Where the local meets the global: does social science have an identity?
If you would like to obtain a copy of this Research Output, please contact Hanlie Baudin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related Research Outputs:
- Book review: Reddy, V., Sandfort, T., Rispel, L. (eds). 2009. From social silence to social science: same-sex sexuality, HIV & AIDS and gender in South Africa: conference proceedings. Cape Town: HSRC Press. 252 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7969-2276-2
- Understanding the structure of data when planning for analysis: application of hierarchical linear model
- Strategy for gaining access to conduct research in the informal settlement
- Research methodology (approaches) and the implementation of research findings
- Shifting African identities
- Ethno-religious nationalism in Sudan: the enduring constraint on the policy of national identity
- Escaping Europe's clutches
- Identity? Theory, politics, history
- Social science research and the challenge of AIDS: a reflexive participatory research approach
- Book review: Marks, M. (2001) Young warriors: youth politics, identity and violence in South Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. 171 p. ISBN 1868143708
- Overcoming the legacy of discrimination in South Africa: final report
- Common origins, common futures: reflections on identity and difference in education
- Genesis of self-identity as disother: life histories of people who stutter
- Population training and research in South Africa
- Memory, diaspora and spiced bodies in motion: Berni Searle's art
- Globalization issues of identity and the implications for governance and democratization in the post-apartheid South Africa
- "Inputs of social scientists are critical"
- Role of social sciences vital to development
- Multicultural national identity and pride
- Identity and race relations