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Research outputs: YOUTH
2018 Review of historical and contemporary concepts and theoretical assumptions in youth studies of South Africa
Youth are, by definition, the future. This book brings initial analyses to bear on youth in the five BRICS countries: Brazil, Russia, India,...
2018 Youth theory in South Africa: an indigenous African perspective derived from Sepedi idioms and proverbs
While there is general underdevelopment of social theory within African scholarship, where the latter tends to rely heavily on borrowing fr...