Chapters by CSSR researchers

Year Author Title Editor(s) Book title
2016 Rebecca Hodes The Culture of Illegal Abortion in South Africa
2016 Robert Mattes, Saiful Munjani, William Liddle, Tianjian Shi, Yun-han Chu Parties, Elections, Voters and Democracy Richard Gunther, Paul Beck, Pedro Magalhaes and Alejandro Moreno Voting in Old and New Democracies
2016 Robert Mattes, David Denemark and Richard Niemi Why So Little Generational Change? David Denemark, Robert Mattes and Richard Niemi Growing Up Democratic: Does It Make A Difference?
2016 Robert Mattes Sub-Saharan Africa: The Positive Impact of Effective Democracy David Denemark, Robert Mattes and Richard Niemi. In Growing Up Democratic: Does It Make A Difference?
2016 Robert Mattes, David Denemark and Richard Niemi Growing Up Democratic David Denemark, Robert Mattes and Richard Niemi Growing Up Democratic: Does It Make A Difference?
2016 Robert Mattes The Surprising Growth in Minority Support for the ‘Rainbow Nation (forthcoming) Rajen Govender, Kate Lefko-Everett and Don Foster Reviewing Reconciliation: Perspectives of South African Citizens Twenty Years Into Democracy
2016 Robert Mattes South African Politics and Society ( forthcoming) Paulette Kurzer. In Comparative Governance: Political Structure and Diversity Across the Globe.
2016 Govender, R., Maharajh, R., Thulare, A. and Veriava, Y. Well Being and well-being research in South Africa. Health, Nature and Quality of Life, Towards a BRICS Wellness Index.
2016 Seekings State capacity and the construction of pro-poor welfare states in the “developing” world Miguel Centeno, Atul Kohli and Deborah Yashar, with Dinsha Mistree States in the Developing World
2016 Nattrass and Seekings Democracy and distribution in highly unequal economies: the case of South Africa Nic Cheeseman African Politics
2016 Seekings and Nattrass Redistribution and Labour Market Transformation: Minimum Wage-Setting, Social Assistance and Poverty Andries du Toit, Ingrid Woolard and Ayanda Nyoka Radical Reconciliation: Critical choices for economic justic
2016 Seekings Afrique du Sud: la pauvreté dans la prospérité? Raphaël Porteilla, Judit Hayem, Marianne Séverin and Pierre-Paul Dika Afrique du Sud: 20 ans de démocratie contrastée (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016)
2016 Nattrass and Seekings Institutions, wage differentiation and the structure of employment in South Africa Anthony Black Towards Employment-Intensive Growth in South Africa (Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press, 2016, forthcoming
2015 Rebecca Hodes HIV on Documentary Television in Post-Apartheid South Africa Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow A Companion to Contemporary Documentary Film
2015 Robert Mattes, William Liddle, Tianjian Shi, Yun-han Chu and Saiful Munjani Voters, Parties, Elections and Democracy Richard Gunther, Paul Allan Beck, Pedro Magalhaes and Alejandro Moreno In Voting in Old and New Democracies
2014 J Seekings The Social Implications of Demographic Change in Post-Apartheid South Africa Rotberg,R The Governance and Innovation in Africa: South Africa After Mandela
2014 Nicoli Nattrass Meeting the Challenge of Unemployement Rotberg,R Governance and Innovation in Africa: South Africa after Mandela
2014 Nicoli Nattrass Macro-economic visions and the labour-market question Thenjiwe Meyiwa, Mux Nkondo, Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu, Moses Sithole: Francis Nya State of the Nation 2014.South Africa 1994-2014: A Twenty-Year Review
2014 Robert Mattes Popular Perceptions of Electoral Integrity in Africa Pippa Norris, Richard Frank and Ferran Martinez In Advancing Electoral Integrity.
2014 Robert Mattes The 2014 Election and South African Democracy Roger Southall and Collette Shulz-Herzenberg Election 2014 South Africa: The Campaigns, Results and Future Prospects
2014 Joel Barkan and Robert Mattes “Why Constituency Development Funds In Africa? Representation Vs. Constituency Service?” (forthcoming 2014) Mark Baskin and Michael Mezey In Distributive Politics In Developing Countries: Almost Pork
2014 Nattrass, N The South African Variety of Capitalism’ Becker, Uwe The BRICs and Emerging Economies in Comparative Perspective
2013 Rebecca Hodes You know what a bad person you are? HIV, abortion and reproductive healthcare for women in South Africa R.A Smith Santa Barbara, Praeger, 2013
2013 Cameron, R.G. and Milne Representative Bureaucracy in South Africa Patrick von Maravic, B Guy Peters, Eckhard Schroter Representative Bureaucracy in Action: Country Profiles from the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia
2013 Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp From Uncle Mustafa to Auntie Rana: Journeys to Mexico,the United States, and Lebanon Alan M. Kraut and David A Gerber Ethinic Historians and the Mainstream: Shaping America's Immigration Story
2013 Figueredo, A. J., S.G.Olderbak, G.L.Schlomer, R.A.Garcia and Pedro Wolf Program Evaluation T.L.Little
2013 G.Oberth and P.Tucker Count Us In:The need for more comprehensive global data on HIV/AIDS prevention,testing and knowledge among LGBT populations R.A Smith Global HIV/AIDS Politics, Policy, and Activism
2013 Pippa Norris and Robert Mattes Does Ethnicity Dertermine Support for the Governing Party? Michael Bratton Voting and Democratic Citizenship in Africa
2013 Jan Schenk and Jeremy Seekings Locating Generation X: Taste and Identity in Transitional South Africa Christine Henseler Generation X Goes Global: Mapping a Youth Culture in Motion
2013 Nicoli Nattrass The South African Variety of Capitalism Uwe Becker The BRICs and Emerging Economics in Comparative Perspective

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