This book is an analysis of key factors that may be problematic as Southern Africa shifts to a new "democracy". Based on research conducted on black South Africans who have been studying overseas, the author examines intragroup differences that have been created and accentuated by forty years of apartheid rule in South Africa. Contents: Preface; Introduction; Post-Independence Conflict: Theoretical Perspectives; Current Conflict Dynamics in South Africa; Research Methodology; Data Presentation and Analysis: Part I; Data Presentation and Analysis: Part II; Summary and the Implications of the Findings; Appendix A: Cover Letter to Respondents; Questionnaire Reminder; Acronyms of Variables; List of Abbreviations; Questionnaire; Bibliography; Index.
Author Biography: Nomazengele A. Mangaliso is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Westfield State College.
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About the Author
Nomazengele A. Mangaliso is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Westfield State College.