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Research outputs: CULTURE
2005 Reflections on perceived conflicts between culture and democracy in Africa: the South African case
There is a widely held perception that democracy, at least some notion of western style democracy - is inappropriate for Africa as it is ant...Download this report
2005 Understanding culture and rights in South Africa today: moving beyond racial hegemony in national identity
What this document is concerned with therefore, is national identity, which its author proclaims to be the central political question of our...Download this report
The contemporary debate between liberalism and multiculturalism is often cast in the mould of a conflict between the rights of individuals a...