Browsing Research Articles (English) by Title

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    • Disability and masculinity in South African autosomatography 

      Lipenga, Ken J. (AOSIS Publishing, 2014-04)
      This article examines the representation of disability by disabled black South African men as portrayed in two texts from the autosomatography genre, which encompasses first-person narratives of illness and disability. ...

    • Group work and collaborative learning revisited : coach or pumpkin? 

      Swart, Marieken (Stellenbosch University, 1999)
      As effective teaching and optimal learning are particularly crucial to a developing South Africa, it is perhaps time to take another, closer look at collaborative learning, currently one of the mast popular teaching ...

    • Translating cultural transition in Kgebetli Moele’s "Room 207" 

      Ibinga, S. S. (AOSIS Publishing, 2010-07)
      This article deals with the issue of cultural translation in a postapartheid text through the analysis of language, setting and discourse to highlight cultural transition in a society where socio-political mutations ...

    • Two bad-time stories and a song of hope 

      Gagiano, A. H. (AOSIS Publishing, 2002-08)
      Using three fairly recently published South African texts – David B. Coplan’s In the Time of Cannibals – The Word Music of South Africa’s Basotho Migrants (1994); A.H.M. Scholtz’s Vatmaar – ’n Lewendagge verhaal van ’n ...

    • An unusual freedom : Mbulelo Mzamane's Mzala 

      Gaylard, Rob P. (Taylor & Francis, 1999-12)
      Mzamane's comments over the years seem to reflect a doubt or ambivalence over the status of his first collection of stories, Mzala (1980). In his introduction Mzamane describes himself as 'a teacher first, an aspiring ...