CSSR Working Papers

Year Author Title Number
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
2006 Jeremy Seekings Employment guarantee or minimum income? Workfare and welfare in developing countries 152
2006 Nicoli Nattrass Who consults sangomas in Khayelitsha? An exploratory quantitative analysis 151
2006 Joanne Wreford Talking with the white: Sharing the experiences of white sangoma in contemporary South Africa 150
2006 Nathan Geffen Echoes of Lysenko: State-sponsored pseudo-science in South Africa 149
2006 Xanthe Wessels, Nicoli Nattrass and Ulrike Rivett Improving the Efficiency of Monitoring Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy: A Case Study of the Introduction of Electronic Technologies in Gugulethu, South Africa 148
2006 Nicoli Nattrass Disability and welfare in South Africa’s era of unemployment and AIDS 147
2005 Stephen Porter and Kim Wale The Amy Biehl HIV/AIDS peer educators programme: An impact assessment of the valued benefits and disbenefits for the programme participants 142
2005 Tracy Jooste Examining the link between measures of social capital and democracy 141
2005 Tracy Jooste Measuring social capital in Cape Town: providing a more nuanced perspective of trust and networks 140
2005 Rachel Bray and René Brandt What is childcare really about? An ethnographic analysis of care relationships in a resource-poor community 139
2005 Joanne Wreford Negotiating relationships between biomedicine and sangoma: Fundamental misunderstandings, avoidable mistakes 138
2005 Ariane de Lannoy “There is no other way out”. Educational decision-making in an era of AIDS: How do HIV-positive mothers value education? 137
2005 Sue Moses Does space and place matter? Perspectives from girls growing up in a Cape Town neighbourhood created under Apartheid 136
2005 René Brandt Maternal well-being, childcare and child adjustment in the context of HIV/AIDS: What does the psychological literature say? 135
2005 Joel Barkan Emerging legislature or rubber stamp? The South African national assembly after ten years of democracy 134
2005 Rulof Burger and Ingrid Woolard The State of the Labour Market in South Africa after the First Decade of Democracy 133
2005 Martin Wittenberg Testing for a common latent variable in a linear regression: Or how to “fix” a bad variable by adding multiple proxies for it 132
2005 Paul Cichello Hindrances to Self-employment Activity: Evidence from the 2000 Khayelitsha/Mitchell’s Plain Survey 131
2005 Daryl Collins Financial instruments of the poor: Initial findings from the financial diaries study 130
2005 Stephen Klasen and Ingrid Woolard Surviving unemployment without state support: Unemployment and household formation in South Africa 129
2005 Robert Mattes and Doh Chull Shin The democratic impact of cultural values in Africa and Asia: The cases of South Korea and South Africa 128
2005 Helen Meintjes and Rachel Bray ‘But where are our moral heroes?’: An analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDS 127
2005 Jeremy Seekings The Colour of Desert: Race, Class and Distributive Justice in Post-Apartheid South Africa 126
2005 Jeremy Seekings The Mutability of Distributive Justice Attitudes in South Africa 125
2005 Jeremy Seekings with Tracy Jooste, Mirah Langer and Brendan Maughan-Brown Inequality and Diversity in Cape Town: An Introduction and User's Guide to the 2005 Cape Area Study 124
2005 Jeremy Magruder and Nicoli Nattrass Attrition in the Khayelitsha Panel Study (2000-2004) 123
2005 Sean Archer The basic homework on basic income grants 122

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