciousness, human rights and social and development issues
In this paper the authors revisit the idea of the university in the southern African context, and ask the question: what should be the focus...