Dominant theories on choice of higher education tend to regard students as rational consumers in an educational marketplace. Tracing the logic of student decision-making in South Africa shows the complexities of these processes.
Keywords: pragmatic rationality, research and policy discourse, higher education, student choice
How to Cite:
Gausdal, L., (2015) “Degrees of choice?”, New Vistas 1(1), 10-14. doi: https://doi.org//uwl.6