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Manjoo, R. and McRaith, C. 2011. Gender-based violence
and justice in conflict and post-conflict areas. Cornell
International Law Journal, 44(1): 11-31.
Mnisi, S. 2011. Beyond the Traditional Courts Bill: regulating
customary courts in line with living customary law and the
Constitution. South African Crime Quarterly, 35: 31-40.
Mnisi, S. and Claassens, A. 2011. Tensions between
vernacular values that prioritise basic needs and State
versions of Customary Law that contradict them: „We
love these fields that feed us, but not at the expense of a
person“. Stellenbosch Law Review, 22(3): 823-844.
Mnisi, S. 2011. The Traditional Courts Bill: controversy
around process, substance and implications. South
African Crime Quarterly, 35: 3-10.
Moyo, A. 2011. Youth, competence and punishment:
reflections on South Africa’s minimum sentencing regime
for juvenile offenders. Southern African Public Law, 26(1):
Nel, D., Shearing, C.D. and Reyers, B. 2011. Insurers
could help address climate risks. Nature, 476: 33.
Okafor, O.C. and Olugbuo, B. 2011. The economic and
financial crimes commission and the accountability of
corrupt foreign actors in Nigeria. The Law and Development
Review, 4(3): 1-25
Olugbuo, B. and Wachira, G.M. 2011. Enhancing the
protection of the rights of victims of international crimes: a
model for East Africa. African Human Rights Law Journal,
11(2): 608-638.
Paterson, A.R. 2010. Seeking to undermine cooperative
governance and land-use planning. Southern African
Public Law, 25(2): 692-697.
Powell, C. 2011. A Fullerian analysis of Security Council
legislation. International Organizations Law Review, 8:
Sang, B. 2011. Friends, persons, citizens: comparative
perspectives on Locus Standi and the access of private
applicants to sub-regional trade judiciaries in Africa.
Oregon Review of International Law, 13: 355-394.
Schwikkard, P.J. 2011. Evidence. Juta‘s Quarterly Law
Review of South African Law, JQR Evidence 2011(1-
3). [online]
Schwikkard, P.J. 2011. The Law of Evidence. Annual
Survey of South African Law, 1(2010): 954-980.
Shearing, C.D. 2011. Re-considering the field of policing:
a review of
The Policing Web
. Canadian Journal of
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 53(3): 325-341.
Shearing, C.D. and Marks, M. 2011. Being a new police
in the liquid 21st century. Policing: a Journal of Policy and
Practice, 5(3): 210-218.
Super, G. 2011. „Like some rough beast slouching towards
Bethlehem to be born“: a historical perspective on the
institution of the prison in South Africa, 1976-2004. British
Journal of Criminology, 51: 201-221.
Super, G. 2011. Punishment and the body in the ‚old‘
and ‚new‘ South Africa: a story of punitivist humanism.
Theoretical Criminology, 15(4): 427-443.
Van Der Spuy, E. 2011. Police and the policing of conflict:
reflections from Africa. African Security Review, 20(4): 1-4.
Van Der Spuy, E. 2011. Policing beyond the domestic
sphere: the case of South African police in Darfur, Sudan.
African Security Review, 20(4): 34-44.
Wood, J.D., Shearing, C.D. and Froestad, J. 2011.
Restorative justice and nodal governance. International
Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice
(IJCACJ), 35(1): 1-18.
Peer-reviewed published conference proceedings
Van Der Spuy, E. 2011. Crime prevention during ‚states
of exception‘: extracting lessons from the 2010 World
Cup event. In C. Gould (ed.), National and International
Perspectives on Crime and Policing, 1-2 December 2010.
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Encyclopaedia entries
Kinnes, I. 2011. Political violence in South Africa. In K.
Johnson and S. Jacobs (eds), Encyclopedia of South
Africa, pp. 242-243. Colorado: Lynn Riemer Publishers
Inc. ISBN 978-1-58826-749-8.