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South African Journal of Higher Education

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Reflexive competence and the construction of meaning: the contribution of higher theological studies in a globalised milieu

M Karecki

Abstract


Globalised systems often reflect an array of ambivalent values. Persons participating in such systems need a strong sense of personal identity and the ability to have a deeper sense of meaning in their lives. Higher theological education that has a strong emphasis on reflexive competence can help learners to constructing meaning and hence enable them to participate in a globalised milieu with confidence. In this article we examine the value of using a reflective journal to enable learners to grow in their ability to integrate what they learn into their lives so that they can grow not only in knowledge, but in wisdom.


South African Journal of Higher Education Vol.16(1) 2002: 145-151



http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/sajhe.v16i1.25285
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