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Home Browse Books Book details, The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of Apartheid. The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of Apartheid. In this narrative, Louw effectively tells the story of 20th-century South Africa by examining three political periods: British Hegemony (1900-1948), the Afrikaner Nationalist Period (1948-1993), and the post-1994 Black Nationalist Period. He argues that apartheid was premised upon the notion of "political partition" and not "white supremacy".

The rise, fall, and legacy of apartheid. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004. South African media policy: Debates of the 1990s.

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In this narrative, Louw effectively tells the story of 20th-century South Africa by examining three political periods: British Hegemony (1900-1948), the Afrikaner Nationalist Period (1948-1993), and the post-1994 Black Nationalist Period.

Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn. "In this narrative, Louw effectively tells the story of 20th-century South Africa by examining three political periods: British Hegemony (1900-1948), the Afrikaner Nationalist Period (1948-1993), and the post-1994 Black Nationalist Period. Unfortunately the partition plan failed, causing an era of pain for South Africa.

Eric Louw has previously worked for a number of South African universities, and . The rise, fall, and legacy of apartheid first ed. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2004.

Eric Louw has previously worked for a number of South African universities, and run an NGO engaged in development work. He has published widely in the fields of political communication, South African media and South African political discourse. Book Chapter: Mapping pressures on the "sensible centre"/consensual model of liberal-democracy. Mapping pressures on the "sensible centre"/consensual model of liberal-democracy.

Eric Louw University of Queensland, Australia. Policy (1995), and The Rise, Fall and Legacy of Apartheid (Praeger, 2005). His books include: Media and Society: production, content and participation (SAGE, 2015), The Media and Political Process (SAGE, 2010), The Media and Cultural Production (SAGE, 2001), The Roots of the Pax Americana (MUP, 2010), New Voices Over the Air: The Transformation of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (Hampton Press, 2010), South African Media. Louw has published widely in the fields of political communication, South African media and South African political discourse.

THE HISTORY OF TWENTIETH CENTURY SOUTH AFRICA The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of Apartheid. Westport CT: Praeger Publishers, 2004.

In this accessible narrative, Louw effectively tells the story of 20th-century South Africa by examining three political periods: British Hegemony (1900-1948), the Afrikaner Nationalist Period (1948-1993), and the post-1994 Black Nationalist Period. He argues that apartheid was premised upon the notion of political partition and not white supremacy. Apartheid was a political strategy, constructed by the ethnic minority in order to prevent them from becoming politically powerless. Unfortunately the partition plan failed, causing an era of pain for South Africa.

With apartheid now formally over, Louw presents a comprehensive overview of this important 20th-century phenomenon. Topics covered include: the roots and causes of apartheid; what was apartheid; the struggle against apartheid; why did Afrikaner Nationalists negotiate their own demise in the 1990s; and the impact of apartheid in contemporary South Africa.


The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of Apartheid download epub
Humanities
Author: P. Eric Louw
ISBN: 0275983110
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (December 30, 2004)
Pages: 280 pages