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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
This article argues that in the rapidly changing world of today, it is strongly recommended that governments keep up with trends and that th...
2013 How popular protests influence public discourse and public accountability: revisiting the theory of public spheres in South Africa
This article analyses some major sociopolitical trajectories in South African society since the advent of democracy, in the light of the soc...
2013 Understanding intergenerational solidarity in democratic South Africa: a quantitative analysis of the determinants of intergenerational support
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