Some Preliminary Ideas About the Meaning of Inkatha Violence for Children Living in Alexandra

Some Preliminary Ideas About the Meaning of Inkatha Violence for Children Living in Alexandra

This paper reflects on a project set up to explore, amongst other aspects, the impact of the ongoing, high levels of political violence on school children living in Alexandra township.

 

Some Preliminary Ideas about the Meaning of Inkatha Violence for Children Living in Alexandra
Kerry Gibson
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Kerry Gibson is a South African-New Zealand clinical psychologist and academic, specialising in youth mental health. She is, at the time of writing, currently the Deputy Head of School (Academic) for the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland.

Nthabiseng Mogale
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Nthabiseng Mogale is a former Manager of the Trauma Clinic at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

Robin Friedlander
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Robin Friedlander is a Psychiatrist.

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