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John Rawls, from the metaphysical "A theory of justice" to the quasi- political "Political liberalism".
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The Skills Development Act : an exploratory study of its perceived implications for companies in the service industry in Durban.
This project is a survey research work, which investigates the perceptions and implications of the Skills Development Act on the service industry in Durban. The study contained a qualitative and quantitative section, through ...
The potential conflict between a just land reform policy and nation building : a case study of the cornfields community.
This study explores the government's current land refonn programme in the light of nation building. It is hypothesised that though the government means well by its introduction of the programme, the current land refonn ...
Malawi's transition from neo-colonial rule : from a 'culture of silence to a clamour of voices?'
The phrase a 'culture of silence' is attributed to Jerry Rawlings in the late 1980s, at a time when he was military head of state in Ghana. The irony is that he appeared to be complaining about the 'culture of silence' ...
Civil society and opposition politics in Nigeria (1985-1999).
This study investigates the role of civil society in the Nigerian polity between 1985 and 1999. The institutions that constitute civil society, particularly human rights organizations, professional groups, non-governmental ...