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Glaring invisibility: dressing the body of the female cleaner.
(University of Western Cape., 2009)
The paper explores how the uniform of a group of female cleaners appears to be more than an abstract object framed by the practical exegetics of work. The uniform is seen as acting as a material exercise of discretionary ...
‘Topless’ tradition for tourists: Young Zulu girls in tourism.
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge)/Unisa Press., 2009)
This study works through the ethnographic narratives of two young girls who perform in a tourist cultural village, and probes how certain cultural constructions of ‘Zulu girl’ or maiden are enacted in the context of ...