2 edition of Understanding South African political violence found in the catalog.
Understanding South African political violence
AndrГ© Du Toit
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Andrŕe du Toit.|
|Series||Discussion paper /United Nations Research Institute for Social Development -- 43, Discussion paper (United Nations Research Institute for Social Development) -- 43|
|Contributions||United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Political violence has deep historical roots in South Africa. But if violence has figured prominently, it usually has not proved too difficult to make sense of it: the violence of conquest, the violence of frontier wars, the violence of apartheid and of the struggle against apartheid, the criminal violence of gangs and the ritualized violence of faction fights.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Du Toit, André. Understanding South African political violence. Geneva, Switzerland: UNRISD, . Violence in South Africa contains contributions on various issues related to violence in South Africa.
The variety of perspectives, explanations and intervention strategies indicates that violence, its causes and prevention are diverse and complex matters.
Hence a single perspective or universal explanation cannot properly explain the phenomenon. Understanding South African Political Violence: A New Problematic. UNRISD Discussion Paper Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD).
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Political violence in Africa is rising and it is more complex than before. But it is significantly less deadly than in previous decades, according to a number of conflict data sources.
Open-source conflict data is increasingly used to supplement reporting and analysis of trends in instability in Africa. Indeed, it is argued here that the dramatic increase in violence against women, children and the elderly (as well as in violent crime more generally) in the course ofis an accurate barometer of the social and political dislocation of a society in transition, as well as of the introversion of political conflict in South Africa.
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The significant data it contains makes it a valuable resource.