Nina Rivers was the second Masters student on the Changing Practice and knowledge mediators research process and course. She upgraded her Masters to a Phd and is now Dr Nina Rivers.
Nina was an active participant in the research and the course. She co-authored reports, was a mentor on the course and evaluated the course for us. No wonder her Masters became a Phd. She writes:
“The study illustrates how learning is embedded in context and also how learning emerges in relation to context via interactions between implicit and explicit mediation processes, and considers what this means for learning and development in the rural nexus of water and food security practices.” (pg.ii)
Please reference this work as Rivers, N. 2015. The Mediating Processes within Social Learning: Women’s Food and Water Security Practices in the Rural Eastern Cape. Unpublished Phd thesis. Rhodes University: Grahamstown
To access Nina’s Phd please click on the image below: