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A descriptive study of the modus operandi of serial rapists in South Africa.
(Acta Criminologica, 2010)
This article reflects research of which the aim is to increase our collective knowledge of the modus operandi of serial rapists in South Africa in an attempt to contribute to the prevention and prosecution of perpetrators. ...
Environmental conflicts and women's vulnerability in Africa.
(African Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2010)
This article examines environmental conflicts and women’s vulnerability in Africa. Environmental resources are critical to poor women’s productive and reproductive lives in Africa. Environmental resources diversify ...
An explorative study of serial rape and victimisation risk in South Africa.
(Acta Criminologica., 2010)
Serial rape attracts much media attention and has become a topic of increased interest and concern. However, both locally and internationally, there is a paucity of empirically based research. The limited research which ...
Liberated through submission? The Worthy Woman's Conference as a case study of Formenism.
(Indiana University Press, 2010)
In this article, Nadar and Potgieter use the Worthy Women’s Conference as a case study, describing and analyzing how this movement creates and maintains what they call the formenist position. Formenism, like masculinism, ...