SSU Publications

Year Author Title Publication type
2007 Lucy Cluver, Rachel Bray and Andrew Dawes Monitoring the worst forms of child labour, trafficking and child commercial sexual exploitation Chapter in book
2007 Rachel Bray and Andrew Dawes A rights-based approach to monitoring the well-being of children in South Africa Chapter in book
2007 Rachel Bray and Andrew Dawes Monitoring the well-being of children: historical and conceptual foundations Chapter in book
2002 Jeremy Seekings The Broader Importance of Welfare Reform in South Africa Journal article
2001 Owen Crankshaw, Matthew Welch and Shirley Butcher GIS technology and survey sampling methods: The Khayelitsha/Mitchell's plain 2000 survey Journal article
2001 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings "Two Nations"? Race and Economic Inequality in South Africa Today Journal article
2001 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings Democracy and Distribution in Highly Unequal Economies: The Case of South Africa Journal article
2006 René Brandt, Andrew Dawes and Rachel Bray Women coping with AIDS in Africa: Contributions of a contextually grounded research methodology Journal article
2006 Jeremy Seekings Employment guarantee or minimum income? Workfare and welfare in developing countries Journal article
2007 Rachel Bray and René Brandt Childcare and poverty in South Africa: an ethnographic challenge to conventional interpretations Journal article
2007 Jeremy Seekings The Inconsequentiality of Employment Disincentives: Basic Income in South Africa Journal article
2002 Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass Class, Distribution and Redistribution in Post-Apartheid South Africa Journal article
2003 Rachel Bray Predicting the social consequences of orphanhood in South Africa Journal article
2003 Rachel Bray Who Does the Housework? An Examination of South African Children’s Working Roles Journal article
2003 Margo Russell Understanding Black Households: The Problem Journal article
2003 Margo Russell Are Urban Black Families Nuclear? A Comparative Study of Black and White South African Family Norms Journal article
2004 Jeremy Seekings Trade Unions, Social Policy & Class Compromise in Post-Apartheid South Africa Journal article
2004 Jolene Skordis and Matthew Welch Comparing alternative measures of household income: evidence from the Khayelitsha/Mitchell's plain survey Journal article
2005 Beatrice Conradie Wages and wage elasticities for wine and table grapes in South Africa Journal article
2006 Imke Gooskens Boundaries and Crossing Points: Children, Geography and Identity in the Fish Hoek Valley Journal article
2006 Lauren Kahn Narratives of Sexual Abstinence: A Qualitative Study of Female Adolescents in a Cape Town Community Journal article
2006 Susan Moses The Impact of Neighbourhood-Level Factors on Children’s Everyday Lives, Well-Being and Identity: A Qualitative Study of Children Living in Ocean View, Cape Town Journal article
2006 Jeremy Seekings Beyond heroes and villains: The rediscovery of the ordinary in the study of childhood and adolescence in South Africa Journal article
2006 Jeremy Seekings Partisan realignment in Cape Town, 1994-2004 Journal article
2006 Sarah Shelmerdine Relationships between adolescents and adults: The significance of narrative and context. Journal article
2007 Jeremy Seekings 'Pa's Pension': The Origins of Non-contributory Old-age Pensions in Late Colonial Barbados Journal article
2007 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 Journal article
2003 Jesse Bernstein Car Watch: Clocking Informal Parking Attendants in Cape Town Working paper
2003 Beatrice Conradie Labour, Wages and Minimum Wage Compliance in the Breërivier Valley Six Months after the Introduction of Minimum Wages. Working paper
2003 Rachel Bray Who Does the Housework? An Examination of South African Children's Working Roles Working paper

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