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  • Gender discourse, awareness, and alternative responses for men in everyday living

    Gaddis, Stephen; Kotzé, Elmarie; Crocket, Kathie (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2007)
    In this paper, the authors use examples from their experiences to explore the nuances and complexities of contemporary gender practices. They draw on discourse and positioning theories to identify the ways in which culturally ...
  • "I cannot see my way clear. I cannot see the blackboard": Deconstructing personal failure stories

    Kotzé, Elmarie; Moneypenny, Paula Dian (New Zealand Association of Counsellors, 2014)
    In this article, a failure identity story of a student counsellor is deconstructed. Self-data on the experiences of her six-year-old self in a school were generated through an outsider witness ceremony, as suggested by ...
  • In the wake of violence: Enacting and witnessing hope among people

    Kotzé, Elmarie; Hulme, Thérèse; Geldenhuys, Tertius; Weingarten, Kaethe (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)
    In the territory of violence and despair, hope is rare. Recent work on hope has shifted attention from hope as a feeling to hope as a practice that people can do together. This case report of a family exposed to domestic ...
  • I’m not a bad mother-stories of mothering-on-the-edge

    Snowdon, Jenny; Kotzé, Elmarie (Australian Academic Press, 2012)
    This article is located in the field of custody and day-to-day care, with a focus on experiences of mothering where mothers no longer have everyday care of their children. At the time of writing, tens of thousands of mothers ...
  • Mo(ve)ments in the academic supervision relationship: Ethics in practice

    Kotzé, Elmarie (Routledge, 2013)
    The context of the article is a supervisory relationship between an academic supervisor and a student-researcher and an ethic of risk within the research and supervision. Focus: The challenges for supervisor and student, ...