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ISBN:
0230217672
Author:
Anthony Butler
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan; 2 edition (November 15, 2009)
Pages:
224 pages
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This is an important book for anyone interested in South Africa's political transformation.

Readers who seek an informed, reliable and up-to-date overview need look no further. -Michael Bratton, Michigan State University. This is an important book for anyone interested in South Africa's political transformation. It is essential reading for students of political science and for a wider readership interested in democratisation in developing societies. - Michael Bratton, Michigan State University.

Contemporary South Africa. Anthony Butler is Professor of Political Studies at the University of Cape Town. 1. Historical Context. Contemporary States and Societies. Set in the context of South Africa's history and character as a troubled 'rainbow nation', it illuminates the country's social, political, cultural and economic life and its changing role in the world. 2. A Rainbow Nation?. 3. The South African Economy.

Comprehensive introduction to contemporary South African politics and society set in a historical and . ANTHONY BUTLER is Professor of Political Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa.

Comprehensive introduction to contemporary South African politics and society set in a historical and geographical context. He is a former fellow of Emmanuel College at the University of Cambridge and a past Director of the Politics and Administration programme at Birkbeck College, University of London.

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Contemporary States and Societies. The authors are all experts with specialist knowledge of the country or region concerned and have been chosen also for their ability to communicate clearly to a non-specialist readership. Each text has been specially commissioned for the series and is structured according to a common format.

South Africa is now well into its second decade of postapartheid rule, and these three recent books by South African scholars reveal a good deal . MORE BY Nicolas van de Walle.

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This book is awide-ranging introduction to the social, political, cultural and economic life of South Africa. Updated throughout, the new edition considers the particular challenges of the early 21st century: unemployment, education, crime, a maturing HIV/AIDS epidemic and South Africas complex international relations within sub-saharan Africa and beyond.