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Research outputs: RACIAL SEGREGATION
Of continuing interest to social scientists and waste management officials are factors influencing household recycling behavior, one of whic...Download this report
In the heterogeneous South African society, race has become not only the major organizing principle, but also the primary unit of social ana...
2011 A closer look at racial differences in the reporting of self-assessed health status and related concepts in South Africa
South Africa's populace is characterised by large differences in health, with vast inequalities between members of different groups that can...
The aim of the paper is to analyze new policies of non-racialism that were adopted by the new political dispensation in South Africa after t...