Continuities and discontinuities in student leadership: has co-operative governance failed?

SOURCE: Reflections of South African student leaders: 1994 to 2017
OUTPUT TYPE: Chapter in Monograph
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2020
TITLE AUTHOR(S): T.M.Luescher, D.Webbstock, N.Bhengu
SOURCE AUTHOR(S): T.M.Luescher, D.Webbstock, N.Bhengu
KEYWORDS: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP, STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL (SRC), UNIVERSITIES
DEPARTMENT: Inclusive Economic Development (IED)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 11269
HANDLE: 20.500.11910/15219

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Abstract

With this final chapter, the authors seek to draw out a set of findings from a first analysis of the reflections of the 12 featured student leaders.60 To begin, they provide an analysis of the data as a whole. We then analyse the chapters in pursuit of responding to the tough questions asked in the opening chapter of this book: * Has the post-apartheid regulatory framework for higher education governance failed? * Have the provisions for student representation failed? * Is there need for a re-imagining of higher education governance and student leadership therein?