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2021 'Dark cloud with a silver lining'?: the prospect of a rise in material values or a post-material turn in post-pandemic South Africa

The quarter century following the historic 1994 elections in South Africa and the establishment of a democratic dispensation was a period of...

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2021 COVID-19 and human rights limitations: taking public opinion into account

In this policy brief we analyse the willingness to sacrifice specific human rights in the context of COVID-19 in South Africa. It is argued ...

2021 Preparedness for self-isolation or quarantine and lockdown in South Africa: results from a rapid online survey

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 pandemic a public health emergency of international concern. South Africa, like ma...

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2021 Izwi labantu (voice of the people): tracking public opinion through political transition

Deliberations about the existence, nature and utility of 'public opinion' (Bourdieu 1979; Habermas 1991) have captured the interest of socio...