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A discourse analysis of narratives of identities and integration at the University of the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2009)
In the thesis, I endeavour to create a platform on which to construct an understanding of 'integration' in a multilingual and multicultural setting, post-apartheid. I have selected UWC as the research site as it is an ...
Negotiating a new centre: multilingualism and identities in a Cape Flats Primary School
Meaning in human relations has always been based on inferred similarities (Holyoak & Thagard,1995). We are quick to liken the new to an old type. In this study, South African bi- or multilingual citizens post-1994 are ...
Reimagining diversity in post-apartheid Observatory, Cape Town: a discourse analysis
(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. ...
Language, migration and identity: Exploring the trajectories and linguistic identities of some African migrants in Cape Town, South Africa
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
This study is an exploration of the different trajectories of a selected number of African migrants into and around South Africa, focusing on the effects of these different trajectories on their language use patterns and ...
A critical evaluation of the development of Rumanyo as a national language in Namibia
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
Among others, the current study had been conceived due to the fact that, although Namibia is endowed with multiple languages, their development throughout the long colonial history, had been unequal. That is, some languages ...