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Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa (International Studies in Social Science) e-book

Author:

Richard Harris,Abebe Zegeye,Pat L. Lauderdale

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

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1841 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

de Sitter Publications (May 1, 2005)

Pages:

183

ISBN:

1897160011

Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa (International Studies in Social Science) e-book

by Richard Harris,Abebe Zegeye,Pat L. Lauderdale


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ISBN-13: 978-1897160015. has been added to your Cart. Hardcover: 183 pages. Publisher: de Sitter Publications (May 1, 2005).

This article explores migration from Zimbabwe to the UK and South Africa and the experiences of the receiving countries from the perspective of the migrants

January 2003 · Transformation Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. C. M. (Christian Myles) Rogerson. This article explores migration from Zimbabwe to the UK and South Africa and the experiences of the receiving countries from the perspective of the migrants. It provides a critical examination of the impact of structural barriers in both the UK and South Africa on the economic experiences of migrants. The effects of immigration status, due to the exclusion of asylum-seekers in the UK and the.

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Abebe Zegeye, Richard Harris, Pat Lauderdale, eds. Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa. Toronto: De Sitter Publications, 2005. Hence the book's title: Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa.

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Post-apartheid South Africa provides an important case study of social . Abebe Zegeye was born in Ethiopia, studied in the US and UK, and obtained his P. at Oxford University.

Post-apartheid South Africa provides an important case study of social transformation and how the cultural, social and political identities of a diverse population and the structure and practices of the media of mass communications affect the prospects for developing a multicultural democracy.

This volume examines the progress made toward greater equality in South Africa in spite of the conflicting demands made .

Nelson Mandela's electoral victory in 1994 signified the end of apartheid in South Africa, a system of widespread racially-based segregation to enforce almost complete separation of different races in South Africa

Nelson Mandela's electoral victory in 1994 signified the end of apartheid in South Africa, a system of widespread racially-based segregation to enforce almost complete separation of different races in South Africa. Under the apartheid system, South Africans were classified into four different races: White, Black, Coloured, and Indian/Asian, with about 80% of the South African population classified as Black, 9% as White, 9% as Coloured, and 2% as Indian/Asian

Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa.

Globalization and Post-Apartheid South Africa. Willowdale, Canada: de Sitter Publications. Toronto, Canada: de Sitter Publications. Terror and Crisis in the Horn of Africa: Autopsy of Democracy, Human Rights, and Freedom. Inverarity, James, Pat Lauderdale and Barry Feld 1983.

And Post-apartheid South Africa (International Studies in Social Science).

Globalization And Post-apartheid South Africa (International Studies in Social Science).

This volume examines the progress made toward greater equality in South Africa in spite of the conflicting demands made by global capital and the population of South Africa on a weakened state structure. Investigating such issues as African identities in the cultural and historical context of globalization, growth and redistribution in South Africa, the social reintegration of demobilized military personnel, policing in the post-apartheid era, the poverty-environment relationship, and reproductive dynamics and gender-based violence, this engaging volume provides interdisciplinary scholars and students with varied perspectives on the effects of globalization in post-apartheid South Africa. Each chapter offers original research and theory.

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