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Hear our voices!: women and the transformation of South African higher education

Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng

Abstract:
The study on which this article is based examines the experiences of Black women faculty and administrators in South African institutions of higher education. The three case studies presented in this article explore challenges that women scholars have had to address within the context of a rapidly changing sociopolitical environment, which in turn has influenced the transformation of higher education.  The article seeks to understand how emergent scholars have managed to survive and succeed within this environment.

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Document Title: Hear our voices!: women and the transformation of South African higher education
Journal: The Journal of Negro Education
Volume: 70
Issue: 3
No. of Pages: 204-218


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Staff
Country:South Africa
Keywords:Faculty, Transformation of higher education, South African Universities, Women in Higher Education, Gender Distribution, Case studies, Challenges, Historically Black Institutions HBI s, Racial Inequalities, Institutional Culture


Date Added:10 April 2007


Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng (2001). Hear our voices!: women and the transformation of South African higher education, Journal of Negro Education 70(3):1-6