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...Catherine du Toit (Stellenbosch University), Frans Viljoen (University of Pretoria) Xnau-Xnau⁀GE@MP: Marietjie Pauw (Stellenbosch University), Garth Erasmus (Stellenbosch University) Mobility solutions as a South African urban integrator: the Adam Tas...
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...Throughout the research fellowship the open data initiatives within the Western Cape, and urban renewal projects such as the Adam Tas Corridor will be some of use cases considered.  ...
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The domestication of many animal species was a key element in the development of human societies. An early step presumably involved the acquisition of docility, a prerequisite for animal handling,...
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Different causes and expressions of xenophobia are analysed by comparing three countries: South Africa, Germany and Canada. On a spectrum of rejection of migrants, South Africa is situated at one...
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Like all complex animals, humans have faces. Indeed, the human face is unconsciously used as the standard to which all other animal faces are compared, in terms of “oddness” or...
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...a favourable position to survive the catastrophe. “We live in a world of animals and plants that predate us by hundreds of millions of years – we have a duty...
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Adam, Heribert. 2015. Xenophobia, Asylum Seekers, and Immigration Policies in Germany. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 21 (4): 446–64. doi:10.1080/13537113.2015.1095528.
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...revolution in economics, upsetting longstanding presumptions with profound implications for economic policy. He traced the development of information economics from previously accepted models like Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand theory which...
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...the idea of a “pure” Afrikaans during the apartheid era.3 There is not yet a substantial body of literature in Kaaps, in spite of the pioneering work of Adam Small,...
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Imagined Liberation: Xenophobia, Citizenship and Identity in South Africa, Germany and Canada Heribert Adam and Kogila Moodley SUN PRESS (2014, 246 pp) ISBN: 978-1-920338-98-5 https://doi.org/10.18820/9781920689759 For a preview and more...
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Kunin, William E., John Harte, Fangliang He, Cang Hui, R. Todd Jobe, Annette Ostling, Chiara Polce, Arnošt Šizling, Adam B. smith, Krister Smith, Simon M. Smart, David Storch, Even Tjørve,...