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The invisible support networks of doctoral candidates : what acknowledgement sections of doctoral theses reveal
Although some argue that acknowledgement sections should not form part of doctoral theses, others welcome such sections and are of the opinion that they reflect original and personal contributions, constituting a neglected ...
The vulnerable insider : navigating power, positionality and being in educational technology research
This article reflects on the tensions I encountered as an insider researcher during a qualitative study exploring academics’ integration of educational technology in a South African higher education institution. While ...
An interpretative phenomenological analysis of academic identity development in part-time lecturers at a private higher education institution in South Africa
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2022-04)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The origins of this study lie in a personal struggle to define my academic identity. My frame of reference is that of part-time lecturer that later moved to a full-time academic manager position in a ...
Architects of recovery from alcohol misuse : narrative exploration of coaching employed professionals
(Oxford Brookes University, 2020-08)
Recovery coaching is a lesser-recognised support service to individuals who pursue recovery from addiction. This narrative inquiry research explored the experiences of recovery coaches working with employed professionals ...