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  • Apartheid, crime, and interracial violence in Black Boy 

    Makombe, Rodwell (Sage Publicationshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0021934713482464, 2013-03-25)
    This article critically interrogates the interplay of compatibility among crime, violence, and racial discrimination in Wright’s biographical novel Black Boy (BB). It exploits parallels between selected postcolonial and ...
  • Crossing from violence to nonviolence : pedagogy and memory 

    Hemson, Crispin (UKZN, 2012)
    This qualitative case study addresses the use of memories of violence in a workshop with ten young student leaders in Durban. The pedagogy included the use of guidelines and gender-based groups as ways of enabling safety. ...
  • Economic inequality as a source of interpersonal violence : Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa 

    Harris, Geoff; Vermaak, Claire (SAJEMShttp://sajems.org/index.php/sajems/article/view/782/499, 2015)
    This article examines whether the close association of income inequality and violence identified for high income countries applies also to sub-Saharan Africa and, in particular, to South Africa. Cross sectional analysis ...
  • Lost in transition: the lives of African lifeguards 

    Hemson, Crispin (Taylor and Francis Onlinehttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02533952.2015.1066124, 2015-08-20)
    A study of 11 African surf lifeguards in Durban in 1997, as they were entering employment on the beachfront, revealed their aspirations for a confident and respectable masculinity. A study of the remaining 10 in 2012 instead ...
  • Violence at the end of the rainbow 

    Hemson, Crispin (Taylor and Francishttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2013.759764, 2013-02-26)
    South Africa presents contradictory images—that of a miracle of reconcilia- tion, the Rainbow Nation, and that of societal decay, evidenced by the police shooting of thirty-six mineworkers at Marikana in 2012. It is ...