Book chapters

2016
Albertyn, R.M., Van Coller-Peter, S. & Morrison, J.M. 2016. Aligning student and supervisor perspectives of research challenges, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future foci for the knowledge society. Stellenbosch: Sun Media. 171-187.
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Bitzer, E.M., Leshem. S. & Trafford, V.N. 2016. Becoming doctorate as an end-point and a point of departure: Intervention experiences of doctoral supervisors and candidates, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future foci for the knowledge society. Stellenbosch: Sun Media. 223-239.
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Bitzer, E.M. 2016. Research into Doctoral Education: A Survey of Institutional Research Projects in Southern Africa, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: Sun Media. 277-298.
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Botha, J. & Hunter-Husselmann, M. 2016. The Management and Use of Research-related Information by a selection of Research-intensive Universities in South Africa, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 299-318.
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Botha, J., Muller, N. & Webber, K.L. 2016. Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Framing the Contexts and Practices, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education. Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 1-22.
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Botha, J. 2016. Centres and institutes as academic organisational units, in B.L. Frick, V.N. Trafford & M. Fourie-Malherbe (eds.). Being Scholarly. Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer.  Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 25-36.
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Botha J. 2016. The Synergy between the SAAIR Conference Events and South African Higher Education Policy Initiatives, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 43-56.
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Cloete, N., Langa, P., Nakayiwa-Mayega, F., Ssembatya, V., Wangenge-Ouma, G. & Moja, T. 2016. Rankings in Africa: Important, interesting, irritating or irrelevant?, in E. Hazelkorn (ed.). Global Rankings and the Geopolitics of Higher Education: Understanding the influence and impact of rankings on higher education, policy and society. USA: Routledge. Chapter 7.
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Cloete, N. & Moja, T. 2016. International Collaboration, Exchange and Partnership: Netherlands, Norway and South Africa, in N. Cloete, L. Goedegebuure, A. Gornitzka, J. Jungblut & B. Stensaker (eds.). Pathways through Higher Education Research- A Festschrift in Honour of Peter Maassen. Oslo: Department of Education, University of Oslo. 87-95.
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Fourie-Malherbe, M., Aitchison, C., Bitzer, E.M. & Albertyn, R.M. 2016. (Re)considering postgraduate education and supervision in the knowledge society, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 1-12.
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Fourie-Malherbe, M., Botha, J. & Stevens, D. 2016. The rationale, challenges and benefits of joint degrees as a new form of doctoral education, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 313-333.
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Fourie-Malherbe, M. 2016. Evidence for Excellence in Teaching: The Role of Institutional Research, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 213-230.
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Fränzel, J., Guenther, L. & Ruhrmann, G. 2016. Evidenzsensibler Journalismus? Über die Wahrnehmung und Darstellung wissenschaftlicher Ungesichertheit von Medizinjournalisten, in A.L. Camerini, R. Ludolph & F. Rothenfluh (eds.). Gesundheitskommunikation im Spannungsfeld zwischen Theorie und Praxis. Baden-Baden: Nomos. 29-41.
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Frick, B.L., Albertyn, R.M., Brodin, E.M., McKenna, S. & Claesson, S. 2016. The role of doctoral education in early career academic developmentin, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 203-219.
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Frick, B.L., Albertyn, R.M., Brodin, E.M., McKenna, S. & Claesson, S. 2016. The role of doctoral education in early career academic development, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 203-219.
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Frick, B.L. 2016. PhD by publication: An institutional analysis, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 299-312.
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Groenewald, J.P. & Steenekamp, C.L. 2016. Graduate School formats and functions: A case study, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 99-121.
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Guenther, L. & Ruhrmann, G. 2016. Zukunftstechnologien und Medien: wie (in)transparent kommunizieren Journalisten wissenschaftliche Ungesichertheit?, in P. Werner, L. Rinsdorf, T. Pleil & K.D. Altmeppen (eds.). Verantwortung, Gerechtigkeit, Öffentlichkeit: normative Perspektiven auf Kommunikation. Konstanz: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft. 125-136.
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Herman, N. 2016. Counting and countering the opportunity cost of professional learning: a ‘care-full’ approach, in B.L. Frick, V.N. Trafford & M. Fourie-Malherbe (eds.). Being Scholarly: Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 53-61.
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Kessler, S.H., Reifegerste, D. & Guenther, L. 2016. Die Evidenzkraft von Bildern in der Wissenschaftskommunikation, in G. Ruhrmann, S.H. Kessler & L. Guenther (eds.). Wissenschaftskommunikation zwischen Risiko und (Un-)Sicherheit. Koln: Herbert von Halem Verlag. 171-192.
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Louw, A.J.N. & Archer, E. 2016. Developing higher education curriculum in the health sciences context, in B.L. Frick, V.N. Trafford & M. Fourie-Malherbe (eds.). Being Scholarly: Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 107-114.
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Mouton, J. 2016. The doctorate in South Africa: trends, challenges and constraints, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 51-82.
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Plowright, D. 2016. Developing doctoral research skills for workplace inquiry: Using an integrated methodology, in M. Fourie-Malherbe, R.M. Albertyn, C. Aitchison & E.M. Bitzer (eds.). Postgraduate Supervision: Future Foci for the Knowledge Society. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 241-254.
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Reifegerste, D., Kessler, S.H. & Guenther, L. 2016. Bewegt durch Bilder? Der Einfluss von Aufmerksamkeit und Hintergrundmotiv in A.L. Camerini, R. Ludolph & F. Rothenfluh (eds.). Gesundheitskommunikation im Spannungsfeld zwischen Theorie und Praxis. Baden-Baden: Nomos. 131-141.
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Ruhrmann, G., Kessler, S.H. & Guenther, L. 2016. Zwischen fragiler und konfligierender Evidenz: Wissenschaftskommunikation zwischen Risiko und (Un-)Sicherheit, in G. Ruhrmann, S.H. Kessler & L. Guenther (eds.). Wissenschaftskommunikation zwischen Risiko und (Un-)Sicherheit. Koln: Herbert von Halem Verlag. 10-38.
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Van Schalkwyk, S.C. 2016. Academic literacy revisited: a space for emerging postgraduate voices?, in B.L. Frick, V.N. Trafford & M. Fourie-Malherbe (eds.). Being Scholarly: Festschrift in honour of the work of Eli M Bitzer. Stellenbosch: SUN Media.2016: 145-153.
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Webber, K.L., Muller, N. & Botha, J. 2016. Institutional Research in Higher Education in South Africa: Looking Ahead, in J. Botha & N. Muller (eds.). Institutional Research in South African Higher Education: Intersecting Contexts and Practices. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 361-368.
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2015
Bailey, T. 2015. The roles of national councils and commissions in African higher education system governance, in N. Cloete, P. Maassen & T. Bailey (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 171–202.
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Bakuwa, J., Mouton, J. 2015. A review of the scholarship on HELM training in Africa, in J. Mouton & L.P. Wildschut (eds.). Leadership and Management: Case Studies in Training in Higher Education in Africa. Somerset West: African Minds. 3-16.
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Botha, J. 2015. Institutional research in South Africa in the service of strategic and academic decision support, in K. Webber & A. Calederon (eds.). Institutional research and planning in higher education: global context and themes. Oxford: Routledge. 115-127.
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Cloete, N. & Mouton, J. 2015. The demand for a doctorate: global, African and South African contexts, in N. Cloete, J. Mouton & C. Sheppard (eds.). Doctoral Education in South Africa: Policy, Discourse and Data. Cape Town: African Minds. 1-26.
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Cloete, N., Maassen, P., Bunting, I., Bailey, T. & Wangenge-Ouma, G. & Van Schalkwyk, F. 2015. Managing contradictory functions and related policy issues, in N. Cloete, P. Maassen & T. Bailey (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 260–289.
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Cloete, N., Sheppard, C. & Bailey, T. 2015. South Africa as a PhD hub in Africa?, in N. Cloete, P. Maassen & T. Bailey (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds.
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Mouton, J., Effah, P., Sibuga, KP. 2015. The context of HELM training in Africa, in J. Mouton & L.P. Wildschut (eds.). Leadership and Management: Case Studies in Training in Higher Education in Africa. Somerset West: African Minds. 17-36.
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Mouton, J., Gaillard, J. & Van Lill, M. 2015. Functions of science granting councils in sub-Saharan Africa, in N. Cloete, P. Maassen & T. Bailey (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 148–170.
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Mouton, J., Wildschut, LP. 2015. Knowledge exchange, in J. Mouton & L.P. Wildschut (eds.). Leadership and Management: Case Studies in Training in Higher Education in Africa. Somerset West: African Minds. 97-110.
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Tijssen, R.J.W. 2015. Research output and international research cooperation in African flagship universities, in N. Cloete, P. Maassen & T. Bailey (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 61–74.
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Wildschut, LP. 2015. An Evaluation Framework, in J. Mouton & L.P. Wildschut (eds.). Leadership and Management: Case Studies in Training in Higher Education in Africa. Somerset West: African Minds. 87-96.
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2014
Mouton, C., Rabie, B., Cloete, F. & De Coning, C. 2014. Historical Development and Practice of Evaluation, in F.Cloete, B. Rabie & C. de Coning (eds). Evaluation Management in South Africa and Africa. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 26-77.
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Mouton, J. & Mouton, C. 2014. Evaluation Designs and Methods, in F.Cloete, B. Rabie & C. de Coning (eds). Evaluation Management in South Africa and Africa. Stellenbosch: SUN Media. 163-201.
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​Mouton, J. 2014. On the nature of social science, in J.S. Wessels, J.C. Pauw & X.C. Thani (eds.). Reflective Public Administration: Context, Knowledge and Methods. South Africa: Unisa Press. 93-105.
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2012
Boshoff, N. & Bosch, A. 2012. Women in South African academia – A statistical profile, in A. Bosch (ed.). The SABPP Women’s Report 2012. Johannesburg: South African Board for People Practices. 12-20.
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Kahn, M.J. 2012.Implementing a Research Data Access Policy in South Africa, in K.B. Mathae & P.F. Uhlir (eds.). The Case for International Sharing of Scientific Data: A Focus on Developing Countries: Proceedings of a Symposium. Washington: National Academies Press. 21-23.
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2011
Kahn, M.J. 2011.Introduction: A short overview of South African research and innovation, in D. Cooper (ed.).The University in Development: case studies of use-oriented research. Cape Town: HSRC Press. 149-166.
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2010
Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. 2010. Transformation of national science and engineering systems: South Africa. Section 4.5.4.2, in UNESCO. Engineering: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for Development. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 181-184.
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Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. 2010. Regional perspectives on engineering: Africa. Section 5.2, in UNESCO. Engineering: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for Development. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 208-210.
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Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. 2010. Bibliometric analysis of scientific output. Chapter 5, in NEPAD. African Innovation Outlook 2010. Pretoria: New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).
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Mouton, J. 2010. The state of social science in sub-Saharan Africa. Chapter 2.3, in F. Calloids (Snr ed.). World Social Science Report 2010. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization & International Social Science Council. (ISBN 978-92-3-104131-0).
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2009
Mouton, J. 2009. Engineering in Africa, in T. Marjoram (ed.). Engineering: Issues and Challenges for Development.

Mouton, J. 2009. The internationalization of South African Social Science, in M. Kuhn & D. Weidemann (eds.). The internationalisation of the social sciences and humanities. Wetzlar: Majuskel Medienproduktion GmbH. (ISBN 978-3-8376-1307-0).
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Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. 2009. Die kweekskool deur die oë van die ander. Chapter 8 in P. Coertzen (ed.). Teologie – Stellenbosch 150+. Wellington: Bybel-Media. (ISBN 978-0-86-991-6360).
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Mouton, J. & Gevers, W.R. 2009. Genesis and history of public science in South Africa. Chapter 1, in R. Diab & W.R. Gevers (eds.). The state of science in South Africa. Pretoria: Academy of Science of South Africa. (ISBN 978-0-9814159-4-9).
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Mouton, J. & Waast, R. 2009. Comparative study on national research systems: Findings and lessons learnt. Chapter 5, in V.L. Meek, U. Teichler & M.L. Kearney (eds.). Systems of Higher Education, Research and Innovation: Changing dynamics. Kassel: International Centre for Higher Education Research Kassel (INCHER-Kassel). (ISBN 978-3-934377-10-3).
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Mouton, J. & Wildschut, L.P. 2009. Playing catch up: Evaluating a mathematics intervention for disadvantaged learners in South Africa. Chapter 10, in  by L. Liebenberg & M. Ungar, M. (eds.). Researching Resilience. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division.
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2008
Mouton, J., Boshoff, N., De Waal, L., Esau, S., Imbayarwo, B., Ritter, M. & Van Niekerk, D. 2008. The state of public science in the SADC region. Chapter 4, in P. Kotecha (ed.). Towards a Common Future: Higher Education in the SADC Region. Research Findings from Four SARUA Studies. Johannesburg: Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA). (ISBN ).
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2006
Bawa, A. & Mouton, J. 2006. Research, in N. Cloete, R. Fehnel, P. Maassen, T. Moja, H. Perold & T. Gibbon (eds.). Transformation in higher education: Global pressures and local realities in South Africa. Kingdom of the Netherlands: Springer Netherlands. (ISBN 978-1-4020-6179-0).
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Mouton, J. 2006. Science for transformation: Research agendas and priorities in South Africa. Chapter 5, in L. Box & R. Engelhard (eds.). Science and Technology Policy for development, Dialogues at the Interface. London: Anthem Press. (ISBN 9781843312277).
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Mouton, J., Boshoff, N. & Tijssen, R.J.W. 2006. A comprehensive analysis of South African journals. Chapter 3, in ASSAF. Report on a Strategic Approach to Research Publishing in South Africa. Pretoria: Academy of Science of South Africa. (ISBN 0-620-36105-0).
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2005
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. Chapter 16, in  G. Jacques & G.N. Lesetedi (eds.). The New Partnership for Africa’s Development: Debates, Opportunities and Challenges. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa. (ISBN : 079830197x).
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2003
Bailey, T.G. 2003. Skills migration and the brain drain. Chapter 10, in A. Kraak & H. Perold (eds.). Human Resources Development Review 2003: Education, Employment and Skills in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press and East Lansing: Michigan State University Press. (ISBN 0-7969-2049-4).
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Boshoff, N. & Mouton, J. 2003. Science policy indicators. Chapter 9 in A. Kraak & H. Perold (eds.). Human Resources Development Review 2003: Education, Employment and Skills in South Africa. Cape Town: HSRC Press and East Lansing: Michigan State University Press. (ISBN 0-7969-2049-4).
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2002
Mouton, J. & Boshoff, N. 2002. Research capacity and collaboration. Chapter 4, in P Pillay & N. Cloete (eds.). Strategic Co-operation Scenarios: Post-school Education in the Eastern Cape. Pretoria: Centre for Higher Education Transformation. (ISBN 1-919833-32-3).
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2001
Mouton, J. 2001. Theory, metatheory and methodology in development studies: a heuristic framework, in J.K. Coetzee, J. Graaff, F. Hendricks & G. Wood (eds.). Development: Theory, Policy and Practice. South Africa: Oxford University Press. (ISBN 978-0195719277).
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Mouton, J. 2001. Programme Evaluation Research, in J.K. Coetzee, J. Graaff, F. Hendricks & G. Wood (eds.). Development: Theory, Policy and Practice. South Africa: Oxford University Press. (ISBN 978-0195719277).
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Mouton, J. & Prozesky, H.E. 2001. Participatory action research, in J.K. Coetzee, J. Graaff, F. Hendricks & G. Wood (eds.). Development: Theory, Policy and Practice. South Africa: Oxford University Press. (ISBN 978-0195719277).
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2000
Mouton, J. 2000. The thousand schools project: Evaluating a whole school development initiative. Chapter 7, in D. Donald, A. Dawes & J. Louw (eds.). Addressing childhood adversity. Cape Town: David Philip Publishers (Pty). Ltd. (ISBN 0-86486-449-3).
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1999
Mouton, J. 1999. On the nature of social science. In Reflective public administration: views from the South by Wessels, J.S & Pauw, J.C (eds). Cape Town: Oxford University Press. (ISBN 9780195715040).
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1998
Mouton, J. 1998. Values and Tolerance in a Society in Transition: The South African Case. Chapter 6, in E. Wnuk-Lipinski (ed.). Values and Radical Social Change – Comparing Polish and South African Experience. Warsaw: Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. (ISBN 9788386759606).
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Mouton, J. and Muller, J.P. 1998. Tracking trends in theory and method: Past and future, in J. Mouton, J. Muller, P. Franks & Sono, T. (eds.). Introduction in Theory and method in South African human sciences research: Advances and innovations. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 978-07969-1864-2).
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1996
Mouton, J. 1996. Die aard van wetenskapsbeoefening, in J.G. Garbers (ed.). Doeltreffende geesteswetenskaplike navorsing. Pretoria: Van Schaik Publishers. (ISBN 978-0627021640).
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Mouton, J. 1996. The end of social theory?, in C.W. Du Toit (ed.). New modes of thinking on the eve of a new century: South African perspectives. Pretoria: UNISA. (ISBN 978-0869819463).
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Mouton, J. 1996. The nature and structure of the practice of science, in J.G. Garbers (ed.). Effective research in the human sciences. Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik Publishers. (ISBN 9780627021657).
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Mouton, J. 1996. Theory, meta-theory and methodology in development research: A heuristic framework, in J.K. Coetzee & J. Graaff (eds.). Reconstruction, development and people. South Africa: International Thomson Publishing (Southern Africa). (Pty). Ltd. (ISBN 9781868640126).
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Mouton, J. 1996. The structuralism of social knowledge, in J. Gasparikova, V. Bakos, N. Pillay, C. Prinsloo (eds.). Methodological challenges of interdisciplinary research in the social sciences. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 9780796917263).
 

1995
Mouton, J. 1995. Die positivisme. Chapter 1, in J.J. Snyman (ed.). Wetenskapbeelde in die geesteswetenskappe. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 978-07969-1689-1).
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Mouton, J. 1995. Human sciences research at South African universities. Chapter 2, in H. Van der Berg, R. Prinsloo & D. Pienaar (eds.). Directory of Human Sciences Research Organizations and Professional Associations in South Africa. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 0-7969-1715-9).
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Mouton, J. 1995. Thomas S. Kuhn. Chapter 3, in J.J. Snyman (ed.). Wetenskapbeelde in die geesteswetenskappe. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 978-07969-1689-1).
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Mouton, J. 1995. Wetenskaplike realisme en realisme vir die sosiale wetenskappe. Chapter 10,
in J.J. Snyman (ed.). Wetenskapbeelde in die geesteswetenskappe. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 978-07969-1689-1).
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Mouton, J. & Muller, J.P. 1995. A typology of shifts in intellectual formations in South Africa, in U. Van Beek (ed.). South Africa and Poland in transition: A comparative perspective. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 978-0-7969-1659-4).
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Mouton, J. & Pienaar, M. 1995. Human sciences research in the government sector. Chapter 4, in H. Van der Berg, R. Prinsloo & D. Pienaar (eds.). Directory of Human Sciences Research Organizations and Professional Associations in South Africa. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers. (ISBN 0-7969-1715-9).
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