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South Africa s Insurgent Citizens: On Dissent and the Possibility of Politics (Hardback)

Julian Brown

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ISBN 10: 1783602988 / ISBN 13: 9781783602988
Edité par ZED BOOKS LTD, United Kingdom, 2015
Neuf(s) Etat : New Hardback
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Twenty years on from South Africa s first democratic election, the post-apartheid political order is more fractured, and more fractious, than ever before. Police violence seems the order of the day - whether in response to a protest in Ficksburg or a public meeting outside a mine in Marikana. For many, this has signalled the end of the South African dream. Politics, they declare, is the preserve of the corrupt, the self-interested, the incompetent and the violent. They are wrong. Julian Brown argues that a new kind of politics can be seen on the streets and in the courtrooms of the country. This politics is made by a new kind of citizen - one that is neither respectful nor passive, but instead insurgent. The collapse of the dream of a consensus politics is not a cause for despair. South Africa s political order is fractured, and in its cracks new forms of activity, new leaders and new movements are emerging. N° de réf. du libraire AAR9781783602988

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Titre : South Africa s Insurgent Citizens: On ...

Éditeur : ZED BOOKS LTD, United Kingdom

Date d'édition : 2015

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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Twenty years on from South Africa's first democratic election, the post-apartheid political order is more fractured, and more fractious, than ever before. Police violence seems the order of the day - whether in response to a protest in Ficksburg, or a public meeting outside a mine in Marikana. For many, this has signalled the end of the South African dream. Politics, they declare, is the preserve of the corrupt, the self-interested, the incompetent, and the violent. They are wrong. In South Africa's Insurgent Citizens, Julian Brown argues that a new kind of politics can be seen on the streets and in the courtrooms of the country. This politics is made by a new kind of citizen - one that is neither respectful nor passive, but instead insurgent. The collapse of the dream of a consensus politics is not a cause for despair. South Africa's political order is fractured, and in its cracks new forms of activity, new leaders and new movements are emerging.

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Julian Brown is Lecturer in Political Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. He was educated at the University of Natal, and Oxford University. He is a member of the Wits History Workshop, and lives in Johannesburg with his husband.

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