8th Annual Qualitative/Critical Methods Conference - Critical Methods Society


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Something for nothing
Proceedings of the 8th Annual Qualitative/Critical Methods Conference:
"Something for Nothing"
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This document is currently being finalized. The papers listed below are now in final draft form, but formal peer commentaries are still in the process of being added.

'The More Things Change the More they Stay the Same' : Higher Education and the Fallacy of `Transformative' Politics in South Africa.
Annette Lansink

Money adventures: a cognitive approach to introduce economical concepts to pre-school children
V Roos, I Smith, C van Coppenhagen, E van Heerden, R E Abdoola, K Robertson, C Beukes

A critical practice of psychotherapy? Therapy as a medium for resisting the political specifications of personhood
Patricia Oosthuizen

Diversity: Multiple ways of knowing & multiple worldviews
Shamim Bodhanya

Voluntary HIV/AIDS home-based care work traps = A predatory health care system?
Annalie G. Pistorius

Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Case studies of the Gauteng Department of Education
Lekhotla Mafisa, Godfrey Mothibe

Researcher/activist engagements with AIDS Policy-making After the Death of objectivity
Mandisa R. Mbali

Cast in stone: spatial narratives in the face of democracy
Michele Vrdoljak

LEARNING PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION
Joao B. Martins, Ana Karina Barzotto Spoladore *, Patrícia Akemi Michiyori * *, Fabiana Barbosa de Souza * * *, Cláudia Regina Zocal Mazza * * * *, Rodolfo Orlando F. L. Padovan * * * *

Hermes, Harksen, Coca-cola Popstars and B. Com Samoosas - Symmetries/Asymmetries in Formal and Informal Forms of Education
Devi Sarinjeive

‘I was not yet myself’: representations of Kippie ‘Charlie Parker’ Moeketsi
Michael Titlestad




Mental Health Inc.: The Political Economy of Disorder – Specific Mental Health Organisations and Their Impact on the Construction of Mental Illness Discourses
Paul Serebro

"I COULD GO WORK IN A FACTORY, BUT THIS IS SOMETHING I WANT TO ACHIEVE" - NARRATIVES INTO SOCIAL ACTION
Wendy J. McMillan

The Doll's House: Critical men, feminism and academia
, Agnes Pinteaux: agnes@vivelahongrie.fsnet.co.uk
David J. Nightingale: djn1@bolton.ac.uk

The promise and problems of intercultural philosophy
H. Murray Hofmeyr

Presenting Social Anxiety, Temporal Liminality, and Spatial Uncertainity, or, Just Another Day in the Life of “El Mexterminator” and “Cyber Vato”.
Michael Benton

RADICAL CANT (even with excitement)
Paul Wessels

English economies: Everyday accounts of language in South Africa
Desmond Painter

Friction Free [net.art for the new economy - NOW LIVE]
Dror H Eyal, Stacy Hardy

Legislative protection of cultural heritage resources: A South African perspective
Louis J Kotze, Linda Jansen van Rensburg

Of "Epistemic Covetousness" in Knowledge Economies [1]
Cynthia Kraus