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n Image & Text : a Journal for Design - Unlocking identities in globalising South African art

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Abstract

It is fair to maintain that every world construction, also a "world" of learning such as a tertiary institution, is blueprinted in some form of ideology. The lecture halls at a large university such as the University of Pretoria also speak about this expanding cultural horizon and it is not uncommon to have a class where there are students from Korea, Zimbabwe and Namibia mingling with a range of South African ethnicities. The picture now is very different from the picture of years ago when South African universities were predominantly "white" as a result of the ideological patterns of the time.

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2008-01-01
2016-12-08
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