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by Ivor Chipkin

Free eBook Do South Africans Exist?: Nationalism, Democracy And The Identity Of 'The People' download ISBN: 1868144453
Author: Ivor Chipkin
Publisher: Wits University Press; First Edition edition (December 3, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 272
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Subcategory: Humanities
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Do South Africans Exist? book.

Do South Africans Exist? book. Do South Africans Exist? addresses a gap in contemporary studies. Do South Africans Exist? addresses a gap in contemporary studies of nationalism and the nation, providing a critical study of South African nationalism, against a broader context of African nationalism in general. Narratives of resistance, telling of African peoples oppressed and exploited, presume that "the people" preceded the period of nationalist struggle.

Ultimately this book is about the South African political experiment and the potential for its consolidation. Ivor Chipkin received his PhD from the Ecole Normale Superieure in Cachan, France

Ultimately this book is about the South African political experiment and the potential for its consolidation. Ivor Chipkin received his PhD from the Ecole Normale Superieure in Cachan, France.

Do South Africans Exist?: Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of ‘the People’. It is argued that all human relationships can be understood in terms of the type of political interactions existing between citizens, and that these types include the anarchistic, authoritarian, and democratic

Do South Africans Exist?: Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of ‘the People’. It is argued that all human relationships can be understood in terms of the type of political interactions existing between citizens, and that these types include the anarchistic, authoritarian, and democratic

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Do South Africans Exist? Addresses a gap in contemporary studies of nationalism and the nation, providing a critical study of South African nationalism, against a broader context of African nationalism in general. The author argues that the nation is a politcal community whose form is given in relation to the pursuit of democracy and freedom, and that if democratic authoriy is lodged in 'the people', what matters is the way that this 'people' is defined, delimited and produced. Do South Africans Exist? Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of ‘the People’ by Ivor Chipkin.

Do South Africans exist?: nationalism, democracy and the identity of the people. South Africa’s enduring urban crisis: the local state and the urban social movement with particular reference to Johannesburg. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. Clark, . & Drimie, S. (2002). In P. Harrison, M. Huchzermeyer, & M. Mayekiso (Ed., Confronting fragmentation: housing and urban development in a democratising society. pp. 57. oogle Scholar. McFarlane, C. (2008).

Do South Africans Exist? Addresses a gap in contemporary studies of nationalism and the nation, providing a critical study of South African nationalism against a broader context of African nationalism in general. Narratives of resistance, telling of African peoples oppressed and exploited, presume that ‘the people’ preceded the period of nationalist struggle. This book explores how an African ‘people’ came into being in the first place, particularly in the South African context, as a collectivity organised in pursuit of a political – and not simply cultural – end.

Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of the People. A challenge to re-evaluate the failure of modernity in Africa Do South Africans Exist? addresses a gap in contemporary studies of nationalism and the nation, providing a critical study of South African nationalism, against a broader context of African nationalism in general.

Do South Africans Exist? by Ivor Chipkin, December 3, 2007, Witwatersrand University Press . Do South Africans Exist? Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of "the People".

Do South Africans Exist? Nationalism, Democracy and the Identity of "the People". Published December 3, 2007 by Witwatersrand University Press. When Miss Emmie was in Russia: English governesses before, during and after the October Revolution. Un) Thinking Nationalism: From India to (H)india.