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Research data: LANGUAGE RIGHTS
2018 'Having to use English others us': southern African descriptions of sexual and gender diversity
2016 Moral-eyes: investigating possibilities for restitution in Cameroon, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and South Africa: language, race, ethnicity and religion
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Language is often seen as an important symbol and marker of identity. The relationship between the two especially comes to the fore in the e...