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Human and non-human flows as a threat to the security of a democratic South Africa.
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The relationship between economic development, ruling elites and democratic consolidation.
The end of the cold war resulted in much optimism in Africa that political and economic problems would be minimised. In line with this optimism a number of countries undertook political and economic reforms. These ...
The role of tribal authorities in a democratic KwaZulu-Natal.
This thesis attempts to define the role of tribal authorities in the structures of the democratic government in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. However, the major difficulty lies in the nature of the institution ...
The decline of Zulu nationalism as a defining feature of IFP policy, 1994-1997.
This thesis provides an analysis of changes apparent in the ideology and style of the Inkatha Freedom Party'si politics since April 1994. The IFP's first three years in power under the new dispensation, as a member of ...
Educating adolescents about AIDS : a policy analysis of AIDS education programmes in KwaZulu-Natal high schools.
This thesis is concerned with an evaluation of AIDS education in KwaZulu-Natal schools. Although HIV and AIDS affect all segments of the population and all age groups, prevention efforts aimed at the youth may be the most ...
Democracy, ideology and the construction of meaning in the electronic age : a critical analysis of the political implications of electronic means of communication.
Set against the background of public life and political practice in late capitalist mass democracies, this study presents information and communication structures as central to the formation of discursive opinion and the ...
The influence of Mahatma Gandhi's Satyagraha on Martin Luther King Jr.
No abstract available.
Youth in urban African townships, 1945-1992 : a case study of the East London townships.
In this study an attempt is made to trace and analyse the changing nature of African youth in urban areas, with particular reference to the East London locations. The period covered is the period from the 1940s to the end ...
Reporting violent conflict in Kwazulu-Natal : an assessment of selected sources for conflict research.
The main aim of this study was to investigate which factors are likely to affect the probability that events of violent collective action are reported by the press in KwaZulu-Natal. The study hypothesised that the ...