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Old stories and new chapters: a biographical study of white Afrikaans speaking identity in central South Africa
(University of the Free State, 2013-02)
Since the fall of apartheid and the emergence of a wholly democratic South Africa in 1994, little research has been done on the topic of white identity in this rapidly transforming multicultural society. Indeed, apart from ...
Lived experiences of young black women with physical disabilities in Lesotho
(University of the Free State, 2017-02)
English: This research study aims to improve our understanding of the intersectionality between disability, race/ethnicity, identity, religion, social class and gender and the ways in which these impact on how women with ...
Breast cancer and the medical encounter: experiences, perceptions, negotiations and transformations of identity and feminity
(University of the Free State, 2013-07)
English: It is commonly thought that breast cancer, like many other cancers, is an illness equivalent to a death sentence. Though this may be true in some cases, the majority of women diagnosed with breast cancer do ...
Young and upwardly mobile: voices from historically disadvantaged groups
(University of the Free State, 2015-02)
English: South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994 signalled a fundamental shift in the country’s social environment. The institutionalized racism that once subjugated the Black majority during apartheid gave way ...