2017 SASA Congress

The South African Sociological Association (SASA) has arranged temporary open access to articles by South African authors in Current Sociology in the lead up to our 2017 SASA Congress.


Sociology and inequalities in post-apartheid South Africa: A critical review, Mokong Simon Mapadimeng Critical engagement in fields of power: Cycles of sociological activism in post-apartheid South Africa, Karl von Holdt Fear of numbers’: Reflections on the South African case, Gerhard Maré Race, attitudes and behaviour in racially-mixed, low-income neighbourhoods in Cape Town, South Africa, Singumbe Muyeba, Jeremy Seekings The social uses of the law at a Soweto garbage dump: Reclaiming the law and the state in the informal economy, Melanie Samson Framing the problem of rape in South Africa: Gender, race, class and state histories, Denise Buiten, Kammila Naidoo

The decline of the Anti-Privatisation Forum in the midst of South Africa’s ‘rebellion of the poor’, Carin Runciman

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