The Resurgence of Pupil Power: Explaining Violence in African Schools

The Resurgence of Pupil Power: Explaining Violence in African Schools

This paper seeks to analyse some of the dynamics which shape the character and intensity of violent behaviour in black schools, particularly in the years after February 1990. In order to examine this violence, this paper will attempt to revisit and re-examine the crisis in the township schools of the Pretoria-Witwatersrand-Vaal Triangle. 

 

The Resurgence of Pupil Power_ Explaining Violence in African Schools
Reuben Mogano
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Reuben Mogano is a former Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

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