Selected earlier publications: books and other

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Books:

  • Bekker S., M Dodds & M Khosa (eds.) 2001 Shifting African Identities VOLUME II in the Series: IDENTITY? Theory, Politics, History HSRC: Pretoria.
  • Bekker S & R Prinsloo (eds.) 2000 Identity? Theory, politics and history. HSRC: Pretoria.
  • Bekker S & D Carlton (eds.) 1996 Racism, xenophobia and ethnic conflict. Indicator Press, Durban.
  • Bekker S 1993 Ethnicity in focus: The South African case, University of Natal.
  • Bekker S & R Humphries 1985 From Control to Confusion: The Changing Role of Administration Boards in South Africa 1971–1983. Pietermaritzburg: Shuter & Shooter.

Articles and book chapters (2000–2005):

Bekker S. and A. Leildé 2005 ‘Multiculturalism in South Africa’ Canadian Diversity (Special Edition: Multicultural futures? International approaches to pluralism) 4:1 pp 50–52.

Bekker S., Anne Leildé & Charles Puttergill, 2005. Studying Urban Identities in South Africa. In P. Gervais-Lambony, F. Landy, and S. Oldfield (eds.), Reconfiguring Identities and Building Territories in India and South Africa. New Delhi: Manohar, pp. 137–150.

Bekker, S. and A. Leildé 2004 ‘Is Multiculturalism a Workable Policy in South Africa.’ Rex J & G Singh (eds.) Governance in Multicultural Societies. London: Ashgate.

Bekker S. 2004 ‘Faith in Cape Town: identity, cooperation and conflict’ no.6 Monograph Series Cape Town: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation.

Bekker, S. and A. Leildé, 2003’ ‘Residents’ perceptions of developmental local government : Exit, voice and loyalty in South African towns.’ Politea 22(1): 144–165.

Bekker S and J Cramer 2003 ‘Coloured migration in the Cape region at the beginning of the 21st century’ Acta Academica Supplementum 1—Spatialities of South African urban change: perspectives on post-apartheid urban problems and challenges at the beginning of the twenty-first century: 105–129.

Bekker, S. and A. Leildé, 2003’ ‘Le nouveau lexique identitaire sud-africain: état des lieux dans la province du Cap Occidental.’ Les Temps Modernes no 623: 200–221.

Bekker, S. and A. Kritzinger 2003 ‘Genero, hogar y desigualdad en Sudafrica’ in Rodriguez E.A. (ed.) Genero y Poblacion: Una Perspective Internacional. Madrid: Ibersaf Editors:187–197.

Bekker S. 2003 ‘Residents and strangers: migration toward and within the Western Cape and Cape Town’ Coquery-Vidrovitch C. et al. (eds.) Etre Etranger et Migrant en Afrique au XXe Siecle: enjeux identitaires et modes d&rquo;insertion. Vol. II’ Paris : L’Harmattan. 153–164.

Bekker, S. & K Swart’ ‘The relationship between migration and the HIV-AIDS pandemic: a preliminary South African analysis.’ in Migration and Health in Southern Africa. Proceedings of a conference, January 2003. Van Schaik: 63–68.

Bekker, S. and A. Leildé, 2002’ ‘New urban identities in a new South Africa? Class, culture and race in Cape Town’ in Osmanovic A. (ed.) Transforming South Africa. Hamburg: Hamburg African Studies: 243–271.

Bekker, S. 2001 ‘Sustainability and its measurement’ in Marais, HC, Y Muthien, NS van Rensburg, MP Maaga, GF de Wet & CJ Coetzee (eds.) Sustainable Social Development: Critical Issues. Network Publishers, Pretoria: 71–77.

Bekker S. 2001 ‘Diminishing returns: Circulatory migration linking Cape Town to the Eastern Cape.’ SA Journal of Demography.

Bekker, S., Leildé A., Cornelissen S. & Horstmeier S. 2000. ‘The emergence of new identities in the Western Cape.’ Politikon 27(2) 221–237.


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