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How Higher Education Research Using the Capability Approach Illuminates Possibilities for the Transformation of Individuals and Society in South Africa

McLean, M. (2018) 'How Higher Education Research Using the Capability Approach Illuminates Possibilities for the Transformation of Individuals and Society in South Africa' in P. Ashwin and J.M. Case (eds), Higher Education Pathways: South African Undergraduate Education and the Public Good, Cape Town: African Minds.
 
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