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Research outputs: SOWETO
Recollections of people who lived through the 1976 Soweto uprising both there and elsewhere provide more authentic insights than those of ou...Download this report
This study investigated the meanings of middle class amongst those who label themselves middle class. 2559 people were surveyed in Soweto, S...
2010 HIV-related stigma, social norms, and HIV testing in Soweto and Vulindlela, South Africa: National Institutes of Mental Health Project Accept (HPTN 043)
Objective: HIV testing is necessary to curb the increasing epidemic. However, HIV-related stigma and perceptions of low likelihood of societ...