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Sitas, A. 2011. The moving black Forest of Africa-
The Mpondo Rebellion, Migrancy and Black Worker
Consciousness in KwaZulu-Natal. In T. Kepe and L.
Ntsebeza (eds), Rural Resistance in South Africa: The
Mpondo Revolts after Fifty Years, pp. 165-187. Netherlands:
Brill. ISBN 9789004214460.
Sitas, A. 2011. Unassimilable Otherness: The Reworking
of Traumas by Refugees in Contemporary South Africa.
In R. Eyerman, J. Alexander and E. Butler Breese (eds),
Narrating Trauma: On the Impact of Collective Suffering,
pp. 267-291. United States: Paradigm Publishers. ISBN
Encyclopaedia entries
Ntsebeza, L. 2011. In Encyclopedia of South Africa. Colorado:
Lynn Riemer Publishers Inc. ISBN 978-1-58826-749-8.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Chitonge, H. 2011. A decade of Implementing Water
Services Reform in Zambia: Reviewof Outcomes, challenges
and opportunities. Water Alternatives, 4(3): 1-21.
Erasmus, Z.E. 2011. Creolization, colonial citizenship(s)
and degeneracy: a critique of selected histories of
Sierra Leone and South Africa. Current Sociology, 59(5):
Grossman, J. 2011. The Researched on Research and
Researchers: Conversations with SADSAWU. South
African Review of Sociology, 42(2): 122-127.
Grossman, J. 2011. Venturing Beyond: Domestic work
as essential public service. South African Review of
Sociology, 42(2): 134-141.
Hatcher, A., De Wet, J.P., Bonell, C., Strange, V., Phetla, G.,
Proynk, P., Kim, J., Morison, L., Porter, J., Busza, J., Watts, C.
and Hargreaves, J. 2011. Promoting critical consciousness
and social mobilization in HIV/AIDS programmes: lessons
and curricular tools from a South African intervention. Health
Education Research, 26(3): 542-555.
Maree, J.G.B. 2011. Trends in South African collective
bargaining system in comparative perspective. South
African Journal of Labour Relations, 35(1): 7-37
Maughan-Brown, B., Venkataramani, A.S., Nattrass, N.J.,
Seekings, J.F. and Whiteside, A. 2011. A cut above the
rest: traditional male circumcision and HIV risk among
Xhosa men in Cape Town, South Africa. Jaids-Journal of
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 58(5): 499-505.
Pande, A. 2011. Transnational commercial surrogacy in
India: gifts for global sisters? Reproductive Biomedicine
Online, 23: 618-625.
Seekings, J.F. 2011. British Colonial Policy, Local Politics,
and the origins of the Mauritian Welfare State, 1936-50.
Journal of African History, 52: 157-177.
Seekings, J.F. and Nattrass, N.J. 2011. State-Business
relations and pro-poor growth in South Africa. Journal of
International Development, 23: 338-357.
Seekings, J.F. 2011. The changing faces of urban civic
organisation. Transformation, 1(75): 140-161.
Singumbe, M. and Seekings, J.F. 2011. Race,
attitudes and behaviour in racially-mixed, low-income
neighbourhoods in Cape Town, South Africa. Current
Sociology, 59: 655-671.
Sitas, A. 2011. Beyond the Mandela decade: The ethic of
reconciliation? Current Sociology, 59: 571-589.
Sitas, A. 2011. Response to the critical comments. Current
Sociology, 59(5): 610-615.
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