Citations

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Working Paper
Jooste, Tracy. "Measuring social capital in Cape Town: Providing a more nuanced perspective of trust and networks." Centre for Social Science Research Working Paper , no. 140 (2005).
Journal Article
Masangwi, Salule J, Anthony M Grimason, Tracy D Morse, Lawrence Kazembe, Neil Ferguson, and George C Jabu. "Pattern of Maternal Knowledge and Its Implications for Diarrhoea Control in Southern Malawi: Multilevel Thresholds of Change Analysis." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 9, no. 3 (2012): 955-969.
Conference Paper
Masangwi, S J, T D Morse, N S Ferguson, G Zawdie, A M Grimason, and J J Namangale. "Behavioural and environmental determinants of childhood diarrhoea in Chikwawa, Malawi." Water and Sanitation in International Development and Disaster Relief (WSIDDR) International Workshop. Edinburgh, Scotland, May 30, 2008.
Journal Article
Morse, Katherine, Tara P Ngwato, and Katie Huston. "Reading cultures - Towards a clearer, more inclusive description." Reading & Writing - Journal of the Literacy Association of South Africa 15, no. 1 (2024): 1-7.
Thesis or Dissertation
Ronaki, Mullane, and Maraea-Tracy Te Kokiri Kihirini. "Indigenising the national census? A global study of the enumeration of indigenous peoples, 1985-2014." Masters, The University of Waikato, 2017.
Thesis or Dissertation
Jooste, Tracy-Lee. "Exploring social capital and its links with democracy in Cape Town: Findings from the Cape Area Study 2003." Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2005.
Report
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.
Conference Paper
Mailovich, Claudi, Carlene van der Westhuizen, and Tracy Jooste. "The procurement of basic services should respond to the needs of women." Fourth International Conference on Public Procurement Law Africa. Cape Town, South Africa, August 15, 2023.
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