Professional education in South Africa is not scholarly academic action
What is it about?
This article illustrates through Actor Network Theory, how non-professional external agendas drive the teaching of accountancy at South African universities. This divorces the accounting teachers from accounting scholars or academic internationally, because the South African teachers fail to engage in scientific research
Why is it important?
It explains the marginalisation of SA accounting teachers. These teachers teach techniques, they are outside scientific academic intellectual inquiry
The following have contributed to this page: Grant Samkin and Professor Grietjie Verhoef
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