Going to University

The Influence of Higher Education on the Lives of Young South Africans

Authors

  • Kehinde Adenuga Morgan State University, USA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32674/jise.v9i2.1667

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Abstract

Going to University: The Influence of Higher Education on the Lives of Young South Africans is a great book written very well by the authors. The use of the narratives gives the book an engaging and readable quality that will make a reader to complete the reading. The authors narrated the interviews conducted with 73 young people six years after they enrolled at one of the urban schools in South Africa. As the book progresses, the authors further introduced us to 20 young people whose stories were narrated in detail.

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Author Biography

Kehinde Adenuga, Morgan State University, USA

KEHINDE ADENUGA, is a scholar in Higher Education Administration Program at Morgan State University, USA. Her research interest is in student recruitment, retention, and persistence in higher education. Email: kehindeadenuga07@gmail.com

References

Case, J. M., McKenna, S., Marshall, D., & Mogashana, D. (2018). Going to university: the influence of higher education on the lives of young South Africans. Cape Town: African Minds.

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Published

2021-02-21

How to Cite

Adenuga, K. (2021). Going to University: The Influence of Higher Education on the Lives of Young South Africans. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, 9(2), 363–365. https://doi.org/10.32674/jise.v9i2.1667