Growing up in a divided society: The contexts of childhood in South Africa pdf epub fb2

Growing up in a divided society: The contexts of childhood in South Africa by Sandra Burman, Pamela Reynolds pdf epub fb2

Growing up in a divided society: The contexts of childhood in South Africa Author: Sandra Burman, Pamela Reynolds
Title: Growing up in a divided society: The contexts of childhood in South Africa
ISBN: 0869753061
ISBN13: 978-0869753064
Other Formats: lrf docx lit mobi
Pages: 454 pages
Publisher: Ravan Press, in association with the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research on Women, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University (1986)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Size PDF version: 1318 kb
Size EPUB version: 1330 kb
Subcategory: Social Sciences




What does it mean to be a child in South Africa today? This question is answerable only in the context of arpartheid, the legalized separation of "races" that determines all aspects of life in that country. In Growing Up in a Divided Society, scholars from a wide range of disciplines explore the devastating, pervasive, and profound effects of apartheid and racism on the children of South Africa.