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Exploring the(in)commensurability between the lived experiences of Muslim women and cosmopolitanism : implications for democratic citizenship education and Islamic education
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2012-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Impressions and perceptions about Islām, particularly in a world where much of what is known about Islām has emerged from after the tragic devastation of the Twin Towers in New York, are creating huge ...
Responding to violence in post-apartheid schools : on school leadership as mutual engagement
(University of South Africa Press, 2016)
Schools in post-apartheid South Africa appear to be under siege by violence. In turn, school leaders find themselves in the unenviable position of not only having to deal with inadequate educator professionalism and learner ...
Geweld in post-apartheid skole – waar lê die oplossing?
(Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2015-12)
AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Die meerderheid staatskole in Suid-Afrika het voortdurend met geweldige hoë vlakke van geweld te kampe. Die toenemende aantal insidente van fisiese geweld tussen leerders sowel as tussen leerders ...
Religion, culture, and the exclusion of Muslim women : on finding a reimagined form of inclusive-belonging
(Addleton Academic Publishers, 2016)
Though seemingly cocooned by collective values, traditions, dress and ways of understanding, culture is inherently defined by two desires: on the one hand, to preserve that which is perceived to be unchanging, and on the ...
On the problematique of decolonisation as a post-colonial endeavour
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Inasmuch as postmodernism has enjoyed commonalities and convergences with post-colonialism, the relationship between the two has been a somewhat uncomfortable one. Does the demise of postmodernism, therefore, open the path ...