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  Number 77, 2011

Table of Contents


Framing the issues around affirmative action and equity in South Africa: policy, progress, prospects and platitudes

pp. 1-10

Minding the gap: attitudes toward affirmative action in South Africa

pp. 1-30

Transcending bureaucracy: state transformation in the age of the manager

pp. 31-51

'Broken down by race ...': questioning social categories in redress policies

pp. 52-69

Women's representation in Government: quotas, substantive equality and self interested politicians

pp. 70-89

Affirmative action and disability in South Africa

pp. 90-106

Black, yellow, (honorary) white or just plain South African?: Chinese South Africans, identity and affirmative action

pp. 107-121

Moving from the letter of the law to the spirit of the law: the challenges of realising the intent of employment equity and affirmative action

pp. 122-135

Under new management; the ambiguities of 'transformation' in higher education

pp. 136-151


Trick or Treat: rethinking black economic empowerment (review)

pp. 152-157

Discrimination in an Unequal World (review)

pp. 158-162

Race Trouble: race, identity and inequality in post-apartheid South Africa (review)

pp. 163-167

Managing Diversity: toward a globally inclusive workplace (review)

pp. 168-173

Advocates for Change: how to overcome Africa's challenges (review)

pp. 174-181

Notes on Contributors

pp. 1-2

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