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  • Lesbians and the Civil Union Act in South Africa: a critical reflection 

    Hames, Mary (Jacana Media, 2008)
    Introduction: South Africa is a country that warrants specific interest in the exploration of the significance of the liberal rights that have been assigned to homosexuals in the context of its quest towards citizenship ...
  • Se(x)ation, sensation or research? interrogating the research gaze 

    Hames, Mary (Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2010)
    This article takes a critical look at the research methodologies regarding gender-based violence and HIV and AIDS in South Africa over the last two decades. Gender has become the operative term in these research projects ...
  • Sexual identity and transformation at a South African university 

    Hames, Mary (Taylor & Francis, 2007)
    Despite the proliferation of policies ostensibly protecting all persons’ rights, and mounting critical academic debate and scholarship on sexuality and sexual orientation, sexual orientation in the academy remains a site ...