Location: Durban, South Africa
Member since: February 2011
In 2011 I participated in a World Bank-funded ethnographic research study in Swaziland. This was done in conjunction with the Swaziland National Emergency Response Council on HIV and AIDS and aimed at developing strategies to address the HIV/AIDS infection rate. I was first assistant to the lead researcher; collated and interpreted research results and participated in writing the final report. <br />During this time I also developed interpretative protocols for future research assistants using the same methodo
Pearson Education et al.
During this period I was a freelance sales representative for a number of large, medium-sized and small publishers and publisher agents. The largest of these include Pearson Education, Book Promotions (Then part of Harpercollins) and Jacana. I also represented various smaller agencies and publishers such as Titles, Everybody s Books, Sula, Wits University Press and others. During this time I sold to bookshops and libraries in KZN, Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Western Cape and Free State. I also organised exhibit
I conducted research for a doctoral candidate on generational differences in attitudes towards social change after the 1994 South African elections. I interviewed candidates; recorded the interviews; transcribed them and noted statements of interest that fell outside the qualitative categories provided.
Bachelor of Social Science (Hons)
University of South Africa/Universiteit van Suid-Afrika
Bachelor of Social Science
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Diploma in reflexology