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Disruptive or merely alternative? A case study of a South African gay church.
(Journal of Gender and Religion in Africa., 2011)
The main aim of this article is to engage with how a South African church through its discursive practices, continues to live out the conviction set out in Germond and de Gruchy's 1997 book "Aliens in the Household of ...
'Sometimes taxi men are rough..' : young women's experiences of the risks of being a 'taxi queen'.
(African Safety Promotion Journal, 2011)
The 'taxi queen' phenomenon in which young women become involved with older male taxi drivers while taking public transport has received little attention as an area of research. However, there are concerns that the ...
"Don't touch me on my psychology and religion!" : feminist backlash in a wearable cloak and different voice.
In this article it is argued that feminist successes in South Africa are being ‘overshadowed’ by movements which are essentially anti-feminist and brazenly patriarchal, but which go unchallenged because these movements are ...