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6: Protest Action on University Campuses — A podcast about critical issues in higher education.

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Dr Prishani Naidoo joins The Academic Citizen to discuss the politics of protest action within the context of university campuses in South Africa. The conversation centres around the university as a microcosm of society and the legitimacy of violent and non-violent forms of protest. The Academic Citizen also gains insight into students’ perspectives on protest […]

via 6: Protest Action on University Campuses — A podcast about critical issues in higher education.

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