volume 14, issue 3, P225-240 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1746197918792840
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Abstract: Research suggests that the desire to help others (value) and learning interpersonal skills (understanding) are core reasons for student volunteerism. Interpretations of such reports often minimise the role of contextual factors in shaping volunteer motives. This study considers the policy and institutional contexts that advocate for community engagement and social impact in South African higher education as a contributing factor in shaping student perceptions on reasons for volunteering. This article draws on…

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