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Cape Area Study 2005
Centre for Social Science Research
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Feb 14, 2013
Apr 29, 2020
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Seekings, Jeremy, Tracy Jooste, Singumbe Muyeba, Marius Coqui, and Margo Russell.
The social consequences of establishing ‘mixed’ neighbourhoods: Does the mechanism for selecting beneficiaries for low-income housing projects affect the quality of the ensuing ‘community’ and the likelihood of violent conflict?
Cape Town, South Africa: Centre for Social Science Research, 2010.
Economy, society and municipal services in Khayelitsha
Cape Town, South Africa: Centre for Social Science Research, 2013.
(Con)Formations of inequality in the emergent non-racial democracy of South Africa : the relationship between economic well-being and attitude to race
Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2006.
Bozzoli G, Carlos.
Orphanhood and fertility in young adults: Evidence from South Africa
Economics and Human Biology (2016).
De Lannoy, Ariane.
There is no other way out: Educational decision-making in an era of AIDS: How do HIV-positive mothers value education?
CSSR Working Paper No. 137 , no. 137 (2005).
Karreth K, Ann.
Community policing amidst diversity: Exploring the role of inter-group trust in two Cape Town neighbourhoods
The Journal of Modern African Studies 57, no. 4 (2019): 497-517.
Maughan-Brown, Brendan, and Atheendar Venkataramani.
Measuring concurrent partnerships: Potential for underestimation in UNAIDS recommended method
An Official International AIDS Society Journal 25, no. 12 (2011): 1549-1551.
Maughan-Brown, Brendan, and Atheendar S Venkataramani.
Accuracy and determinants of perceived HIV risk among young women in South Africa
BMC Public Health 18, no. 42 (2017): 1-9.
Mlatsheni, Cecil, and Murray Leibbrandt.
Duration of unemployment in youth transitions from schooling to work in Cape Town
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 159 (2015).
Poulin, Michelle, Kathryn Dovel, and Susan C Watkins.
Men with money and the “vulnerable women” client category in an AIDS epidemic
World Development (2016).
Politics of pride: Why do people participate in civil society in South Africa?
Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2011.
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