Journal articles

Peer reviewed

Aliber, M. 2003. Chronic poverty in South Africa: Incidence, causes and policies. World Development, 31(3): 473490.

Badroodien, A. 2002. Private higher education: A highly contested good? Perspectives in Education, 20(4): 137141.

Bhana, A., Parry, C.D.H., Myers, B., Plüddemann, A., Morojele, N.K. & Flisher, A.J. 2002. The South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use (SACENDU) Project. Phases 1 to 8 Cannabis and Mandrax. South African Medical Journal, 92(7): 542547.

Blankley, W. 2003. Launch of the European Unions Sixth Framework Programme for Research: Opportunities for South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 99(Jan/Feb.): 36.

Bouare, O., Tlabela, K., Struwig, J. & Langa, Z. 2003. The impact of economic globalisation on the South African auto industry. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 6(1): 178196.

Branch, G.M., May, J., Roberts, B., Russell, E. & Clark, B.M. 2002. Case studies on the socio-economic characteristics and lifestyles of subsistence and informal fishers in South Africa. South African Journal of Marine Science, 24: 439462.

Chidester, D. 2002. Credo Mutwa, Zulu Shaman: The invention and appropriation of indigenous authenticity in African folk religion. Journal for the Study of Religion, 15(2): 6585.

Chidester, D. 2002. Religion, globalisation, and human rights. HRC Quarterly Review, special edition, April: 7786.

Cooper, P.J., Landman, M., Tomlinson, M., Molteno, C., Swartz, L. & Murray, L. 2002. The impact of a mother-infant intervention in an indigent peri-urban South African context: A pilot study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 180(1): 7681.

Cosser, M. 2002. Quality through regulation? Towards quality provision in the South African private higher education sector. Perspectives in Education, 20(4): 111121.

Dawes, A. & Finchilescu, G. 2002. Whats changed? South African adolescents racial attitudes between 1992 and 1996. Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 9(2): 147165.

Desmond, C., Gow, J., Loening-Voysey, H., Wilson, T. & Stirling, B. 2002. Approaches to caring, essential elements for a quality service and cost-effectiveness in South Africa. Evaluation and Program Planning, 25(4): 447458.

Dhunpath, R. 2002. An archaeological glimpse at NGO identity in South Africa. Journal of Education, 28: 83103.

Drennan, G. & Swartz, L. 2002. The paradoxical use of interpreting in psychiatry. Social Science & Medicine, 54: 18531866.

Drimie, S. 2003. Policy and local politics in KwaZulu-Natal: Land reform at Impendle. Politeia, Special edition, January/February.

Erasmus, J.C., Wolhuter, C.C., Steyn, S.C., Mentz, P.J. & Van der Walt, J.L. 2002. Onderwys-/opleidingsvoorsiening en ekonomiese aanvraag. KOERS, 67(3): 329350.

Fataar, A. & Paterson, A. 2002. The culture of learning and teaching: Teachers and moral agency in the reconstruction of schooling in South Africa. Education and Society, 20(2): 525.

Fraser, F.K., Grant, W.J., Muanza, W. & Naidoo, V. 2002. The impact of HIV/AIDS on small and medium enterprises in South Africa. South African Journal of Economics, 70(7): 12161234.

Gamble, J. 2002. Retrieving the general from the particular: The structure of craft knowledge. Journal of Education, 28: 7388.

Gamble, J. 2002. Teaching without words: Tacit knowledge in apprenticeship. Journal of Education, 28: 6382.

Gathiram, D. & Hemson, D. 2002. Transformation of welfare? Race, class and gender in the management of welfare agencies in South Africa. Community Development Journal, 37(3): 209219.

Habib, A. & Nadvi, L. 2002. Party disintegrations and re-alignments in post-apartheid South Africa: Constitutional implications and the prospects for non-racialism. Review of African Political Economy, 29(92): 331338.

Hemson, D. 2002. Women are weak when they are amongst men: Womens participation in rural water committees in South Africa. Agenda, 52: 2432.

King, K. & McGrath, S. 2002. The globalisation of development knowledge and comparative education. Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education, 32(3): 281284.

King, K., McGrath, S., Rogerson, C. & Visser, K. 2002. Learning-led competitiveness: A challenge for South African development. Africa Insight, 32(4): 2835.

Kraak, A. 2002. Convergence of public and private provision at the further-higher education interface. Perspectives in Education, 20(4): 5365.

Kruss, G. & Kraak, A. 2002. Editorial. A contested good? Understanding private higher education in South Africa. Perspectives in Education, 20(4): ixxiii.

Kruss, G. 2002. More, better, different? Understanding private higher education in South Africa. Perspectives in Education, 20(4): 1527.

Kvalsvig, J., Appleton, C., Archer, C., Methethwa, C., Mweni, S., Mpanza, J., Ngcoya, M., Nkomokazi, J. & Qotyana, P. 2002. The KwaZulu-Natal school-based parasite control programme. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 73(3): 142159.

Mabizela, M.C. 2002. The evolution of private provision of higher education in South Africa. Perspectives in Education, 20(4): 4151.

McGrath, S. 2002. Skills for development: A new approach to international cooperation in skills development. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 54(3): 413430.

McGrath, S. 2002. The British Department for International Development and knowledge-based aid. Compare, 32(3): 349363.

McKinney, C. & Van Pletzen, E. 2002. Challenges to critical pedagogy: Student opposition and identity in a South African English studies course. Goldsmiths Journal of Education, 5(1): 213.

Moodley, S. 2002. Connecting to global markets in the Internet age: The case of South African wooden furniture producers. Development Southern Africa, 19(5): 641658.

Moodley, S. 2002. E-business in the South African apparel sector: A utopian vision of efficiency? The Developing Economies, XL(1): 67100.

Moodley, S. 2002. Global market access in the Internet era: South Africans wood furniture industry. Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, 12(1): 3142.

Moodley, S. 2002. Internet-enabled supply chain integration: Prospects and challenges for the South African automotive industry. Development Southern Africa, 19(5): 659679.
Moodley, S. 2002. Steering in uncertain territory: E-business, globalisation and the South African automotive components industry. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences (SAJEMS), 5(1): 123153.

Moodley, S. 2002. Whither business-to-business electronic commerce in developing economies? The case of the South African manufacturing sector. Information Technology for Development, 10(1): 2540.

Morais, K. & Naidu, S. 2002. Libyas Africa policy: What does it mean for South Africa and NEPAD? South African Journal of International Affairs, 9(2): 109118.

Morrow, S. 2002. Heritage and historically black universities (HBUs): The view from Fort Hare. Historia, 47(2): 446456.

Nama, N. & Swartz, L. 2002. Ethical and social dilemmas in community-based controlled trials in situations of poverty: A view from a South African project. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 12(4): 286297.

Ndebele, N. 2002. The African National Congress and the policy of non-racialism: A study of the membership issue. Politikon, 29(2): 133146.

Ntshoe, I.M. 2002. Guest editorial: National plan for the higher education in South Africa: A programme for equity and redress or globalised competition and managerialism? South African Journal of Higher Education, 16(2): 7-10.

Parry, C.D.H., Bhana, A., Myers, B., Plüddemann, A., Flisher, A., Peden, M.M. & Morojele, N.K. 2002. Alcohol use in South Africa: Findings from the South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use (SACENDU) Project. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 63: 430-435.

Parry, C.D.H., Bhana, A., Plüddemann, A., Myers, B., Siegfried, N., Morojele, N.K., Flisher, A. & Kozel, N. 2002. The South African Community Epidemiology Network on Drug Use (SACENDU): Description, findings (1997-99) and policy implications. Addiction, 97(12): 969-976.

Paterson, A. 2003. The design and development of a social science data warehouse: A case study of the human resources development data warehouse project of the Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa. Data Science Journal, 2: 12-24.

Petersen, I. & Swartz, L. 2002. Primary health care in the era of HIV/AIDS: Some implications for health systems reform. Social Science and Medicine, 55(6): 1005-1013.

Petersen, I. & Swartz, L. 2002. Transforming the health care system in support of comprehensive primary health care in South Africa: Contributions from a psychodynamic perspective. Psycho-analytic Psychotherapy in South Africa, 10: 69-81.

Plüddemann, A., Parry, C.D.H., Bhana, A., Matthysen., S., Potgieter, H. & Gerber, W. 2002. Monitoring alcohol and abuse trends in South Africa (July 1996 June 2001). Sacendu Research Brief, 4(2): 1-12.

Prinsloo, C.H. & Ebersohn, I. 2002. Fair usage of the 16 PF personality assessment in South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology, 32(3): 48-56.

Randela, R. 2003. An economic assessment of the value of cattle to the rural communities in the former Venda region. Development Southern Africa, 20(1): 89-103.

Richter, L.M. 2002. Clinical perspectives. Strengthening infants and children: South African perspectives. Southern African Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 14(2): 128-134.

Rule, S., Viljoen, J., Zama, S., Struwig, J., Langa, Z. & Bouare, O. 2003. Visiting Friends and Family (VFR): South Africas most popular form of domestic tourism. Africa Insight, 3.

Saathoff, E., Olson, A., Kvalsvig, J.D. & Geissler, P.W. 2002. Geography and its association with geohelminth infection in rural schoolchildren from northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Transaction of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 96: 485-490.

Seleoane, M. 2002. Freedom of expression: A comparative analysis. Ecquid Novi, 23(2): 232-253.

Shabalala, N., Strebel, A., Shefer, T., Simbayi, L., Wilson, T., Ratele, K., Andipatin, M. & Potgieter, C. 2002. Evaluation of the quality of care for sexually transmitted infections in primary health care centres in South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology, 32(4): 33-40.

Shefer, T., Strebel, A., Wilson, T., Shabalala, N., Simbayi, L., Ratele, K., Potgieter, C. & Andipatin, M. 2002. The social construction of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in South African communities. Qualitative Health Research. An International, Interdisciplinary Journal, 12(10): 1373-1390.

Southall, R.J. 2003. Democracy in Africa: Fragile and unnecessary but uncertain - review article. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 21(1): 121-130.

Swartz, L. & Dick, J. 2002. Managing chronic diseases in less developed countries (Editorial). British Medical Journal, 325: 914-915.

Swartz, L. & MacGregor, H. 2002. Integrating services, marginalizing patients: Psychiatric patients and primary health care in South Africa. Transcultural Psychiatry, 39(2): 155-172.

Swartz, L. 2002. Diversity and danger (Guest editorial). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 23(1): iv.

Swartz, L. 2002. Rethinking ethnopsychiatric practice in South Africa. Lautre Cliniques, Cultures et Societes, 3(3): 425-432.

Van der Walt, H.M. & Swartz, L. 2002. Task orientated nursing in a tuberculosis control programme in South Africa: Where does it come from and what keeps it going? Social Science & Medicine, 54(7): 1001-1009.

Varga, C. 2002. Pregnancy termination among South African adolescents. Studies in Family Planning, 33(4): 283-298.

Whiteside, A., Desmond, C.J., King, J., Tomlinson, J. & Sithongo, C. 2002. Evidence of AIDS mortality from an alternative source: A Swaziland case study. African Journal of AIDS Research, 1(1): 41-52.

Non-peer reviewed

Adar, K.G. 2002. Constitutionalism in Kenya. Conflict Trends, 1: 52-55.

Drimie, S. 2002. HIV/AIDS and land: Case studies from Kenya, Lesotho and South Africa. The African Communist, Fourth Quarter, Issue 162.

Hemson, D. 2002. Water, concessions and poverty: A South African case study. Indicator SA, 19(2): 55-60.

Kahn, M.J. 2002. Who is the pilot? Charting a course for South African science and technology. New Agenda, First quarter: 96-112.

Morrow, S., Maaba, B. & Pulumani, L. 2002. Revolutionary schooling? Studying the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, the African National Congress Liberation School in Tanzania, 1978 to 1992. World Studies in Education, 3(1): 23-37.

Naidu, S. 2002. Just hot air: NEPAD falls short on deliverables although it is heavy on promises featured. Science and Environment Fortnightly: Down to Earth, 11(10): 50-51.

Richter, L. 2002. Caring for small children: Mutual mental health for caregiver and child. Womens Health Project Review, 42: 25-27.

Shisana, O., Zungu-Dirwayi, N. & Shisana, W. 2003. AIDS: A threat to human security. Working papers - Global Equity Initiative - KSG. President and Fellows of Harvard College.