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Perceptions of empowerment: a study of muslim women living in the greater Cape Town Metropole
(University of the Western Cape, 2011)
This thesis is a small scale in depth exploration into the perceptions of power held by eight Muslim women residing in the Cape Town Metropole area. Using a Qualitative Feminist approach the study aimed to explore and shed ...
An exploration of the link between selected women’s discourses and literacy resources in the working class township settlement of Wesbank, South Africa
South Africa became a globally recognised democratic country in need of a development agenda after its first democratic elections were held in 1994. Democratising South Africa, however, requires rigorous attempts to open ...