Now showing items 1-2 of 2
Governance, 'sovereignty-state-territory triad', human population migration and xenophobia in (South) Africa
This article seeks to examine the association of the concept of governance of international relations and, by implication, human population migration, through the rigid practices of “sovereignty-state-territory triad” ...
Xenophobic societal attitudes in a "new" South Africanism: Governance of public perceptions, national identities and citizenship
This article argues that xenophobia is not a natural state of being for any society; instead, it is a product of socialisation which becomes excessive with violent abuses of the outgroup immigrants where such conduct is ...