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Journal of Student Affairs in Africa - Vol 4, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Research Articles

Editorial: student affairs in complex contexts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Birgit Schreiber, Teboho Moja, Thierry M. Luescher
Supporting at-risk learners at a comprehensive university in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Razia Mayet 1-12
Academic guidance for undergraduate students in a South African medical school: can we guide them all? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mpho P. Jama 13-24
Career development among undergraduate students of Madda Walabu University, South East Ethiopia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Abera Getachew, Gobena Daniel 25-37
Socialisation and professional identity: reflections of an administrator’s pathway into student affairs in the United States EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Darren L. Clarke 39-46
Professional mentoring in student affairs: evaluation of a global programme EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Eva-Marie Seeto 47-51
Global representatives flock to Stellenbosch for 3rd student affairs global summit EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thierry M. Luescher 53-54
Student leadership: challenges and possibilities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Willy Nel 55-60
Global summit on student affairs and services: Prof. Adam Habib’s keynote EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Munyaradzi Makoni 61-64
Mental health a worry for student affairs worldwide EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Munyaradzi Makoni 65-66
Book Review: Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of America EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jon C. Dalton 67-69
Book Review: Trails in Academic and Administrative Leadership in Kenya: A Memoir EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Claudia Frittelli 71-73
Book Review: Transformation and Legitimation in Post-apartheid Universities: Reading Discourses from ‘Reitz’ EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thierry M. Luescher 75-80


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