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Abstract In the early 1940s two rivals vied for the kingship of the Zulus. Concerned by the possibility of civil war, the Native Affairs Department intervened. A Board of Enquiry was appointed to hear evidence and determine the legitimate successor in accordance with the Natal Code of Native...
Abstract What are the causal links between collective action and social transformation? This paper advocates a relational analysis of contentious politics which emphasises the changing connections between social actors. There are parallels between social movement cycles and revolutionary...
Abstract Social movements are instances of collective action which vary in degrees of formal organisation, scale of mobilisation and forms of action. Even if focused on a single issue they often embody a philosophical alternative to established society and they are political because they make...
Abstract Police forces help to define the terms of urban conflict by their actions. Police organisations are in turn affected by protest Degrees of repression, predisposition towards negotiation, the extent of police visibility, and national traditions are important variables in styles of...
Abstract Though fairly high levels of protest were maintained in the period 1994–1995, survey responses and other data suggest that its form, character and constituents may be changing. Surveys conducted in 1994 and 1995 demonstrate that among South Africans language and ethnicity have become...
MISSIONS AND CHRISTIANITY IN SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY Henry Bredekamp and Robert Ross (eds) Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University Press, 1995, paperback, 260pp. APARTHEID'S CONTRAS: AN INQUIRY INTO THE ROOTS OF WAR IN ANGOLA AND MOZAMBIQUE William Minter Johannesburg, Witwatersrand University...
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