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PINS 44

CONTENTS

Editorial

Grahame Hayes

Grappling with the structural from a situated perspective

Peter Busch-Jensen

"A lot of them are good buggers": The African "foreigner" as South Africa's discursive Other

Nicola Jearey-Graham and Werner Böhmke

"Missing in action": The significance of bodies in African bereavement rituals

Jarred Martin, Charles van Wijk, Chesray Hans-Arendse & Luvuyo Makhaba

Using Appreciative Inquiry to evaluate an education support NGO in Soweto

Angelo Fynn

BOOK REVIEWS

A call for a scientific approach to prevention

Ward, C, van der Merwe, A & Dawes, A (eds) (2012) Youth violence. Sources and solutions in South Africa. Cape Town: UCT Press. ISBN 978-1-91989-587-1 pbk. Pages xv + 432.
Mohamed Seedat

Deconstructing "teenage pregnancy" / abortion

Macleod, C (2011) 'Adolescence', pregnancy and abortion: Constructing a threat of degeneration. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-55338-4 pbk. Pages xi + 168.
Rachelle Chadwick

(Post)apartheid dreamscapes

Kannemeyer, A (2010) Alphabet of democracy. Johannesburg: Jacana Media. ISBN 978-1-43140-077-5 pbk. Pages 72.
Derek Hook

Engaging with trauma from a liberatory perspective

Afuape, T (2011) Power, resistance and liberation in therapy with survivors of trauma: To have our hearts broken. London & New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-61189-3 pbk. Pages xii + 247.
Gill Eagle