Contents: Volume 7 Number 2 (2018)

ERSC Vol 7 No 2 September 2018 All articles in one
ERSC Vol 7 No 2 September 2018 All articles in one

Editorial Vol 7 No 2 September 2018
Mathabo Khau

Trends and patterns in the use of grounded theory in educational research in South Africa
E.C. du Plessis and G.J. van der Westhuizen

A critical look at a technologically sophisticated initiative to address the problem of unequal educational opportunities in South Africa
Leentjie van Jaarsveld and Johannes L. van der Walt

Immigrant children’s geographies of schooling experiences in South Africa
Sanam Isseri, Nithi Muthukrishna and Susan C. Philpott

Perceptions of immigrant Nigerian women in South African Higher Education about social change
Onoriode Collins Potokri, Adewale Olumuyiwa K Noah and Juliet Perumal

Engaging critical emancipatory research as an alternative to mitigate school violence in South Africa
Bekithemba Dube and Dipane Hlalele

Men’s perceived powers to destroy or rebuild women’s lives: Analysis of gender stereotypes portrayed in Uthando Lungumanqoba
Sicelo Ziphozonke Ntshangase

Vulnerable femininities: Implications for rural girls’ schooling experiences in Swaziland
Ncamsile Motsa

Using students’ experiences of lectures as a lens for learning about teaching pre-service teachers: A methodological approach to transformative practice through self-study
Eunice Nyamupangedengu and Caleb Mandikonza

Green sprouts: Transformative learning in learning through participation (LTP)
Phyllis Sakinofsky, María Florencia Amigó and Avril Janks

Report: Life history, identity construction and life ambitions of Basotho herders
Selloane Pitikoe

Book Report: Responsible research practice: Revisiting transformative paradigm in social research by Norma R. A. Romm
Avivit Cherrington