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Research outputs: SOCIAL COHESION
This report presents findings on the first Gauteng State of the Youth Survey conducted in 2018. Drawing on a sample of youth that is provinc...Download this report
This policy brief provides an overview of the findings of a national survey on attitudes, preferences and behaviour related to family life i...
2019 South African social attitudes: family matters: family cohesion, values and strengthening to promote wellbeing
"The family" has become a significant and growing focus of study across a variety of disciplinary perspectives in the humanities, social sci...
Apartheid policies had devastating effects on family life in South Africa and the creation of homelands and forced resettlement together wit...