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Ballard, R., A. Habib, I.Valodia and E. Zuern (2004), ‘Globalisation, Marginalisation and the Contemporary Social
Movements in South Africa
’, paper presented at University of KwaZulu Natal School of Development Studies
Conference, ‘Reviewing the First Decade of Development and Democracy in South Africa’, 22-24th October.

Ballard, R., A.Habib and I. Valodia (2006), ‘Social Movements in South Africa: promoting crisis or creating
stability?’, in V. Padayachee (ed.) The Development Decade? Economic and Social Change in South Africa 1994-
2004, Cape Town, HSRC Press.

Benford, R.D. and D.A. Snow (2000), ‘Framing Processes and Social Movements: An Overview and Assessment’,
Annual Review of Sociology, 26: 611--639.

Clark, J. (ed.) (2003), Global Civic Engagement: Civil Society and Transnational Action, London: Earthscan.

Cohen, J. (1985), ‘Strategy of Identity: New Theoretical Paradigms and Contemporary Social Movements’, Social
Research, 52(4): 663--716

Cottle, E. (2003), ‘Meeting Basic Needs? The Failure of Sanitation and Water Delivery and the Cholera Outbreak’,
Development Update, 4(1): 141--166.

Della Porta, D. and M. Diana (1999), Social Movements: An Introduction, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

Desai, A. (2006),‘Vans, Autos, Kombis and the Drivers of Social Movements’, Harold Wolpe Memorial Lecture,
Centre for Civil Society, International Convention Centre, Durban, Friday 28 July.

Escobar, A. and S. Alvarez (eds.) (1992), The Making of Social Movements in Latin America: Identity, Strategy and
Democracy, Boulder: Westview Press.

Gibson, N. C. (2006), ‘Calling Everything into Question: Broken Promises, Social Movements and Emergent
Intellectual Currents in Post-Apartheid South Africa’, in N. C. Gibson (ed.) Challenging Hegemony: Social
Movement and the Quest for a New Humanism in Post-Apartheid South Africa, Trenton, NJ: African World Press:
1--43.

Greenberg, S. and N. Ndlovu (2004), ‘Civil society relationships’, Development Update, 5(2): 23--48.
Habib, A and V. Padayachee (2000), ‘Economic Policy and Power Relations in South Africa’s Transition to
Democracy’, University of Natal – Durban School of Development Studies Research Paper.

Keck, M. and K.. Sikkink (1998), Activists Beyond Borders: Transnational Activist Networks in International Politics,
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

McAdam, D, S. Tarrow, and C. Tilly (1997), ‘Toward an Integrated Perspective on Social Movements and
Revolution’, in M. I. Lichbach and A.S. Zuckerman (eds) Comparative Politics: Rationality, Culture and Structure,
New York: Cambridge University Press: 142--173.

McDonald D. and L. Smith (2002), ‘Privatizing Cape Town’, Occasional Papers, No.7, Johannesburg: Municipal
Services Project.

Melucci, A. (1989), Nomads of the Present, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

McKinley, D. T. (1997), The ANC and the Liberation Struggle: A Critical Political Biography, London, Pluto Press.

McKinley, D. T. (2001), ‘Democracy, Power and Patronage: Debate and Opposition within the ANC and Tripartite
Alliance since 1994’, in R. Southall (ed) Opposition and Democracy in South Africa, London: Frank Cass
Publishers: 183-206.

Murray, M. (1994), The Revolution Deferred, London: Verso.

Tarrow, S. (1994), Power in Movement: Social Movements, Collective Action and Politics, New York: Cambridge
Press.

Tilly, C. (1985), ‘Models and Realities of Popular Action’, Social Research, 52(4): 717--747.

 

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