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South African Journal of Occupational Therapy

On-line version ISSN 2310-3833
Print version ISSN 0038-2337

S. Afr. j. occup. ther. vol.39 n.1 Pretoria May. 2009

 

EDITORIAL

 

Are we the victims of our history?

 

 

Robin Joubert

Nat.Dip.OT (Pretoria), BA(UNISA), MOT(UDW), D.ED(UKZN); Head of School of Audiology, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology - UKZN

Correspondence

 

 

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References:

1. Joubert RWE. Are we the victims of our own subservience and Western hegemonic condescension? Notes sent to Madi Duncan for the Collage on OTs world View, OTASA Congress, Cape Town, May 2004.         [ Links ]

2. Kortman,B cited in Joubert RWE. Are we coming of age or Being Born Again? How Does this Impact on the Education and Assessment of Competence of Occupational Therapy Students in South Africa. SAJOT 2003 Vol.33.November.         [ Links ]

3. Hocking,C.Occupational Science: A stock take of accumulated insights. Journal of Occupational Science. August 2000.Vol.7(2) pp 58-67.         [ Links ]

4. Coetzee PH.& Roux APJ ( Editors) Philosophy from Africa - a text with readings. International Thomson Publishing, Johannesburg. 1998: 41-51.         [ Links ]

5. Shutte, A. Philosophy for Africa. UCT Press, Cape Town. 1993: 46-58.         [ Links ]

6. Swartz, L. & Gibson, K. The 'old' versus the 'new' in South African community psychology: the quest for appropriate change. In: Seedat, M. Duncan, N. & Lazarus,S, Editors. Community Psychology: Theory, Method and Practice. 2001, Oxford University Press, Cape Town.         [ Links ]

7. Joubert, R.W.E. Indigenous Fruits from Exotic Roots? Revisiting the South African Occupational Therapy Curriculum (2007) Doctoral thesis, University of KwaZulu-Natal (Edgewood Campus Library).         [ Links ]

 

 

Correspondence:
Robin Joubert
joubertr@ukzn.ac.za

 

 

Note: The editor invites comments, in the form of a letter to the editor, on the concept of "ubuntu" and whether it has been successfully integrated into health care services in general and occupational therapy in particular.

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