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  • Multilingualism in late-modern Cape Town 

    Williams, Quentin E. (University of the Western Cape, 2012)
    In highly mobile societies, the voice and agency of speakers will differ across contexts depending on the linking of forms and functions. This thesis is thus about the complexities introduced to the notion of (form-function ...
  • Reimagining diversity in post-apartheid Observatory, Cape Town: a discourse analysis 

    Peck, Amiena (University of the Western Cape, 2012)
    The focus of the thesis is conceptually-based and problematizes the notion of a transformed society while addressing and evaluating its meaning in the multicultural post-apartheid neighbourhood of Observatory, Cape Town. ...