New Voices in Psychology

New Voices in Psychology is a peer-reviewed journal, aimed to nurture the work of young researchers and to encourage the development of new ideas in the discipline. Submissions are accepted from all over the world but the emphasis is on working with post-graduate students and young academics from Africa. The journal carries contributions on all topics in psychology but with a bias towards issues relevant to the African context and toward critiques of psychology as a discipline and profession. New Voices in Psychology is published twice yearly.

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Vol 12, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Sally John, Rachel Kearns, Brent A. Johnson, Claudia E. Ordóñez, Baohua Wu, Anna Hare, Peng Wu, Patrick Sullivan, Henry Sunpath, Vincent C. Marconi
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2-20
Frances Slaven, David Cameron
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21-38
Musa MaseTshaba
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39-52
Nombuso Mbatha
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53-69
Sandiso Bazana, Kerry Campbell, Trust Kabungaidze
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70-93
Raphael Mackintosh
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94-100

Editorial

Khonzi Mbatha
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1-1