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Research outputs: SOCIAL INCLUSION
2022 Xenophobia in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: how the pandemic increases zero-sum bias about foreign nationals
When the COVID-19 pandemic reached the shores of South Africa, the government responded quickly. Although proactive government policies save...Download this report
2021 "My stutter has put me on the outside": young South African Muslim men who stutter talk about masculinities and religion
Presently, limited studies have explored how disabled Muslim men construct their masculinities. The present article examines how five young ...Download this report
2021 The effect of school climate: how feelings of safety and belonging support learners' achievement
School should be a place where learners feel safe and where they belong, so they can learn effectively and thrive academically. 'School clim...Download this report
Globally, South Africa, which recently celebrated twenty-five years of democracy, has been lauded for its extensive noncontributory social s...