Xenophobia is a complex phenomenon, widely under-researched. Nevertheless, in the aftermath of the violence that shook South Africa in May , sociologists, anthropologists and political scientists produced a variety of research materials trying to explain the outburst of violence at different levels of analysis. Two types of explanations can be identified: political and socio-economic, which most certainly worked alongside. This strategy to retain power can also be identified in other nations. Misago et al.
Xenophobia as a determinant of health: an integrative review
Literature review on xenophobia and ethnic violence
Research Question What are the effects of xenophobia on South African society? Tentative Thesis The effects of xenophobia on South African society are devastating. Xenophobia causes tension between citizens and immigrants, causes displacement of thousands and even loss of life. It also undermines the fragile relationships and trust between the foreigners and citizens. It violates what our country stands for democracy and equality to all by not treating immigrants as equals especially when they.
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