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The contemporary construction of the causality of HIV/AIDS :a discourse analysis and its implications for understanding national policy statements on the epidemic in South Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2005)
This study was concerned with the social construction of HIV/AIDS at the policy level in contemporary South Africa, and how such constructions shape the manner in which the epidemic is understood in popular discourse.
Gender-aware policy and planning: a feminist analysis of aspects of the Mental Health Care Bill, 2000 and the Skills Development Act, 1998
(University of the Western Cape, 2000)
No abstract available.
Lesbians and the right to equality: Perceptions of people in a local Western Cape community
(University of the Western Cape, 2001)
When lesbians, as women divert from social norms and reject the compulsory heterosexual norm, they are either punished through legal systems for transgressing patriarchial structures or not recognised at all. As women, ...
Creating 'space' for publication: challenges faced by women academic staff members at historically Black South African universities
(University of the Western Cape, 2003)
In this study an attempt was made to explore the challenges with regard to publications experienced by academic women at three selected Historically Black Universities (HBUs). Although based predominantly within a feminist ...
An exploration of the stigma experienced by women who are living with HIV/AIDS
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
The effects of the spread of HIV/AIDS place a great burden on women and children, who will probably suffer most in terms of social and economic deprivation. Since HIV/AIDS is linked to social taboos such as sexuality, drug ...