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Research outputs: ETHICS
2021 An ethico-political approach to poverty and inequality: embodying care and corporeal citizenship
In this chapter the authors argue for a normative rethinking of the state. Their argument is motivated by the need for a politics - in South...
This chapter addresses questions of voice, ethics and power in the context of women and land through three lenses: legal, feminist and ethic...
In this the tenth edition of State of the Nation since 2003, the editors return to consider issues that have been explored in earlier editio...
2021 Critiquing the ethics review process in the 2019 Nieuwoudt et al. study on the impact of age and education on cognitive functioning among coloured South African women
In April 2019, Nieuwoudt et al. published an article on the impact of age and education on cognitive functioning among coloured women in the...Download this report