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Research outputs: XENOPHOBIA
2022 Xenophobia in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: how the pandemic increases zero-sum bias about foreign nationals
When the COVID-19 pandemic reached the shores of South Africa, the government responded quickly. Although proactive government policies save...Download this report
There is a growing level of academic interest in how the media covers immigration and xenophobia in South Africa. Various scholars (e.g. Nya...
2021 Anti-immigrant violence as social group control vigilantism?: understanding attitudes, behaviours and solutions
In the early September 2019 the street of Johannesburg convulsed with violence. Using anti-immigrant rhetoric, citizens in the country's wea...
2021 Understanding violence between South African nationals and African immigrants in Gauteng province: phase Two
South Africa' s political economy and social life has its foundations intrinsically linked with both historical and more contemporary migrat...Download this report