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Research outputs: POLITICS
In this the tenth edition of State of the Nation since 2003, the editors return to consider issues that have been explored in earlier editio...
Deliberations about the existence, nature and utility of 'public opinion' (Bourdieu 1979; Habermas 1991) have captured the interest of socio...
Decolonisation as democratisation considers three factors that define the debate in South Africa on the decolonisation of the academy: educa...
2021 South Africa's Thuma Mina moment: public opinion and political trust in South Africa's COVID-19 response
Effective leadership, state capacity and confidence in government are regarded as factors linked to successful COVID-19 pandemic responses t...Download this report