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Journal article
2013
UNISA

Two pressing demands directed to the South African academy in the post 1994 environment, have been those of gender equity and of increasing research output. The progression of women to the higher academic ranks is a problem, not only in South Africa, but worldwide. In view of the importance attached to research output for purposes of academic promotion, raising the...

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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
World Bank, Washington, DC
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Journal article
2017
Oxford University Press (OUP)

Many resource-rich countries have experienced a range of negative economic and political effects from natural resource extraction, often lumped together as the 'resource curse'. This article investigates to what extent expectations of future natural resource booms in São Tomé e Príncipe and Madagascar led to 'resource curse' effects, even though these countries ...

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Journal article
2017
Taylor & Francis Group

The resource debate is easily discerned as part of the ongoing history of farmer-herdsman conflict in the North Central region of Nigeria. Scarcity theorists are adept at linking scarcity with the onset of livelihood conflict while on the other hand resource abundance pundits insist it is profusion and not scarcity that impels conflict. This article traverses these...

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Journal article
2012
Taylor & Francis

This article reports on research that was done about the way in which institutions of higher education in Namibia respond to the needs of students with disabilities. Five categories emanated from the data, namely prevalence of disability; management of disability-related data by institutions of higher education; modes of identification and disclosure of disability ...

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Book/Monograph
1974
Kalahari Publications
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Journal article
2018
Taylor & Francis Group

The Tunisian revolution against Ben Ali has catalysed the production of an impressive amount of literary works about political detention during the post-independence period in Tunisia. This article investigates how prison literature constructs the memory of these repressive years and provides testimony about the systematic oppression of Tunisian political activists...

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