Articles

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2016

  • Baumert S, Botha J. Internationalisation at Stellenbosch University during the international academic boycott of the apartheid era (1948–1994). African Historical Review 2016; 48(1):117-144. [Download here]
  • Cloete N. For sustainable funding and fees, the undergraduate system in South Africa must be restructured. South African Journal of Science  2016; 112(3/4):1-5. [Download here]
  • Goedeke Tort MN, Guenther L, Ruhrmann G. Von kriminell bis willkommen. Wie die Herkunft über das mediale Framing von Einwanderern entscheidet. Medien und Kommunikationswissenschaft 2016; 64(4):497-517. [Download here]
  • Grobbelaar S, Tijssen RJW, Dijksterhuis M. University-Driven Inclusive Innovations in the Western Cape of South Africa: Towards a Research Framework of Innovation Regimes. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 2016; 2042(1338):1-13. [Download here]
  • Guenther L, Ruhrmann G. Scientific evidence and mass media: Investigating the journalistic intention to represent scientific uncertainty. Public Understanding of Science 2016; 25(8):927-943. [Download here]
  • Guenther L, Weingart P. A unique fingerprint? Factors influencing attitudes towards science and technology in South Africa. South African Journal of Science  2016; 112(7/8):1-4. [Download here]
  • Kahn MJ. Mitigating South Africa’s HIV Epidemic: The Interplay of Social Entrepreneurship and the Innovation System. Minerva 2016; 54:129-150. [Download here]
  • Luruli NM, Mouton J. The early history of research funding in South Africa: From the Research Grant Board to the FRD. South African Journal of Science  2016; 112(5/6):1-6. [Download here]
  • Maier M, Milde J, Post S, Guenther L, Ruhrmann G, Barkela B. Communicating scientific evidence: scientists’, journalists’ and audiences’ expectations and evaluations regarding the representation of scientific uncertainty.Communications 2016; 41(3):239-264. [Download here]
  • Maze K, Barnett M, Botts EA, Stephens A, Freedman M, Guenther L. Making the case for biodiversity in South Africa: Re-framing biodiversity communications. Bothalia - African Biodiversity & Conservation  2016; 46(1):1-8. [Download here]
  • Ndlovu H, Joubert CM, Boshoff N. Public science communication in Africa: views and practices of academics at the National University of Science and Technology in Zimbabwe. Journal of Science Communication 2016; 15(6):1-29. [Download here]
  • Rosen C, Guenther L, Froehlich K. The Question of Newsworthiness: A Cross-Comparison Among Science Journalists’ Selection Criteria in Argentina, France, and Germany. Science Communication 2016; 38(3):328-355. [Download here]
  • Sitas N, Reyers B, Cundill G, Prozesky HE, Esler KJ, NEL JL. Fostering collaboration for knowledge and action in disaster management in South Africa. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2016; 19:94-102. [Download here]
  • Tijssen RJW, Winnink JJ. Twenty-first century macro-trends in the institutional fabric of science: bibliometric monitoring and analysis. Scientometrics 2016; 109:2181-2194. [Download here]
  • Tijssen RJW, Yegros-Yegros A, Winnink JJ. University–industry R&D linkage metrics: validity and applicability in world university rankings. Scientometrics 2016; 109:677-696. [Download here]
  • Van Schalkwyk FB, Canares M, Chattapadhyay S, Andrason A. Open Data Intermediaries in Developing Countries. Journal of community informatics 2016; 12(2):9-25. [Download here]
  • Van Wilgen BW, Boshoff N, Smit IPJ, Solano-Fernandez S, Van Der Walt L. A bibliometric analysis to illustrate the role of an embedded research capability in South African National Parks. Scientometrics 2016; 107:185–212. [Download here]
  • Weingart P, Guenther L. Science communication and the issue of trust. Journal of Science Communication 2016; 15(2):1-11. [Download here]
  • Winnink JJ, Tijssen RJW, Van Raan AFJ. Theory-Changing Breakthroughs in Science: The Impact of Research Teamwork on Scientific Discoveries. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2016; 67(5):1210-1223. [Download here]
  • Yegros-Yegros A, Azagra-Caro JM, Lopez-Ferrer M, Tijssen RJW. Do university–industry co-publication outputs correspond with university funding from firms?. Research Evaluation 2016; 25(2):136-150.ournal Articles (NON-subsidised). [Download here]
  • Weingart P, Wormer H. Wissenschaftskommunikation als demokratisches Grundprinzip. Technikfolgenabschätzung - Theorie und Praxis 2016; 25(1):8-16. [Download here]
  • Weitze M-D, Weingart P. Schlüsselideen. Akteure und Formate de Technikkommunikation. Einführung in den Schwerpunkt. Technikfolgenabschätzung - Theorie und Praxis 2016; 25(1):4-8. [Download here]
 

2015
  • Cloete N. Nurturing doctoral growth: Towards the NDP's 5000?. South African Journal of Science 2015; 111(11/12):1-3. [Download here]
  • Franken CJ, Burger A, Swiegers JH, Bauer FF. Reconstruction of the carnitine biosynthesis pathway from Neurospora crassa in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 2015; 99:6377-6389. [Download here]
  • Kahn MJ. Mobility of the Highly Skilled - Towards a Non-racial South Africa. Science Technology and Society 2015; 20(3):369-388. [Download here]
  • Mouton J, Boshoff N, James M. A survey of doctoral supervisors in South Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education 2015; 29(2):1-22. [Download here]
  • Winnink JJ, Tijssen RJW. Early stage identification of breakthroughs at the interface of science and technology: lessons drawn from a landmark publication. Scientometrics 2015; 102:113-134. [Download here]
  • Boshoff N. Intuition as an Expression of Procedural Knowledge and its Association With Sense-Impressions: Illustrations From Winemaking Practice. Journal of Research Practice 2015; 11(2):Article M4. [Download here]
  • Kahn MJ. A cooperação dos BRICS na ciência, tecnologia e inovação: retórica e realidades. Contexto Internacional 2015; 37(1):185-213. [Download here]
  • Kahn MJ. Prospects for Cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation among the BRICS Members. Vestnik Mezhdunarodnykh Organizatsii-International Organisations Research Journal 2015; 10(2):105-119. [Download here]
 

2014
  • Boshoff, N. (2014). Types of knowledge in science-based practices, JCOM: Journal of Science Communication, 13(03) (2014) A06. [Download here]
  • Boshoff, N. (2014). Use of scientific research by South African winemakers, JCOM: Journal of Science Communication, 13(01) (2014) A01. [Download here]
  • Grobbelaar, S., Gauché, P., Brent, A. (2014). Developing a competitive concentrating solar power industry in South Africa: Current gaps and recommended next steps, Development Southern Africa, 31(3): 475-493. [Download here]
  • Winnink, J.J., Tijssen, R.J.W. (2014). R&D dynamics and scientific breakthroughs in HIV/AIDS drugs development: the case of Integrase Inhibitors,Scientometrics, 101:1-16. [Download here]
 

2013
  • Du, Toit, J.L. & Mouton, J. (2013). A typology of designs for social research in the built environment. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Volume 16(2). p. 125-139. DOI:10.1080/13645579.2012.657013. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M.J. (2013). Rhetoric and Change in Innovation Policy: The Case of South Africa. ScienceTechnology Society, Volume 18(2). p.189-211. DOI: 10.1177/0971721813489447. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M.J. (2013). ‘Natural resources, nationalism and nationalization. SAIMM: Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Volume 113, p. 3-9. [Download here]
  • Treptow, R. (2013). The South African PhD: Insights from employer interviews. Perspectives in Education, Volume 31 (2)., p.83-91. [Download here]
 

2012
  • Hargreaves, M.B. & Podems, D. (2012). Advancing Systems Thinking in evaluation: A Review of Four Publications. American Journal of Evaluation, Volume 33(3). p. 462-470. doi:10.1177/1098214011435409. [Download here]
  • Tijssen, R. (2012). Co-authored research publications and strategic analysis of public-private collaboration. Research Evaluation, Volume 21(3). p. 204-215. doi: 10.1093/reseval/rvs013. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M., Gault, F., Bell, M., Muchie, M. & Wamae, W. (2012). Building Capacity to Develop and Use Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators for Grassroots Innovation. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, Volume 4(3). p. 22-31. dle.net/10520/EJC132194. [Download here]
  • Prozesky, H.E. & Boshoff, N. (2012). Bibliometrics as a tool to measure gender-specific research performance: An example from South African Invasion Biology. Submitted to Scientometrics, Volume 90(2). p. 383-406. doi:10.1007/s11192-011-0478-7. [Download here]
 

2011
  • Boshoff, N. & Treptow, R.F. (2011). Promotion of biotechnology amongst students by university departments in South Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education, Volume 25(4), p. 643-659. [Download here]
  • James, M. & Treptow, R.F. (2011). Use of online knowledge resources by prominent South African researchers. South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science, Volume 77(1). p. 64-74. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M. (2011). A bibliometric analysis of South Africa's scientific outputs - some trends and implications. South African Journal of Science, Volume 107(1&2). p. 1-6. DOI:10.4102/sajs.v107i1/2.406. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M. (2011). Innovation policy in South Africa – paradoxes, progress and prospects. Acta Academica, Supplementum (2). p. 1-19. [Download here]
  • Kahn, M. (2011). The fall of the Wall, the rise of the BRICS and the new Scramble for Africa. Foresight, Volume 13(3)., p. 38-49. DOI 10.1108/14636681111138758. [Download here]
  • Kahn,M. (2011). The BRICs and South Africa as the Gateway to Africa. Journal of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Volume 111, p. 493-496. [Download here]
  • Liebenberg, F., Pardey, P.G. & Kahn, M. (2011). South African Agricultural R&D Investments: Sources, Structure, and Trends, 1910-2007. Agrekon, Volume 50(2), p. 1-26. DOI:10.1080/03031853.2011.589970. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2011). Doctoral production in South Africa: Statistics, challenges and responses. Perspectives in Education, Volume 29(3). p. 13-29. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2011). The state of Humanities and Social Sciences in SA: Crisis or cause for concern? South African Journal of Science, Volume 107(11/12), p. 1-4. [Download here]
  • Waltman, L., Tijssen, R. & Van Eck, N.J. (2011). Globalisation of science in kilometres. Journal of Informetrics, Volume 5, p. 574-582. DOI: 10.1016/j.joi.2011.05.003. [Download here]
 

2010
  • Boshoff, N. (2010). South-South research collaboration of countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Scientometrics, Volume 84(2). p. 481–503. [Download here]
  • Podems, D.R. (2010). Feminist and Gender Evaluation: There’s a Difference? Journal for Multidisciplinary Evaluation, 6(14):1-14. [Download here]
 

2009
  • Abrahams, L., Burke, M. & Mouton, J. (2009/2010). Visibility, accessibility and scholarly communication in Southern African universities. The African Journal of Information and Communication, Issue 10, p.20-36. [Download here]
  • Boshoff, N. (2009). Neo-colonialism and research collaboration in Central Africa. Scientometrics. Volume 81(2). p. 413-434. [Download here]
  • Boshoff, N. (2009). Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) and the ‘big five’ South African research universities. South African Journal of Higher Education, Volume 23(4). p. 635-655. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2009). Assessing the impact of complex social interventions. The Journal of Public Administration. Volume 44(4.2), p. 849-865. [Download here]
 

2008
  • Durbach, I.N.; Naidoo, D. & Mouton, J. (2008). Co-authorship networks in South African chemistry and mathematics. South African Journal of Science. Volume 104(11-12). p. 487-492. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2008). Africa’s science decline: The challenge of building scientific institutions. Harvard International Review. Volume 30(3). Fall 2008. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. (2008). A bibliometric profile of Law Journals in South Africa. De Jure. Volume 41(3). p. 596-615. [Download here]
  • Myburgh, C. & Mouton, J. (2008). The development of contemporary chiropractic education in Denmark: An exploratory study. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. October 2008, p. 583 – 592. [Download here]
 

2007
  • Mouton, J. (2007). Postgraduate studies in South Africa: Myths, misconceptions and challenges. South African Journal of Higher Education. Volume 21(8), p. 1054-1066. [Download here]
  • Myburgh, C. & Mouton, J. (2007). Developmental Issues in Chiropractic: A South African Practitioner and Patient Perspective. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics. Volume 30(3). March 2007, p. 206-214. [Download here]
  • Podems, D.R. (2007). Process Use: A Case Narrative from Southern Africa. New Directions for Evaluation, 116: 87–97. [Download here]
 

2006
  • Teng-Zeng, F.K. (2006). Industrial research and development and tax incentive policies: a survey and lessons for Africa. African Finance Journal. Volume 8(1). p. 39-58. [Download here]
  • Teng-Zeng, F.K. (2006). Science, Technology and Institutional Co-operation in Africa: From Pre-Colonial to Colonial Science. Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 22(1). p. 1-37. [Download here]
  • Tijssen, R.J.W., Mouton, J., Van Leeuwen, T. & Boshoff, N. (2006). How relevant are local scholarly journals in global science? A case study of South Africa. Research Evaluation. Volume 15(3). p. 163-175. [Download here]
 

2005
  • Boshoff, N. (2005). The representation of women academics in higher education in South Africa: Progress in the pipeline? South African Journal of Higher Education. Volume 19(2). p. 359-377. [Download here]
  • Hart, T.G.B. & Mouton, J. (2005). Indigenous Knowledge and its relevance for agriculture: a case study in Uganda. Indilinga – African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge systems. Volume 4(1). p. 249-263. [Download here]
  • Lombaard, A. & Mouton, J. (2005). Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the body and the self: a qualitative analysis. South African Journal of Psychology. Volume 35(2). p. 286-307. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2005). Afrikaans as wetenskaptaal in Suid-Afrika. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe. Volume 45(3). p. 370-385. [No link]
  • Mouton, J. & Wildschut, L.P. (2005). Service learning in South Africa: Lessons learnt through systematic evaluation. Acta Academica Supplementum 2005(3). p. 121-155. [Download here]
  • Teng-Zeng, F.K. (2005). The same story or new directions? Science and technology within the framework of the African Union and New Partnership for Africa's Development. Science and Public Policy. Volume 32(3), p. 231-246. [Download here]
  • Van der Merwe, A.D. & Mouton, J. (2005). Integrating ICTs into the teaching and learning environment: An investigation of lecturer perceptions of possible barriers and incentives. Perspectives in Education. Volume 23(4), p. 19-38. [Download here]
 

2003
  • Bailey, T.G. & Cooper, D. (2003). Profile of doctoral awards in South Africa: A case study of the 1996 university cohort. Society in Transition. Volume 34(1), p. 104-128. [Download here]
  • Carstens, A. & Mouton, J. (2003). Chronic fatigue syndrome, the experience of time and the self: a qualitative analysis. Acta Academica. Volume 35(1), p. 95-123. [Download here]
  • Davidson, O.R. & Teng-Zeng, F.K. (2003). Transfer of emerging energy technologies: Technology agreements in the context of climate change. Asia Pacific Tech Monitor. Nov-Dec 2003, 20(6). p. 15-23. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2003). South African science in transition. Science, technology and society. Volume 8(2), p. 235-260. [Download here]
  • Propp, T. (2003). The influence of academic environments on the transition from project imagery to project practice: The case of the Lehurutshe Rural Development Project, North West Province, South Africa. Society in Transition. Volume 34(1). p. 129-148. [Download here]
 

2001
  • Mouton, J. (2001). A methodological manifesto. Education as change. Volume 5(1). p. 3 – 16. [Download here]
  • Mouton, J. (2001). Between adversaries and allies: The call for strategic science in post-apartheid South Africa. Society in Transition. Volume 32(2). p. 155-172. [Download here]
 

2000
  • Mouton, J. (2000). Patterns of research collaboration in academic science in South Africa. South African Journal of Science. Volume 96(9 &10). p. 458-462. [Download here]
 

1995
  • Mouton, J. (1995). Second language teaching for primary school students: An evaluation of a method. Evaluation and Programme Planning. Volume 18(4). p. 391-408. [Download here]