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Southern African Journal of Environmental Education - Vol 22 (2005)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Situated Culture, Ethics and New Learning Theory: Emerging Perspectives in Environmental Education Research EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Lotz-Sisitka 5-10
Reflection Paper: Recontextualising Learning? Reflections on the Social and Relational Nature of Research in Environmental Education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Hart 11-19
Ethics Research in Environmental Education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Jickling 20-34
Guattari’s Philosophy of Environment and its Implications for Environmental Education in (Post)Colonial Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Le Grange 35-45
Methodological Decisions in Context: The Dilemmas and Challenges of Novice African Scholars EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Lupele, M Mwingi, F Kinyanjui, J Kimani, C Kisamba 46-58
Cholera in KwaZulu-Natal: Probing Institutional Governmentality and Indigenous Hand-Washing Practices EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R O’Donoghue 59-72
Research on Indigenous Knowledge and its Application: A Case of Wild Food Plants of Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Shava 73-86
Playing Musement Games: Retroduction in Social Research, with Particular Reference to Indigenous Knowledge in Environmental and Health Education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Price 87-96
Exploring Educators’ Expectations and Experiences of In-Service Education and Training [INSET] as Continuing Professional Development Opportunities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C le Roux 97-108
Students’ Engagement with Learning Theory EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Schudel 109-122
Children’s Opinions about the Loss of Nature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AA Mabelis 123-136
Environmental Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Secondary and High School Teachers in Swaziland EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Mlipha, D Manyatsi 137-150
Indigenous Concepts, Institutions and Practices in Response to Environmental Degradation and HIV/AIDS EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Mlipha 151-155
Designing Research in Environmental Education Curriculum Policy Construction, Conceptualisation and Implementation as Exemplified by Southern African Examples EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Dillon, M Ketlhoilwe, P Ramsarup, C Reddy 156-164
Conference Reflection: On Blindness, the Nature of Elephants, and Educational Research EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Zandvliet 165-170
Conference Reflection: Reflections on the ‘8th International Research and Development Seminar on Environmental and Health Education’, South Africa, March 2005 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MJH Ramos 171
Conference Reflection: Reflections on the ‘3rd World Environmental Education Congress: Educational pathways towards sustainability’, Italy, 2005 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Lotz-Sisitka 172-177


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