Puleng Segalo
Puleng Segalo
Psychology Professor, University of South Africa
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Gender, social cohesion and everyday struggles in South Africa
P Segalo
Psychology in Society, 70-82, 2015
Working with embroideries and counter-maps: Engaging memory and imagination within decolonizing frameworks
P Segalo, E Manoff, M Fine
Epistemological resistance towards diversality: Teaching community psychology as a decolonial project
R Carolissen, H Canham, E Fourie, T Graham, P Segalo, B Bowman
South African Journal of Psychology 47 (4), 495-505, 2017
Embroidery as narrative: Black South African women's experiences of suffering and healing
P Segalo
Agenda 28 (1), 44-53, 2014
Eating burnt toast: The lived experiences of female breadwinners in South Africa
BR Parry, P Segalo
Journal of International Women's Studies 18 (4), 182-196, 2017
Grandmothers caring for their grandchildren orphaned by HIV and AIDS
D Mudavanhu, P Segalo, E Fourie
New Voices in Psychology 4 (1), 76-97, 2008
Our lives through embroidery: Narrative accounts of the women's embroidery project in post-apartheid South Africa
P Segalo
Journal of Psychology in Africa 21 (2), 229-238, 2011
Using cotton, needles and threads to break the women's silence: embroideries as a decolonising framework
P Segalo
Creating Inclusive Knowledges, 32-46, 2019
A psychology in our own language: Redefining psychology in an African context
P Segalo, Z Cakata
Psychology in Society, 29-41, 2017
Trauma and gender
P Segalo
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (9), 447-454, 2015
Under lying conditions of gender‐based violence—Decolonial feminism meets epistemic ignorance: Critical transnational conversations
P Segalo, M Fine
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 14 (10), 1-10, 2020
Decolonising Psychology in residential and open distance e-learning institutions: critical reflections
P Kiguwa, P Segalo
South African Journal of Psychology 48 (3), 310-318, 2018
Women speaking through embroidery: Using visual methods and poetry to narrate lived experiences
P Segalo
Qualitative Research in Psychology 15 (2-3), 298-304, 2018
Windows of (in) equality: gender reflections in Information Technology (IT)
EL Long, PJ Segalo, C Laidlaw
Gender and Behaviour 14 (2), 7345-7353, 2016
Gendered suffering and the complexities of keeping silent
P Segalo
Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2012
Teaching community psychology decolonially: A pedagogical journey
M Terre Blanche, E Fourie, P Segalo
Review of General Psychology 25 (4), 369-384, 2021
Obstacles to post-apartheid language policy implementation: Insights from language policy experts
Z Cakata, P Segalo
Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 35 (4), 321-329, 2017
Women, they too have their story: Re-imagining the female voice and body
P Segalo
Scriptura: Journal for Contextual Hermeneutics in Southern Africa 112 (1), 1-10, 2013
From where we stand: Reflecting on engagements with decolonial feminist community psychology
P Kiguwa, P Segalo
Decolonial feminist community psychology, 129-142, 2019
Life Esidimeni Tragedy: articulating ecological justice code branding for social care and mental health practice
PTT Nwachukwu, P Segalo, M Wa Batshweneng
Gender and Behaviour 16 (2), 11235-11249, 2018
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