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Saturday, 26 November 2011 11:13

I act as supervisor for a number of doctoral and Masters students whose research interests coincide with mine. In addition, I continue to participate in the undergraduate semester module for foreign students, offered by the University of Stellenbosch and entitled Political and Cultural Change in Contemporary South Africa.

I list below successful doctoral students for whom I acted recently (after 2000) as supervisor or co-supervisor.

As supervisor

Bam, J. (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis on the history curriculum in South African state highschools.

Croese Sylvia (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis title: Post-war state-led development at work in Angola. The Zango housing project in Luanda as a case study.

Groenewald L. (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis on urban citizenship in Gauteng with a focus on informal settlements and housing

Gumbi, T.A.P. (D Phil in Social Science Methods) Thesis on rural development initiatives in KwaZulu-Natal.

Hungwe, Ema (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis on Land and Development Issues in Peri-urban Harare

Mdunyelwa, Luzuko (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis on public participation in hostel redevelopment programs in Nyanga and in Langa (Cape Town).

Netswera, G.F. (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis on the culture of non-payment in Johannesburg.

Leilde Anne (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis title : Changing identities in urban South Africa : an interpretation of narratives in Cape Town.

Lekogo Rodolf (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis title: The dynamics of Francophone African migration to Cape Town after 1994.

Puttergill Charles (D Phil in Sociology) Thesis title: Discourse on identity: conversations with white South Africans.

As co-supervisor

Broadbridge H. (D Phil in Social Anthropology) Thesis on gentrification in Cape Town.

Mavhungu, K.N. (D Phil in Social Anthropology) Thesis on a comparative study of witchcraft in South Africa and Cameroon.

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