CSSR Working Papers

Year Author Title Number
2007 Nathan Geffen Encouraging Deadly Choices: AIDS Pseudo-Science in the Media 182
2007 Justin Murray and Corné van Walbeek Impact Of The Sectoral Determination For Farm Workers On The South African Sugar Industry: Case Study Of The Kwazulu-Natal North And South Coasts 181
2007 Sara Cooper and Don Foster The Aura Of Silence: A Psychosocial Analysis Of Stigma Amongst Students Working In The Field Of HIV And AIDS At The University Of Cape Town 180
2006 Eduardo Bruera The Political Economy of Antiretroviral Drugs 179
2006 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS, Gender and Access to Antiretroviral Treatment in South Africa 178
2006 Beatrice Conradie What do we mean when we say casualisation of farm work is rising? Evidence from fruit farms in the Western Cape 177
2006 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS and the Scientific Governance of Medicine in South Africa 176
2006 Lisa Ann Richey Gendering the Therapeutic Citizen: ARVs and Reproductive Health 175
2006 Celeste Coetzee and Ali Tasiran The Determinants of Perceived Health and Labour Force Participation of People with HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, South Africa 174
2006 Robert Cameron and Alicia Alvarez Metropolitanisation and political change in South Africa 173
2006 Vezumuzi Ndlovu The impact of HAART on the reproductive decision making process of HIV positive people in Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 172
2006 Vezumuzi Ndlovu Gender and reproductive decision making among couples with HIV/AIDS in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 171
2006 Joanne Wreford Facilitating relationships between African traditional healing and western medicine in South Africa in the time of AIDS: A case study from the Western Cape 170
2006 Annabelle Wienand An evaluation of body mapping as a potential HIV/AIDS educational tool 169
2006 Imke Gooskens Boundaries and Crossing Points: Children, geography and identity in the Fish Hoek valley 168
2006 Volker Schöer and Murray Leibbrandt Determinants of job search strategies: Evidence from the Khayelitsha/ Mitchell's Plan Survey 167
2006 René Brandt Does mental health matter for poor, HIV-infected women/mothers in the era of HAART? 166
2006 Brendan Maughan-Brown Quantifying Stigma in the Adult Population of Cape Town 165
2006 Jeremy Seekings “Pa’s pension”: The origins of non-contributory old-age pensions in late colonial Barbados 164
2006 Colin Almeleh Why do people disclose their HIV status? Qualitative evidence from a group of activist women in Khayelitsha 163
2006 Collette Schulz-Herzenberg A Silent Revolution: South African voters during the first years of democracy 1994-2006 162
2006 Trude Holm Naimak Antiretroviral treatment in the Western Cape: A Success Story facilitated by the Global Fund 161
2006 Lia Nijzink, Shaheen Mozaffar and Elisabete Azevedo Can parliaments enhance the quality of democracy on the African continent? An analysis of institutional capacity and public perceptions 160
2006 Jeremy Seekings The Carnegie Commission and the Backlash Against Welfare State-Building in South Africa, 1931-1937 159
2006 Nicoli Nattrass South Africa’s ‘rollout’ of highly active antiretroviral therapy: a critical assessment 158
2006 Elizabeth Mills HIV illness meanings and collaborative healing strategies in South Africa 157
2006 Adam Ashforth and Nicoli Nattrass Ambiguities of ‘culture’ and the antiretroviral rollout in South Africa 156
2006 Nicoli Nattrass The quest for healing in South Africa’s age of AIDS 155
2006 Jeremy Seekings “Not a single white person should be allowed to go under”: Swartgevaar and the origins of South Africa’s welfare state, 1924-1929 154
2006 Annie Devenish Negotiating healing: The politics of professionalisation amongst traditional healers in Kwazulu-Natal 153