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    • Making a distinction. 

      Mare, Gerhard. (The Witness., 2009-09-23)
      The Penguin dictionary defines racism as, first, “the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities”; and, second, as “hostility towards or discrimination against people of a race other than ...
    • Race classification at the University of KwaZulu‐Natal: purposes, sites and practices. 

      Ruggunan, Shaun. (2010)
      Race classification has long been a feature of South African life, in daily life and its cognitive processes, and also in formal state-driven bureaucratic forms. In the post-apartheid period, classification of individuals ...
    • Racial category membership as resource and constraint in everyday interactions. 

      Whitehead, Kevin. (2010-09-28)
      The anti-apartheid struggle was characterised by tensions between the opposing principles of non-racialism (as exemplified by the Freedom Charter) and racialism (as exemplified by Black Consciousness). While non-racialism ...
    • SA - a place for everyone? 

      Mare, Gerhard. (The Witness., 2009-08-31)
      A small furore about a big issue was recently created when the ANC Youth League’s Julius Malema strongly criticised the dominance of the state’s ‘economic cluster’ by individuals drawn from ‘minorities’. It appeared that ...
    • Theory and practice in the field of race and race thinking: critical reflections for South Africa and beyond. 

      Erwin, Kira. (2010)
      This article is primarily concerned with some of the dilemmas of doing research on race and race thinking in South Africa, and beyond. It examines the broader theoretical debates and concepts within the field of race and ...
    • Use of mental imagery by athletes competing in different sport types. 

      Whitehead, Kevin. (2010)
      The anti-apartheid struggle was characterised by tensions between the opposing principles of non-racialism (as exemplified by the Freedom Charter) and racialism (as exemplified by Black Consciousness). While non-racialism ...