The changing higher education landscape: Establishing a new identity during an institutional incorporation. Eduard Fourie Department of Psychology Unisa. ‘Unisa and TSA are the two elephants, they are making the love. . . and VUDEC is the lawn on which they are making the love’.
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The changing higher education landscape: Establishing a new identity during an institutional incorporation
Department of Psychology
Six theoretical approachesanxiety theory, social identity theory, acculturation theory, role conflict theory, job characteristics theory, and organisational justice theory (Seo and Hill 2005)
(Giessner et al. 2006)
VUDEC: Family affair
Legacies, traditions & patterns
Unisa: Us & Them
Establishing new position
Identification with the new institution
Impact on self
Maintaining new positions
A thematic map of general, basic, and global themes
Only time will tell whether the divorce from the old and the re-partnering of the three institutions will lead to a successful blended family