Factors impacting African women’s doctoral success

Factors impacting African women’s doctoral success

Regular price R 578.93 Sale

Open access book available at https://books.aosis.co.za/index.php/ob/catalog/book/411

Volume Editor: Lifutso Tsephe
Publication date: 2023
Format: Paperback
Pages: 150

Format: ePub
ePub File Size: 519 KB
On check-out of the ePub format, you will receive an email with the download link embedded.

With the knowledge economy playing such a critical role in global economic development, increasing the number of Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) graduates in higher education institutions worldwide has been imperative. The knowledge economy emphasises the importance of critical thinkers and researchers, as 'doctoral education cultivates thinkers and researchers’ and equips them to participate in development. African-identifying females account for 30% of doctoral graduates in sub-Saharan African countries, even when PhD education is viewed as an entry into academia and a gateway to careers in research and other disciplines. There is a paucity of research regarding PhD graduates... Read more

ESTIMATED PRICE QUOTED: AOSIS is a print-on-demand publisher (we do not keep surplus stock on hand) and therefore the price quoted could change without any advance notification.