Uploader: Date Added: 27 January 2011 File Size: 39. The data show a good fit with the model in which negative stereotypes are considered as mediator variable. It also means taking African languages into domains where their economic value will rise. To some people, African languages are insufficiently valued or good for nothing. Much of the work on South African xenophobia takes a citizenship approach, examining processes of nationhood, or focuses on post-Apartheid immigration policy. Africa is its mountains and rivers, its valleys and high places; its sweeping savannas and its dense forests; its rich soil and its intimidating deserts.
However, the African renaissance can inject a new lease of life into African languages. Mabasa's novel Mapenzi 1999 The article critically analyses the use of Shona oral art forms in I. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Yet most of the academic research into the incidence and causes of xenophobic violence has not explored the connections between urbanity and xenophobia. A variety of methods to study it are likewise identified.
The four threats are symbolic threats based on value differences between groups; realistic threats to the power, resources, and well-being of the in-group; anxiety concerning social interaction with out-group members; and feelings of threat arising from negative stereotypes of the out-group. Casting includes Thobile Njapha; Sne Maphumulo; Happy Vilakazi; Thami Skhosana; Bongani Mbatha; Bazini Msomi; Sandile Menze; Sduduso Kawula; Nozipho Mdletshe; Silindile Ndlovu; and Ntando Mncube. This can work against their achieving good marks. It covers topics of abuse; xenophobia; bribery; and betrayal, drawing from biblical and cultural beliefs. An integrated threat theory composed of four variables was used to predict attitudes toward immigrant groups in Spain and Israel.
It then suggests guidelines for policy development and implementation, confident that nuanced variations in the various understandings of ubuntu are not so fundamental as to prevent trend-data analysis and generalisation. Die artikel argumenteer dat Mabasa die Shonas se mondelinge kunsvorms gebruik op 'n wyse wat ideologies en pedagogies bemagtigend is. The season culminates with a run in the Opera theatre of The Playhouse from 25 to 28 May. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. This perceived economic vulnerability is rooted in their difficulties in accessing social grants, until recently legally available only to those with South African citizenship documentation. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. This article asks what xenophobia suggests about levels of trust in South Africa and argues that the events of May 2008 exposed the distrust—particularly amongst black Africans—that permeates post-Apartheid society.
It is about two things: the undoing of injustice and the doing of justice. We have come to understand Africa not just as a place, but as a manifestation of a vision; not just the land that we come from, but the destiny that we are called to fulfil. These interviews highlight three important aspects of vulnerability; the respondents: 1 perceive a risk of deportation despite their having lived in the country for 20 years, 2 are unable to easily access social grants, namely the state-funded old-age pension, and 3 struggle to make ends meet when faced with daily needs and crisis situations. Both the amount and quality of contact affected some types of threats. Due to this situation some of the Zulu people, a nation that is historically known for ubuntu humanity , are among those behind the torture of their fellow African brothers and sisters in the diaspora in what is commonly known as xenophobia.
Similar Items Related Subjects: Your list has reached the maximum number of items. It was predicted, and found, that intergroup anxiety and negative stereotypes were more powerful and consistent predictors of prejudicial attitudes toward immigrants than were realistic threats or symbolic threats. The article advances the argument that Mabasa uses the Shona people's oral art forms in a manner that is ideologically and peda-gogically empowering. This article argues that, as part of the African renaissance, African languages should become income generators or job-creating entities. Attending stage adaptations of setworks enables them to assimilate these books more thoroughly. The most critical step that is required for land reform in the whole country is a public consultation process for government to be able to engage with all parties and to put a list of informed alternatives on the table for discussion.
But Africa is Africa mostly in her children wherever they may dwell: in the wisdom of her elders and the courage of her youth, the strength of her mothers and the dedication of her fathers. This paper contributes to the study of xenophobia in South Africa by analysing it in relation to social capital, which emphasises trust as crucial for social development. Without such rigour it is extremely difficult to recommend a coherent conceptual framework for political action. It would be years before I could claim this Reformed tradition as truly mine. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. It provides short accounts of xenophobia witnessed in recent times in five countries including South Africa, India, Malaysia, Libya, and Thailand.
Please verify that you are not a robot. Dit stem ooreen met die kragtige waarde van die Shonas se epistemologiese aannames. In short, this discussion presents social cohesion to heal the past without land owners perceiving transformation policies as apartheid in reverse. Xenophobic violence in cities is a phenomenon that deserves policy attention and direct intervention by central government, local authorities and community leaders. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Mabasa se roman Mapenzi 1999 Die artikel analiseer die gebruik van Shona mondelinge kuns-vorms in I. This violence formed part of a wider pattern of intolerance and antagonism against African migrants in post-Apartheid South Africa.
Kudela owaziyo - Patrick Bhekizenzo Maphumulo - Google Books Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. However, xenophobia has not yet received explicit attention although anti-migrant sentiments and practices are clearly on the rise even in receiving countries in developing regions. It is therefore proof of the greatest inhumanity, to despise those in whom we are constrained to recognize our own flesh. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Designed for courses on literary translation, Translating Literature discusses the process and the product of literary translation, incorporating both practical advice for translators and theoretical discussion on the role translations play in the evolution and interpretation of literatures. P B Maphumulo Find more information about: Cancel Forgot your password? Kudela owaziyo More like this Similar Items. Although there are various activities that have been undertaken and policy programmes that have been proposed, all those initiatives have not been able to completely translate land reform policy into practice as intended.
The results of two path analyses indicated that all four threats were significant predictors of attitudes in one sample or the other. Such people do not find any economic value in African languages. Would you also like to submit a review for this kudeela The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Preview this item Preview this item. More specifically, xenophobic beliefs may arise out of invalid inductive inferences and by stereotyped categorization processes. This article probes the situation and maintains that through their literary works authors can play a prominent role in bringing back ubuntu principles to the nation inundated with poverty.