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Ten years of democracy: attitudes and identity among some South African school children
(Stellenbosch University, 2004)
Ten years into South Africa’s democracy, how do school children feel about themselves as part of specific groups, and what is the role of language in their socio-cultural identities? This paper looks at the ways in which ...
Language shift or maintenance? Factors determining the use of Afrikaans among some township youth in South Africa
(Stellenbosch University, 2008)
To investigate how high school learners in a township school in South Africa report on their use of, and attitudes toward, their first language, Afrikaans; and to use the findings to show how, given their particular ...
Uncovering and negotiating barriers to intercultural communication at Greenmarket Square, Cape Town's 'world in miniature': an insider's perspective
(Stellenbosch University, 2010)
Intercultural communication (ICC) is one of the most relevant fields for investigation in postcolonial Africa and post-apartheid South Africa, given the freedom of movement between African countries and the wide range of ...
Ideology, policy and implementation: Comparative perspectives from two African universities
(Stellenbosch University, 2014)
This paper provides an exposition and interpretation of the language policies of two African universities, namely the University of Yaound in Cameroon and the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. It does so ...