♥ Book Title : Democracy South Africa : Evaluating the 1999 Election
☯ Full Synopsis : "The 1999 election presented the HSRC with a number of opportunities for conducting election studies. These included measuring the shift in public perceptions and support in the run-up to the election, and conducting the first ever exit poll."Article| Yvonne G. Muthien| Statement ..."
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☯ Full Synopsis : "In 2013 and in 2014 respectively, the South African Association of Political Studies (SAAPS) and Politikon (the South African Journal of Political Studies) celebrate their 40th anniversary. Also, in April 2014 South Africa celebrates twenty years since the advent of the post-Apartheid democracy, and the birth of the ‘rainbow nation’. This book provides a timely account of the birth and evolution of South African politics over the past four decades, but also of the study of Political Science and International Relations in this country. Fourteen political scientists contribute chapters to this volume, situating the study of politics within its global context and recounting the development of politics as a field of study at South African universities. The fourteen contributions evaluate the state of the discipline(s) and suggest conclusions that are surprising and in many instances unsettling, not only with regards to what and how politics is taught, but also how its study has variously gained and lost pertinence for South Africans’ understanding of their own polity as well as its place in the world. The implications are uncomfortable, and pose interesting challenges for South African scholarship, pedagogy and national self-reflection. This book was published as a special issue of Politikon."Article| Peter Vale| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : South Africa's Second Democratic Election, 1999
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♥ Book Title : What Holds Us Together
☯ Full Synopsis : "Examines the effects of a range of global forces on local forms of identity, coherence, and cohesion. With contributions from intellectuals from business, organised labour, community organisations, government structures and academics, this book is useful for those interested in the wide-ranging effects of globalisation on South Africa."Article| Phillip Dexter| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Violence in South Africa
☯ Full Synopsis : "Violence in South Africa contains contributions on various issues related to violence in South Africa. The variety of perspectives, explanations and intervention strategies indicates that violence, its causes and prevention are diverse and complex matters. Hence a single perspective or universal explanation cannot properly explain the phenomenon. Factors related to the micro- and macro-levels, as well as the interaction between these levels, should be considered. The contributions consequently do not deal only with violence of a structural, collective or political nature, but also the far more prevalent forms of interpersonal and small group-violence."Article| Elirea Bornman| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : In the Balance
☯ Full Synopsis : "Five leading political commentators record and measure the depth and degree of democracy in their area of specialisation, grading South Africa's performance to date. This book produces a profile of South Africa's democracy seven years after the 1994 founding election. The five areas of inquiry are: * Consensus on and participation in government - Steven Friedman * Selection of decision-makers - Sipho Maseko, * Popular control over decision-makers - Ebrahim Harvey * Protecting citizens' equality - Cathi Albertyn * Economic and social inequality - Bongani Khumalo Includes contributions by Michael Spicer of the Anglo American Corporation and Molefe Tsele of the South African Council of Churches. In the Balance incorporates Idasa's Democracy Index, a tool for assessing the state of South Africa's democracy, to be completed by readers."Article| Paul Graham| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Testing Democracy
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Testing Democracy: Which Way is South Africa Going?" is an assessment by democracy institute Idasa of the state of democracy in South Africa today. It draws on idasa's Democracy Index - a unique barometer of 100 questions that measure progress in socio-economic delivery and the realization of the political rights of citizens. The book also interrogates the relationship between democracy and development and how underdevelopment prevents citizens from participating in democracy. Section One is a collection of experts' writing on key issues such as the single-party state; development policy; poverty inequality and growth; the institutions of governance; the public service; and the role of civil society. The third in Idasa's Democracy Index series, this book argues that democracy needs economic development along with an embedded system of institutions, supported by active citizens and a vibrant political culture. This book is a must read for all those wrestling with the challenges of consolidating democracy in Africa South Africans have been granted a second chance to strengthen the foundations and practice of our democracy. These are lessons learnt from underestimating the challenges of the practice of rights and responsibilities of citizens of a constitutional democracy: Mampheia Rampheie Transformation Specialist. "Testing Democracy: Which Way is South Africa Going?" is at once both a test of democracy and a testament to it. This book can guide openness and enquiry in our society, assist in identifying the deficiencies in our democracy and provide signposts to a sustainble democratic and developmental future. Ebraham Fakin, Manager Governance Institutions and Processes Department Electoral Institute of Southern Africa."Article| Neeta Misra-Dexter| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Coping Strategies of the Unemployed
☯ Full Synopsis : "The South African labour market is characterised by a low growth in the demand for labour in relation to a high population growth rate."Article| Johan Erasmus| Statement ..."