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Carin Runciman
University of Johanesburg
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Frequency and turmoil: South Africa’s community protests 2005–2017
P Alexander, C Runciman, T Ngwane, B Moloto, K Mokgele, ...
South African Crime Quarterly 63, 27-42, 2018
832018
Service delivery protests: Findings from quick response research on four ‘hot-spots’–Piet Retief, Balfour, Thokoza, Diepsloot
L Sinwell, J Kirshner, K Khumalo, O Manda, P Pfaffe, C Phokela, ...
Johannesburg: Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg, 2009
422009
Counting police-recorded protests: based on South African Police Service data
C Runciman, P Alexander, M Rampedi, B Moloto, B Maruping, E Khumalo, ...
Social Change Research Unit, University of Johannesburg 13, 2016
392016
’Community Protests 2004-2013: Some Research Findings’
P Alexander, C Runciman, T Ngwane
Media presentation available on South African Research Chair in Social …, 2014
39*2014
South African Police Service data on crowd incidents: a preliminary analysis
P Alexander, C Runciman, B Maruping
Social Change Research Unit, University of Johannesburg 57, 2015
282015
The ‘ballot and the brick’: protest, voting and non-voting in post-apartheid South Africa
C Runciman
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 34 (4), 419-436, 2017
252017
The decline of the Anti-Privatisation Forum in the midst of South Africa’s ‘rebellion of the poor’
C Runciman
Current Sociology 63 (7), 2015
252015
The 2009+ South African Protest Wave
M Paret, C Runciman
WorkingUSA 19 (3), 301-319, 2016
232016
Questioning resistance in post-apartheid South Africa: a response to Luke Sinwell
C Runciman
Review of African Political Economy 38 (130), 607-614, 2011
232011
The use and abuse of police data in protest analysis South Africa’s Incident Registration Information System (Iris)
P Alexander, C Runciman, B Maruping
South African Crime Quarterly 58 (1), 9-21, 2016
182016
The use and abuse of police data in protest analysis South Africa’s Incident Registration Information System (Iris)
P Alexander, C Runciman, B Maruping
South African Crime Quarterly 58 (1), 9-21, 2016
182016
Media Briefing: Community Protests 2004–2013: Some Research Findings
P Alexander, C Runciman, T Ngwane
University of Johannesburg: Social change Research Unite, 2013
162013
Mobilisation and insurgent citizenship of the Anti-Privatisation Forum, South Africa: An ethnographic study
CF Runciman
University of Glasgow, 2012
162012
The “Double-edged Sword” of Institutional Power: COSATU, Neo-liberalisation and the Right to Strike1
C Runciman
Global Labour Journal 10 (2), 2019
142019
12. Untangling economic and political inequality: the case of South Africa
J Gaventa, C Runciman
World social science report, 2016: Challenging inequalities; pathways to a …, 2016
142016
Mobilising and organising in precarious times: Analysing contemporary collective action in South Africa
C Runciman
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 36 (9/10), 613-628, 2016
112016
Mobilising insurgent citizenship: Forging local authority and everyday policing in Protea Court
C Runciman
South African Review of Sociology 45 (1), 27-44, 2014
112014
Decolonising and re-theorising the meaning of democracy: A South African perspective
H Brooks, T Ngwane, C Runciman
The Sociological Review 68 (1), 17-32, 2020
102020
SA is protest capital of the world
C Runciman
Pretoria News/22 May 2, 39pm, 2017
102017
South African social movements in the neoliberal age
C Runciman
Southern Resistance in Critical Perspective, 36-52, 2017
102017
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