Research Outputs

Journal Articles

BÜSCHER B.
Selling success: constructing value in conservation and development. World Development 2014; 57: 79-90.

COUSINS TD.
Knowledge of life: health, strength and labour in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 2014; 37(1-2): 30-41.

DOBROWKSY PH, MANNEL D, DE KWAADSTENIET M, PROZESKY HE, KHAN W, CLOETE TE.
Quality assessment and primary uses of harvested rainwater in Kleinmond, South Africa. Water SA 2014; 40(3): 401-406.

EWERT JW, HANF JH, SCHWEICKERT E.
Adaptation of South African wine cooperatives to challenging business environments. Journal of Rural Cooperation 2014; 42(2): 138-152.

FROSH S, PHOENIX A, PATTMAN RW.
Der konflikthafte Weg zur Mannlichkeit: Die Bedeutung narrativer Konstuktionen von Homophobie und Vaterschaft. Freie Assoziation: Zeitschrift für das Unbewusste in Organisation und Kultur 2014; 17(3): 37-43.

HEINECKEN LPT.
Outsourcing Public Security: the Unforeseen Consequences for the Military Profession. Armed Forces & Society 2014; 40(4): 625-646.

HILL LB, BEKKER SB.
Language, residential space and inequality in Cape Town: broad-brush profiles and trends. African Population Studies 2014; 28(1Supplement on Population Studies): 661-680.

LINKS ALM, HART TBG, JACOBS PT.
The dynamics of local innovations among formal and informal enterprises: Stories from rural South Africa. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 2014; 6(3): 175-184.

MBALI M.
‘A Matter of Conscience’: The Moral Authority of the World Medical Association and the Readmission of the South Africans, 1976–1994. Medical History 2014; 58(2): 257-277.

PEENS M, DUBBELD BM.
Troubled transformation: Whites, welfare, and ‘reverse-racism’ in contemporary Newcastle. Diversities 2013; 15(2): 7-22.

REYNOLDS LJ.
Low-hanging fruit: counting and accounting for children in PEPFAR-funding HIV/AIDS programmes in South Africa. Global Public Health 2014; 9(1-2): 1-20.

ROBINS SL.
Slow activism in fast times: reflections on the politics of media spectacles after apartheid. Journal of Southern African Studies 2014; 40(1): 91-110.

ROBINS SL.
The 2011 toilet wars in South Africa: Justice and transition between the exceptional and the everyday after apartheid. Development and Change 2014; 45(3): 479-501.

SITAS N, PROZESKY HE, ESLER KJ, REYERS B.
Exploring the “Gap between ecosystem service research and management in development planning”. Sustainability 2014; 6: 3802-3824.

SITAS N, PROZESKY HE, ESLER KJ, REYERS B.
Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning: perspectives from a landscape level. Landscape Ecology 2014; 29: 1315-1331.

SMITH M, HEINECKEN LPT.
Factors influencing military recruitment in South Africa: the voices of Cape Town high school learners. African Security Review 2014; 23(2): 102-116.

SPIERENBURG MJ, BROOKS S.
Private game farming and its social consequences in post-apartheid South Africa: contestations over wildlife, property and agrarian futures. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 2014; 32(2): 151-172.

WALKER CJ.
Critical reflections on South Africa’s 1913 Natives Land Act and its legacies: Introduction. Journal of Southern African Studies 2014; 40(4): 655-665.

Proceedings International

BEKKER SB.
Capital cities. Africa Big Change, Big Chance: Triennale di Milano, Italy, Edtrice Compositori Comuniczione, Bologna 2014: 249-252.

WEBSTER E, FAKIER K, METCALFE A.
A quiet revolution in social policy? A case study of a community work program (CWP) in rural South Africa. VI BRICS Academic Forum, Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, IPEA 2014: 297-308

Chapters in Books

COUSINS TD, REYNOLDS LJ.
Blood relations; HIV surveillance and fieldworker intimacy in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. In: Rhine K, Janzen JM, Adams G, Aldersey H (eds). Medical Anthropology in Global Africa, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 2014: 79-88.

EHMKE E, FAKIER K.
Conclusion – building new spaces: Responses to insecurity in the global South. In: Fakier K, Ehmke E (eds). Socio-economic insecurity in emerging economies, Routledge, United Kingdom, 2014: 241-249.

FAKIER K.
The community work program and care in South Africa. In: Fakier K, Ehmke E (eds). Socio-economic insecurity in emerging economies, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon, United Kingdom, 2014: 133-146.

JACOBS PT, HART TBG.
Pro-poor rural development in South Africa? In: Meyiwa T, Nkondo M, Chitiga-Mabugu M, Sithole M, Nyamnjoh F (eds). State of the nation 2014. South Africa 1994-2014: A twenty-year review, HSRC Press, Cape Town, South Africa, 2014: 158-170.

PFIGU T, GABRIEL C, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Patrolling respectability with the neighbourhood watch. In: Van Der Waal CS (ed.). Winelands, Wealth and Work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 176-197.

PFIGU T, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Translations of community policing in different social orders in Stellenbosch, South Africa. In: Behrends A, Park S-J, Rottenburg R (eds). Travelling models in African conflict management: Translating technologies of social ordering, Koninklijke Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, 2014: 205-228.

ROBINS SL, FLEISCH B.
Mediating active citizenship and social mobility in working-class schools: the case of equal education in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. In: Von Lieres B, Piper L (eds). Mediated citizenship. The informal politics of speaking for citizens in the global South, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, 2014: 128-145.

ROBINS SL.
Development and dystopia. In: Van Der Waal CS (ed.). Winelands, Wealth and Work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 219-229.

SPIERENBURG MJ.
We agreed to move, but we did not do so freely. Resettlement from the Limpopo National Park, Mozambique. In: Derman B, Hellum A, Sandvik KB (eds). Worlds of human rights. The ambiguities of rights claiming in Africa, Koninklijke Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, 2013: 101-128.

VAN DER HEIJDEN I.
Women as ‘dorp supporters’. New opportunities for female entrepreneurship. In: Van Der Waal CS (ed.). Winelands, Wealth and Work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 155-175.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Researching the social experience of transformation in the Dwars River Valley. In: Van Der Waal CS (ed.). Winelands, Wealth and Work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 3-26.

WALTERS H, DU PLESSIS M.
Pentecostalism in the Dwars River Valley. In: Van Der Waal CS (ed.). Winelands, Wealth and Work: Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 198-216.

Journal Articles (subsidised)

BÜSCHER B.
Selling success: constructing value in conservation and development. World Development 2014; 57 : 79-90.

COUSINS TD.
Knowledge of life: health, strength and labour in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 2014; 37(1-2) : 30-41.

DOBROWKSY PH, MANNEL D, DE KWAADSTENIET M, PROZESKY HE, KHAN W, CLOETE TE.
Quality assessment and primary uses of harvested rainwater in Kleinmond, South Africa. Water SA 2014; 40(3) : 401-406.

EWERT JW, HANF JH, SCHWEICKERT E.
Adaptation of South African wine cooperatives to challenging business environments. Journal of Rural Cooperation 2014; 42(2) : 138-152.

HEINECKEN LPT.
Outsourcing Public Security: the Unforeseen Consequences for the Military Profession. Armed Forces & Society 2014; 40(4) : 625-646.

HILL LB, BEKKER SB.
Language, residential space and inequality in Cape Town: broad-brush profiles and trends. African Population Studies 2014; 28(1Supplement on Population Studies) : 661-680.

MBALI M.
‘A Matter of Conscience’: The Moral Authority of the World Medical Association and the Readmission of the South Africans, 1976–1994. Medical History 2014; 58(2) : 257-277.

PEENS M, DUBBELD BM.
Troubled transformation: Whites, welfare, and ‘reverse-racism’ in contemporary Newcastle. Diversities 2013; 15(2) : 7-22.

REYNOLDS LJ.
Low-hanging fruit: counting and accounting for children in PEPFAR-funding HIV/AIDS programmes in South Africa. Global Public Health 2014; 9(1-2) : 1-20.

ROBINS SL.
Slow activism in fast times: reflections on the politics of media spectacles after apartheid. Journal of Southern African Studies 2014; 40(1) : 91-110.

ROBINS SL.
The 2011 toilet wars in South Africa: Justice and transition between the exceptional and the everyday after apartheid. Development and Change 2014; 45(3) : 479-501.

SITAS N, PROZESKY HE, ESLER KJ, REYERS B.
Exploring the Gap between Ecosystem Service Research and Management in Development Planning. Sustainability 2014; 6 : 3802-3824.

SITAS N, PROZESKY HE, ESLER KJ, REYERS B.
Opportunities and challenges for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning: perspectives from a landscape level. Landscape Ecology 2014; 29 : 1315-1331.

SMITH M, HEINECKEN LPT.
Factors influencing military recruitment in South Africa: the voices of Cape Town high school learners. African Security Review 2014; 23(2) : 102-116.

SPIERENBURG MJ, BROOKS S.
Private game farming and its social consequences in post-apartheid South Africa: contestations over wildlife, property and agrarian futures. Journal of Contemporary African Studies 2014; 32(2) : 151-172.

WALKER CJ.
Critical reflections on South Africa’s 1913 Natives Land Act and its legacies: Introduction. Journal of Southern African Studies 2014; 40(4) : 655-665.

Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

FROSH S, PHOENIX A, PATTMAN RW.
Der konflikthafte Weg zur Mannlichkeit: Die Bedeutung narrativer Konstuktionen von Homophobie und Vaterschaft. Freie Assoziation : Zeitschrift für das Unbewusste in Organisation und Kultur 2014; 17(3) : 37-43.

LINKS ALM, HART TBG, JACOBS PT.
The dynamics of local innovations among formal and informal enterprises: Stories from rural South Africa. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 2014; 6(3) : 175-184.

Proceedings International

BEKKER SB.
Capital cities. Africa Big Change Big Chance Triennale di Milano, Triennale, Milano, Italy, Edtrice Compositori Comuniczione, Bologna 2014: 249-252.

WEBSTER E, FAKIER K, METCALFE A.
A quiet revolution in social policy? A case study of a community work program (CWP) in rural South Africa. VI BRICS Academic Forum, Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, IPEA 2014: 297-308.

Chapters in Books

COUSINS TD, REYNOLDS LJ.
Blood relations; HIV surveillance and fieldworker intimacy in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. In Medical Anthropology in Global Africa, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 2014: 79-88.

EHMKE E, FAKIER K.
Conclusion – building new spaces: Responses to insecurity in the global South. In Socio-economic insecurity in emerging economies, Routledge, United Kingdom, 2014: 241-249.

FAKIER K.
The community work program and care in South Africa. In Socio-economic insecurity in emerging economies, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon, United Kingdom, 2014: 133-146.

PFIGU T, GABRIEL C, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Patrolling respectability with the neighbourhood watch. In Winelands, wealth and work. Transformation in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 176-197.

PFIGU T, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Translations of community policing in different social orders in Stellenbosch, South Africa. In Travelling models in African conflict management: Translating technologies of social ordering, Koninklijke Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, 2014: 205-228.

ROBINS SL, FLEISCH B.
Mediating active citizenship and social mobility in working-class schools: the case of equal education in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. In Mediated citizenship. The informal politics of speaking for citizens in the global South, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, 2014: 128-145.

ROBINS SL.
Development and dystopia. In Winelands, wealth and work. Transformations in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 219-229.

SPIERENBURG MJ.
We agreed to move, but we did not do so freely. Resettlement from the Limpopo National Park, Mozambique. In Worlds of human rights. The ambiguities of rights claiming in Africa, Koninklijke Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, 2013: 101-128.

VAN DER HEIJDEN I.
Women as ‘dorp supporters’. New opportunities for female entrepreneurship. In Winelands, wealth and work. Transformation in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 155-175.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Researching the social experience of transformation in the Dwars River Valley. In Winelands, wealth and work. Transformation in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 3-26.

WALTERS H, DU PLESSIS M.
Pentecostalism in the Dwars River Valley. In Winelands, wealth and work. Transformation in the Dwars River Valley, Stellenbosch, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2014: 198-216.

Doctoral completed

HUNGWE E.
Land transactions and rural development policy in the Domboshava peri-urban communal area, Zimbabwe. PhD, 2014. 0 pp. Promotor: Bekker SB.

LE ROUX E (LISA).
The role of African Christian churches in dealing with sexual violence against women: The case of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Liberia. DPhil, 2014. 239 pp. Promotor: Heinecken LPT, Claassens LJM.

TSIBANI FG.
Water services education and training needs of councillors in the Local Government Development Agenda (LGDA) . PhD, 2014. 480 pp. Promotor: Groenewald CJ.

Masters completed

SEABE DS.
Understanding volunteerism in South Africa : a mixed methods approach. MA, 2014. 114 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ, Burger R.

VAN ROOI WA.
The Weblight-District : a study of how women use the internet to work independently as sex workers, their investments in this kind of work, and the challenges this poses . MA, 2014. 135 pp. Studieleier: Pattman RW.

WATT KG.
Valuing precarious commodities: an ethnography of trade in three charity shops in Cape Metropolitan Area. MA, 2014. 163 pp. Studieleier: Dubbeld BM.

ZAGGI HY.
Contraceptive knowledge and practices among students in federal polytechnic Kaduna, Nigeria : an exploratory study. MA, 2014. 124 pp. Studieleier: Walker CJ.

Journal Articles

BEGG MR.
Hadith as a means of routinizing charisma. Religion & Theology: A journal of Contemporary Religious Discourse 2012; 19(1-2): 110-121.

BEGG MR.
Towards a historical sociology of almsgiving in “South African Islam”. NGTT: Ned Geref Teologiese Tydskrif 2012; 53(Supplement 2) : 217-230.

BLASER T, VAN DER WESTHUIZEN C.
Introduction: The Paradox of Post-Apartheid ‘Afrikaner’ Identity: Deployments of Ethnicity and Neo-Liberalism. African Studies 2012; 71(3): 380-390.

LASER T.
‘I don’t know what I am’: the end of Afrikaner nationalism in post-apartheid South Africa. Transformation 2012; 48(80): 1-21.

U TOIT D.
Beyond the smile and wave of petrol attendants: a case study on male petrol attendants’ use of emotional labour. South African Review of Sociology (Society in Transition) 2012; 43(3): 129-145.

WERT JW.
A force for good? Markets, cellars and labour in the South African wine industry after apartheid. Review of African Political Economy 2012; 39(132): 225-241.

WERT JW.
Is ’embeddedness’ always good for economic development? The case of the South African wine industry. Revista de Estudios sobre Despoblación y Desarrollo Rural 2012; 10(4422): 107-123.

ERGUSON J.
Toward a left art of government: from ‘Foucauldian critique’ to Foucauldian politics. History of the Human Sciences 2011; 24(4): 61-68.

ART TGB.
How rural land reform policy translates into benefits. Development Southern Africa 2012; 29(4): 563-573.

HEINECKEN LPT, FERREIRA R.
Fighting for peace. South Africa’s role in peace operations in Africa (Part I). African Security Review 2012; 21(2): 20-35.

HEINECKEN LPT, FERREIRA R.
Fighting for peace. The experiences of South African military personnel in peace operations in Africa (Part II). African Security Review 2012; 21(2): 36-49.

HEINECKEN LPT, FERREIRA R.
Fighting for peace. The psychological effect of peace operations on South African peacekeepers (Part III). African Security Review 2012; 21(2): 50-60.

HOUGH JA, PROZESKY HE.
Beneficiaries’ aspirations to permanent employment within the South African Working for Water Programme. Social Dynamics:-A Journal of the Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town 2012; 38(2): 331-349.

HUGO NM.
Decency and exclusion: a symbolic interpretation of post-displacement discriminatory discourse in De Doorns, South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 2012; 35(1&2): 12-19.

MBALI M, MTHEMBU S.
The politics of women’s health in South Africa. Agenda (Durban) 2012;
26(2): 4-14.

PATTMAN RW.
Investigating student memories of cross racial mixing in a postgraduate sociology class in a South African university. Journal of Education 2012; 54: 7-25.

PEENS M.
Racial remains in a company town? Iscor houses and the appearance of race in contemporary newcastle. South African Review of Sociology (Society in Transition) 2012; 43(1): 23-40.

PROZESKY HE, BOSHOFF N.
Bibliometrics as a tool for measuring gender-specific research performance: An example from South African invasion ecology. Scientometrics 2012; 90: 383-406.

SPIERENBURG MJ.
Getting the message across. Biodiversity Science and Policy Interfaces – review. GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 2012; 21(2): 125-134.

SWARTZ L, VAN DER MERWE A, BUCKLAND A, MCDOUGALL K.
Producing boundarybreaking texts on disability issues: The personal politics of collaboration. Disability and Rehabilitation 2012; 34(11): 951-958.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Creolisation and purity: Afrikaans language politics in post-apartheid times. African Studies 2012; 71(3): 446-463.

VINK N, DELOIRE A, BONNARDOT V, EWERT JW.
Climate change and the future of South Africa’s wine industry, in AAWE Working Paper No. 105. American Association of Wine Economists 2012; 105: 1-18.

VINK N, DELOIRE AJ, BONNARDOT VMF, EWERT JW.
Climate change and the future of South Africa’s wine industry. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 2012; 4(4): 420-441.

WALKER CJ.
Finite Land: Challenges Institutionalising Land Restitution in South Africa, 1995 – 2000. Journal of Southern African Studies 2012; 38(4): 809-826.

Chapters in Books

BEKKER SB, EIGELAAR-MEETS I, EVA G.
Citizenship and xenophobic violence in South Africa: May and June 2008. In: Uys T, Patel S (eds). Exclusion, Social Capital and Citizenship, Orient BlackSwan, New Dehli, India, 2012: 348-374.

BEKKER SB, THERBORN G.
Conclusion. In: Bekker S, Therborn G, (eds). Power and powerlessness. Capital cities in Africa, HSRC, Cape Town, South Africa, 2012: 193-210.

BEKKER SB, THERBORN G.
Introduction. In: Bekker S, Therborn G, (eds). Power and Powerlessness. Capital cities in Africa, HSRC, Cape Town, South Africa, 2012: 1-6.

EWERT JW.
Poverty and inequality: Stocktaking of the social landscape of Stellenbosch. In: Swilling M, Sebitosi B, Loots R (eds.) Sustainable Stellenbosch: Opening Dialogues, SunMedia, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2012: 255-268.

HEINECKEN LPT.
HIV/AIDS and the South African National Defence Force: Anecdotal evidence from outside and within. In: Aginam O, Rupiya MR (eds). HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa, United Nations University Press, Tokyo, Japan, 2012: 17-35.

PATTMAN RW. Street children. In: Lesko N, Talburt S (eds). Keywords in Youth Studies: Tracing affects, movements, knowledges, Routledge, New York, USA, 2012: 262-268.

SWARTZ L, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Well-being. Changing human behaviour. In: Swilling M, Sebitosi B, Loots R (eds.) Sustainable Stellenbosch: Opening Dialogues, SUN PRESS, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2012: 300-309.

Journal Articles (subsidised)

BHANA D, PATTMAN RW.
Girls want money, boys want virgins: the materiality of love amongst South African youth in the context of HIV and AIDS. Culture, Health and Sexuality 2011; 13(8) : 961-972.

BROOKS S, SPIERENBURG MJ, VAN BRAKEL L, KOLK A, LUKHOZI KB.
Creating a commodified wilderness: Tourism, private game farming, and ‘third nature’ landscapes in Kwazulu-Natal. Tijdschrift voor conomische en Sociale Geografie/Journal of Economic and Social Geography 2011; 102(3) : 260-274.

CORNWALL A, ROBINS SL, VON LIERES B.
IDS Working Paper 363. Working States of Citizenship: Contexts and Cultures of Public Engagements and Citizrn Action. IDS Bulletin 2011; 2011(363) : 1-33.

DUBBELD BM.
Clearing the Ground for Social Theory in South Africa. Theoria : A Journal of Social and Political Theory 2011; 58(126) : 97-108.

HART TGB.
The significance of the African vegetables in ensuring food security for South Africa’s rural poor. Agriculture and Human Values 2011; 28 : 321-333.

HUMAN O, ROBINS SL.
FIFA 2010 and the elusive spirit of communitas: a return to Victor Turner (with some differences). Anthropology Southern Africa 2011; 34(1&2) : 38-50.

SPIERENBURG M.
The politics of the liminal and the liminoid in transfrontier conservation in southern Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 2011; 34(1&2) : 82-89.

SPIERENBURG MJ.
Land Reform in Southern Africa: Myths, visions and the harsh realities of development and justice. Development and Change 2011; 42(6) : 1473-1481.

VAN DER WAAL C S.
A return to Turner: liminalities in Afrikaner identity politics after apartheid. Anthropology Southern Africa 2011; 34(1&2) : 62-72.

VAN DER WAAL CS, ROBINS SL.
‘De la Rey’ and the Revival of ‘Boer Heritage’: Nostalgia in the post-apartheid Afrikaner Culture Industry. Journal of Southern African Studies 2011; 37(4) : 763-779.

VENTER RE, OPPERMAN E, OPPERMAN S.
The use of Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices to assess movement demands and impacts in Under-19 Rugby Union match play. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2011; 17(1) : 1-8.

WELS H, VAN DER WAAL CS, SPIEGEL A, KAMSTEEG F.
Victor Turner and liminality: an introduction . Anthropology Southern Africa 2011; 34(1&2) : 1-4.

Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

HEINECKEN LPT, MOTZOURIS M.
The effect of private security on national armed forces’ capacity and capabillities. Monograph 176 2011; 176 : 77-95.

LEIBOWITZ B, CILLIERS F, DU PLESSIS J, KAFAAR Z, VILJOEN S, YOUNG G.
Orientations to academic development: Lessons from a collaborative study at a researchled university. International Journal for Academic Development 2011; 16(1) : 19-32.

Proceedings International

BARRIENTOS S, KRITZINGER AS.
Shifting terrain of ethical trade: Corporate and Civil Society engagement in South African Agriculture. Corporate social responsibility. Comparative critiques. (Hallsworth International conference on Corporate Social Responsibility 2007), Dept Social Anthropology, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom, Palgrave Macmillan 2010: 219-241.

D’AMANT A, DULLAY S, HEMSON C, PATTMAN RW.
Researching ourselves and exploring gender and race, belongings and dislocations, pleasures and opressions, power and resistences. First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences (ERPBSS), Middlesex University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Middlesex University, Dubai 2011: 43-68.

WALKER CJ.
Women’s land rights, agrarian change and gender transformation in postapartheid South Africa. Du grain á moudre. Genre, developpement rural et alimentation (Gender, rural development and food), Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland 2011: 247-267.

Books

RAMUTSINDELA M, SPIERENBURG MJ, WELS H.
Sponsoring nature. Eartscan, 711 Third Avenue, New York NY 10017, USA 2011:207 pp.

Chapters in Books

HEINECKEN LP, VAN DER WAAG-COWLING NM.
The Politics of Race and Gender in the South African Armed Forces: Issues, Challenges, Lessons. In Defending Democracy and Securing Diversity Edited by Christian Leuprecht, Routledge, USA, 2010: unknown.

PATTMAN RW, KEZAABU A, SLIEP Y.
Acting on AIDS. In Real men, sick wives and others; dramatic explorations of men and their potential as caregivers in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural KwaZulu Natal, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press, Durban, South Africa, 2011: 79-90.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Bantu: From Abantu to Ubuntu. In Reshaping Remembrance, Rozenberg Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2011: 33-42.

Research Reports

HEINECKEN LPT, VORSTER JH, DU PLESSIS JMJ.
Socio-economic and social capital assessment of Avian Park residents, Worcester. 2011: 31 pp.

WALKER CJ.
Elusive equality: Women, property rights and land reform in South Africa. 2011: 22 pp.

WALKER CJ.
Women’s land rights in Africa. Synthesis report of a ten-country study. 2011: 44 pp.

Doctoral completed

BEGG MR.
A Weberian Analysis of Afrikaner Calvinist and the Spirit of Capitalism. PhD, 2011. 212 pp. Promotor: Walker CJ, Muller HP.

MASIPA MD.
A Framework for the evaluation of research I South African Higher
Education Instititions. Conceptual and methodological issues. PhD, 2011. 341 pp. Promotor: Mouton J.

Masters completed

CROUS M.
A woman’s sell-by date: The experience of ageing amongst a group of women in Stellenbosch. MA, 2011. 150 pp. Studieleier: Kritzinger AS.

DU TOIT J.
The role of memory in urban land restitution: case studies of five families in Stellenbosch. MA, 2011. 146 pp. Studieleier: Walker CJ.

GRUNDLINGH SM.
Playing with a purpose: an ethnographic study of a sport-fordevelopment programme in Mbkweni. MA, 2011. 154 pp. Studieleier: McDougall K.

KHAN R.
The Mediation of Agency, Activism and Religiosity of Muslim women as “Postitive Muslims”. MPhil, 2011. 99 pp. Studieleier: Robins SL.

MOLEKO M.
Influence and orginality in Michael Quinn Patton’s Utilization-Focused Evaluation. MPhil, 2011. 204 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

OLIVIER DW.
The sustainability and employment creation potential of bivalve mariculture: A case study of mussel and oyster. MA, 2011. 129 pp. Studieleier: Heinecken LPT.

PEENS M.
Moral order as necessity and as impossibility: Commonsense, race and the difficulty of change among four “poor white” families in Newcastle. MA, 2011. 122 pp Studieleier: Dubbeld BM.

SAMPSON L.
Student attrition in higher education: A study of the challenges and achievements of a group of historically disadvantage senior students studying at the University of the Western Cape. MPhil, 2011. 107 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ.

TOLKEN J.
A Self -fulfilling prophecy: Investigating the role of normative misperceptions in the student drinking culture at Stellenbosch University. MA, 2011. 232 pp. Studieleier: Vorster JH.

VINK EM.
Rethinking conventional agriculture: the politics and practices of “environmentally-friendly” production in the South African wine industry. MA, 2011. 179 pp. Studieleier: Ewert JW.

WEIMERS-MAASDORP D.
Evaluating the outcome of voluntary counselling and testing for HIV at the workplace- a Namibian Case study. MPhil, 2011. 137 pp. Studieleier: Walker CJ, Vorster JH.

Proceedings International

BARRIENTOS S, KRITZINGER AS.
Shifting terrain of ethical trade: Corporate and Civil Society engagement in South African Agriculture. Corporate social responsibility. Comparative critiques (Hallsworth International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility 2007), Basingstoke, United Kingdom, Palgrave Macmillan 2010: 219-241.

BEKKER SB.
How important are religious identities to South Africans today?. Convictions philosohiques et religieuses et droits positifs( Textes présentés au colloque international de Moncton – 24 – 27 Août 2008), Bruxelles, Belgium, Etablissements Emile Bruylant 2010: 113-132.

SPIERENBURG M.
Public-private partnerships in rural development. Downplaying the role of politics and power relations. Governance and development in Southern Africa, Amsterdam, Rozenburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2010: 3-22.

Chapters in Books

BEKKER SB.
Explaining violence against foreigners and strangers in urban South Africa: Outbursts during May and June 2008. In African yearbook of international law, Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, Netherlands, 2010: 125-149.

BEKKER SB.
Urban identities in South African : changes over the past 25 years. In Alterite et ientite itineraires croises, Etablissements Emile Bruylant, Bruxelles, Belgium, 2010: 261-276.

HEINECKEN L.P., VAN DER WAAG-COWLING N.M.
The Politics of Race and Gender in the South African Armed Forces: Issues, Challenges, Lessons. In Defending Democracy and Securing Diversity, Routledge, USA, 2010: 517-538.

HEINECKEN LPT, PROZESKY HE.
An Overview of Society in Focus. In Society in Focus – Change, Challenge and Resistance, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upontyne, United Kingdom, 2010: 1-10.

HEINECKEN LPT, WINSLOW DJ.
The Human Terrain: The need for Cultural Intelligence. In South Africa and Contemporary Counterinsurgency: Roots, Practices, Prospects, UCT Press, Cape Town, South Africa, 2010: 197-208.

ROBINS SL, VAN DER WAAL CS.
“Model Tribes” and Iconic Conservationists? Tracking the Makulele Restitution Case in Kruger National Park. In Land, Memory, Reconstruction, and Justice. Perspectives on Land Claims in South Africa, Ohio University Press, Athens, USA, 2010: 163-180.

ROBINS SL.
How deep is ‘deep democracy’? Grassroots globalization from Mumbai to Cape Town. In Mobilization for Democracy, Zed Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 2010: 143-156.

ROBINS SL.
Mobilizaing and mediating global medicine and health citizenship: the polotics of AIDS knowledge production in rural South Africa. In Globalizing citizens. new dynamics of inclusion and exclusion, Zed Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 2010: 56- 78.

WALKER CJ, BOHLIN A, HALL R, KEPE T.
Introduction. In Land, Memory , Reconstruction, and Justice. Perspectives on Land claims in South Afica, Ohio University Press, Athens, USA, 2010: 1-13.

WALKER CJ.
Land claims, Land conservation and the Public interest in Protected areas. In Development dilemmas in Post-apartheid South Africa, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa, 2010: 275-298.

WALKER CJ.
Restitution in default. Land Claims and the Redevelopment of Cato Manor, Durban. In Land, Memory, Reconstruction, and Justice. Perspectives on Land Claims in South Africa, Ohio University Press, Ohio, Athens, USA, 2010: 255-272

Masters completed

BARNARD J.
Racial discourse among white Afrikaans-speaking youth : a Stellenbosch case study. MA, 2010. 94 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

CARLMAN A.
Development 2.0? : the case of Kiva.org and online social lending for development. MPhil, 2010. 132 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ.

COETZEE L.
Global Tools enhance local exchange through community currency in an Alternative gift economy. MPhil, 2010. 163 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

DE VILLIERS A.
Vooruitsigte, ervarings en probleme met opleiding onder werkers in die Oos Vrystaat : ‘n studie oor opleiding in die VKB. MPhil, 2010. 88 pp. Studieleier: Dubbeld BM.

DE WAAL J.
Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder : mediating interventions through pregnant women’s responses and choices. MPhil, 2010. 150 pp. Studieleier: Vorster JH. HART C. An analysis of the effectiveness of a faith based model for orphan care in the Western Cape . MPhil, 2010. 150 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

HOUGH A.
Beneficiary Dependence on the South African Working for Water Programme: a multi-case study of four projects in the Western Cape. MA, 2010. 151 pp. Studieleier: Prozesky HE.

HUMAN H.
Life Kills: surviving the battles of everyday life in an age of HIV/AIDS . MPhil, 2010. 130 pp. Studieleier: Robins SL.

JAMES M.
The validity endeavour . MPhil, 2010. 136 pp. Studieleier: Prozesky HE. KYEYUNE A. “The interpretation and use of mixed methods research within programme evaluation practice ” . MPhil, 2010. 150 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

LESLIE M.
Exploring the developmental outcomes of service-learning in Higher Education for partner organisations : an exploratory study of two modules at Stellenbosch University . MPhil, 2010. 129 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ.

LOUW F.
Of nature and People: Community-Based Natural Resource Management and Land Restitution at Makuleke. MA, 2010. 133 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

MARAIS A.
Assessing corporate social responsibility in terms of its impact on sustainable community development : Anglo American PLC programmes as case study. MPhil, 2010. 116 pp. Studieleier: Bekker SB.

MOLOKEDI P.
Methodological challenges in the measurement of police cynicism : a critique of the Niederhoffer’s police cynicism scale as applied in the South African. MPhil, 2010. 164 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

MOUTON C.
The history of program evaluation in South Africa. MPhil, 2010. 218 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

SCHIER C.
Qualitative Internet research : its objects, methods and ethical challenges. MPhil, 2010. 125 pp. Studieleier: Mouton J.

VAN ZYL I.
Community Ltd. and the spirit of ethno-enterprise : exploring cultural branding and incorporation among the Makuleke. MA, 2010. 104 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY HE, HAM C.
The Role of Indigenous Fruit Trees in Rural Livelihoods: the Case of Communities in the Mwekera Area, Copperbelt Province, Zambia. Acta Horticulturae ISHS 2009; 806 : 129-140.

KALABA FK, CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY HE.
The contribution of indigenous fruit trees in sustaining rural livelihoods and conservation of natural resources. Journal of Horticulture and Forestry 2009; 1(1) : 1-6.

WALKER CJ.
Interview with LS Cremin, South Africa. . Journal of Peasant studies 2009; 36(2) : 453-458.

Proceedings International

KALABA FK, CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY H, HAM C.
The role of indigenous fruit trees in rural livelihoods: The case of communities in the Mwekera area, Copperbelt Province, Zambia. ISHS Acta Horticultutae 806: International Symposium on Underutilized Plants for Food Security, Nutrition, Income and Sustainable Development, Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania, Acta Horticulturae 806 (ISHS) 2009: 129-136.

Books

ROBINS SL.
From Revolution to Rights in South Africa: Social Movements, NGOs & Popular Politics after Apartheid. University of Kwazulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa 2008:192 pp.

Chapters in Books

COLVIN CJ, ROBINS SL.
Positive Men in Hard, Neoliberal Times: Engendering Health Citizenship in South Africa . In Gender and HIV/AIDS: Critical Perspectives from the Developing World , Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, United Kingdom, 2009: 177-190.

COLVIN CJ, ROBINS SL.
Social Movements and HIV/Aids in South Africa. In HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 years on: Psychosocial perspectives, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, USA, 2009: 155-164.

HEINECKEN LPT.
Beyond Economics: The impact of outsourcing on the military profession. In South African Army Vision 2020: The South African Army relevant and ready for future security challenges in Africa , Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria, South Africa, 2008: 209-224.

ROBINS SL, VON LIERES B.
Remaking Citizenship, Unmaking Marginalization: The Treatment Action Campaign in Post-Apartheid South Africa. In Fragile Freedom: South African democracy 1994 – 2004, Unisa Press, Pretoria, South Africa, 2008: 236-10.

SPIERENBURG M, WELS H, VAN DER WAAL CS, ROBINS SL.
Transfrontier Tourism and Relations Between Local Communities and the Private Sector in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. In Tourism Strategies and Local Responses in Southern Africa, Wallingford: CABI, Oxon, United Kingdom, 2009: 167-182.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Getting Going: Organizing Ethnographic Fieldwork . In Organizational Ethonography: Studying the Complexities of Everyday Life, Sage, Los Angeles, USA, 2009: 23-39.

Research Reports

ROBINS SL.
Mobilising and Mediating Global Medicine and Health Citizenship: The Politics pf AIDS Knowledge Production in Rural South Africa. 2009: 32 pp.

VORSTER JH, HEINECKEN LPT.
Socio-economic profile of Middelpos, Saldanha, Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology, US. 2009. 2009: 22 pp.

Doctoral completed

FOURIE HS.
Philosophy of the technical process: a transcendental empirical study. DPhil, 2009. 224 pp. Promotor: Strauss DFS, Mouton J.

JOYNER K, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Primary health care for intimate partner violence in the Western Cape: Nature of Care and implementation of protocol for holistic management. DPhil, 2009. 443 pp. Promotor: Mash R.

Masters completed

BIEWENGA C.
The Feasibility and Community perceptions of the Caprivi Development Project. MPhil, 2009. 106 pp. Studieleier: Heinecken LPT.

DU PLESSIS M.
Youth and charismatic Christianity in the Dwars Rivier Valley, Stellenbosch. MPhil, 2009. 98 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

DU TOIT N.
Informal settlement fires: addressing the issue in Kayamandi . MPhil, 2009. 121 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ.

DUBE NP.
Evaluating Community Participation in Development Projects. MPhil, 2009. 128 pp. Studieleier: Groenewald CJ.

JACOBS C.
The Role of Social Capital in the Creation of Sustainable Livelihoods: A case Study of the Siyazama Community Allotment Gardening Association (SCAGA). MPhil, 2009. 146 pp. Studieleier: Groenewald CJ.

KOCK E.
De-institutionalisation of people with mental illness and intellectual Disability: The Family Perspective. MPhil, 2009. 139 pp. Studieleier: Carolissen RL.

MHLAHLO AP.
What is manhood? The significance of traditional circumcision in the Xhosa initiation ritual. MPhil, 2009. 177 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

TAYLOR E.
Die uitgebreide rol van onderwysers in die aanspreek van die behoeftes van kinders wat weerloos gelaat is in die konteks van MIV/VIGS . MPhil, 2009. 96 pp. Studieleier: Prozesky HE.

TREDOUX MJ.
Views expressed by stakeholders in the housing delivery process on informal settlements and their formalization: A Cape Town case Study. MA, 2009. 83 pp. Studieleier: Bekker SB.

VAN DER HEIJDEN I.
Women of Steel: Articulations of empowerment and livelihood practices in the Dwars River Valley, Western Cape. MA, 2009. 171 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

VISSER C.
In search of slternative policing: Kylemore Neighbourhood Watch, the protector of their beloved community. MPhil, 2009. 98 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY HE, HAM C.
The Role of Indigenous Fruit Trees in Rural Livelihoods: the Case of Communities in the Mwekera Area, Copperbelt Province, Zambia.
Acta Horticulturae ISHS 2009; 806 : 129-140.

KALABA FK, CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY HE.
The contribution of indigenous fruit trees in sustaining rural livelihoods and conservation of natural resources.
Journal of Horticulture and Forestry 2009; 1(1) : 1-6.

WALKER CJ.
Interview with LS Cremin, South Africa.
Journal of Peasant studies 2009; 36(2) : 453-458.

Proceedings International

KALABA FK, CHIRWA PW, PROZESKY H, HAM C.
The role of indigenous fruit trees in rural livelihoods: The case of communities in the Mwekera area, Copperbelt Province, Zambia. ISHS Acta Horticultutae 806: International Symposium on Underutilized Plants for Food Security, Nutrition, Income and Sustainable Development, Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge, Arusha, Tanzania, Acta Horticulturae 806 (ISHS) 2009: 129-136.

Books

ROBINS SL.
From Revolution to Rights in South Africa: Social Movements, NGOs & Popular Politics after Apartheid. University of Kwazulu-Natal Press, Scottsville, South Africa 2008:192 pp.

Chapters in Books

COLVIN CJ, ROBINS SL.
Positive Men in Hard, Neoliberal Times: Engendering Health Citizenship in South Africa . In Gender and HIV/AIDS: Critical Perspectives from the Developing World , Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, United Kingdom, 2009: 177-190.

COLVIN CJ, ROBINS SL.
Social Movements and HIV/Aids in South Africa . In HIV/AIDS
in South Africa 25 years on: Psychosocial perspectives, Springer Science+Business Media, New York, USA, 2009: 155-164.

HEINECKEN LPT.
Beyond Economics: The impact of outsourcing on the military profession. In South African Army Vision 2020: The South African Army relevant and ready for future security challenges in Africa , Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria, South Africa, 2008: 209-224.

ROBINS SL, VON LIERES B.
Remaking Citizenship, Unmaking Marginalization: The Treatment Action Campaign in Post-Apartheid South Africa. In Fragile Freedom: South African democracy 1994 – 2004, Unisa Press, Pretoria, South Africa, 2008: 236-10.

SPIERENBURG M, WELS H, VAN DER WAAL CS, ROBINS SL.
Transfrontier Tourism and Relations Between Local Communities and the Private Sector in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. In Tourism Strategies and Local Responses in Southern Africa, Wallingford: CABI, Oxon, United Kingdom, 2009: 167-182.

VAN DER WAAL CS.
Getting Going: Organizing Ethnographic Fieldwork . In Organizational Ethonography: Studying the Complexities of Everyday Life, Sage, Los Angeles, USA, 2009: 23-39.

Research Reports

ROBINS SL.
Mobilising and Mediating Global Medicine and Health Citizenship: The Politics pf AIDS Knowledge Production in Rural South Africa. 2009: 32 pp.

VORSTER JH, HEINECKEN LPT.
Socio-economic profile of Middelpos, Saldanha, Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology, US. 2009. 2009: 22 pp.

Doctoral completed

FOURIE HS.
Philosophy of the technical process: a transcendental empirical study. DPhil, 2009. 224 pp. Promotor: Strauss DFS, Mouton J.

JOYNER K, VAN DER WAAL CS.
Primary health care for intimate partner violence in the Western Cape: Nature of Care and implementation of protocol for holistic management. DPhil, 2009. 443 pp. Promotor: Mash R.

Masters completed

BIEWENGA C.
The Feasibility and Community perceptions of the Caprivi Development Project. MPhil, 2009. 106 pp. Studieleier: Heinecken LPT.

DU PLESSIS M.
Youth and charismatic Christianity in the Dwars Rivier Valley,
Stellenbosch. MPhil, 2009. 98 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

DU TOIT N.
Informal settlement fires: addressing the issue in Kayamandi . MPhil, 2009. 121 pp. Studieleier: Du Plessis JMJ.

DUBE NP.
Evaluating Community Participation in Development Projects. MPhil, 2009. 128 pp. Studieleier: Groenewald CJ.

JACOBS C.
The Role of Social Capital in the Creation of Sustainable Livelihoods: A case Study of the Siyazama Community Allotment Gardening Association (SCAGA). MPhil, 2009. 146 pp. Studieleier: Groenewald CJ.

KOCK E.
De-institutionalisation of people with mental illness and intellectual Disability: The Family Perspective. MPhil, 2009. 139 pp. Studieleier: Carolissen RL.

MHLAHLO AP.
What is manhood? The significance of traditional circumcision in the Xhosa initiation ritual. MPhil, 2009. 177 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

TAYLOR E.
Die uitgebreide rol van onderwysers in die aanspreek van die behoeftes van kinders wat weerloos gelaat is in die konteks van MIV/VIGS. MPhil, 2009. 96 pp. Studieleier: Prozesky HE.

TREDOUX MJ.
Views expressed by stakeholders in the housing delivery process on informal settlements and their formalization: A Cape Town case Study. MA, 2009. 83 pp. Studieleier: Bekker SB.

VAN DER HEIJDEN I.
Women of Steel: Articulations of empowerment and livelihood practices in the Dwars River Valley, Western Cape. MA, 2009. 171 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.

VISSER C.
In search of slternative policing: Kylemore Neighbourhood Watch, the protector of their beloved community. MPhil, 2009. 98 pp. Studieleier: Van der Waal CS.