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Research outputs: SOCIAL INCLUSION
2020 Book review: Tomba, M. 2019. Insurgent universality: an alternative legacy of modernity. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780190883089
2019 Subjective social status and inequalities in depressive symptoms: a gender-specific decomposition analysis for South Africa
Inequalities in mental health are a notable and well documented policy concern in many countries, including South Africa. Individuals' perce...
2018 Creating a transformative governance index: measuring progress in the attainment of social justice
Continued poverty, inequality and exclusion have led South Africans to doubt the adequacy of our Constitution, its institutions, its ability...
In January this year, violence erupted again in Rustenburg, North West, and news reports carried descriptions of homes burned and shops loot...