Spaces of Violence, Places of Fear: Urban Conflict in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Spaces of Violence, Places of Fear: Urban Conflict in Post-Apartheid South Africa

This paper explores South Africa's culture of violence. It engages with trends and patterns of conflict in the post-apartheid nation to reflect on some of the continuities and changes in violence over the nation's transition from apartheid to democracy.

 

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Bronwyn Harris
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 Bronwyn Harris is a former Project Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

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