|Title||Overcoming intolerance in South Africa : experiments in democratic persuasion|
|Author||James L. Gibson, Amanda Gouws|
|Imprint||Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY (USA) : Cambridge University Press, 2003|
|Descript||xvi, 262p. : ill ; 23 cm|
Political tolerance in the New South Africa. -- The South African context. -- The nature of political intolerance in South Africa. -- Social identities, threat perceptions, and political intolerance. -- Making tolerance judgements: the effect of context, local and national. -- The persuasibility of tolerance and intolerance. -- The law and legal institutions as agents of persuasion. -- Becoming tolerant? Short-term changes in South African political culture ..- Conclusions: experimenting with tolerance in the new South Africa.
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