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Die sosiopolitieke sienings van 'n groep Suid Afrikaanse universiteitstudente oor demokrasie in Suid Afrika
(Faculty of Humanities, Univerity of the Free State, 2013)
Democracy in South Africa is under pressure. A growing number of citizens are convinced that the government is underperforming and that democracy is often undermined. The current generation of young adults will soon play ...
Re-imagining democratic citizenship education: towards a culture of compassionate responsibility
(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 2012-12)
Benhabib (2002:134) maintains that, in order for individuals to become democratic citizens they need to be exposed to at least three inter-related elements: collective identity, privileges of membership, and social rights ...
Continuity and change: an evaluation of the democracy-foreign policy nexus in post-apartheid South Africa
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2010-09)
If foreign policy is viewed as an “intermestic” arena where the external meets the internal, then it becomes possible to see how internal domestic factors drive foreign policy making. In this context the democracy-foreign ...
The remaking of local government in the Eastern Cape: economic, demographic and political challenges
(University of the Free State, 2000)
English: This paper focuses on the problems and prospects of urban local government in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. It commences with an overview of the institutional framework of local government in South ...
Multilingualism, Afrikaans and normative political theory
(University of the Free State, 2006)
English: This contribution focuses on the survival of Afrikaans within the framework of a multilingual South Africa. The first section provides a brief historical reconstruction of the power-political shifts that Afrikaans ...