PROMOTING ACCESS TO AFRICAN RESEARCH

South African Crime Quarterly

Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads.

Remember me or Register

Journal Homepage Image

South African Crime Quarterly is an inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal that promotes professional discourse and the publication of research on the subjects of crime, criminal justice, crime prevention, and related matters including state and non-state responses to crime and violence. South Africa is the primary focus for the journal but articles on the above mentioned subjects that reflect research and analysis from other African countries are considered for publication, if they are of relevance to South Africa.

SACQ is an applied policy journal. Its audience includes policy makers, criminal justice practitioners and civil society researchers and analysts, including the academy. The purpose of the journal is to inform and influence policy making on violence prevention, crime reduction and criminal justice. Articles submitted to SACQ are double-blind peer-reviewed before publication.

Other sites related to this journal: http://www.issafrica.org/publications/south-african-crime-quarterly

 


Vol 62 (2017)

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT Open Access  DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT Subscription or Fee Access

Table of Contents

Articles

Lawyering protest: critique and creativity: Where to from here in the public interest legal sector? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Lisa Chamberlain, Gina Snyman 7-20
A legal analysis in context: The Regulation of Gatherings Act – a hindrance to the right to protest? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Jameelah Omar 21-31
#SchoolsOnFire: Criminal justice responses to protests that impede the right to basic education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Ann Skelton, Martin Nsibirwa 39-50
Enabling the enabler: Using access to information to ensure the right to peaceful protest EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Tsangadzaome Alexander Mukumba, Imraan Abdullah 51-61
Protest Blues: Public opinion on the policing of protest in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Benjamin James Roberts, Narnia Bohler-Muller, Jarè Struwig, Steven Lawrence Gordon, Ngqapheli Mchunu, Samela Mtyingizane, Carin Runciman 63-80
Minding the Protest: Attitudes towards different forms of protest action in contemporary South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Narnia Bohler-Muller, Benjamin James Roberts, Jarè Struwig, Steven Lawrence Gordon, Thobeka Radebe, Peter Alexander 81-92
Rhodes University v Student Representative Council of Rhodes University: The constitutionality of interdicting non-violent disruptive protest EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Safura Abdool Karim, Catherine Kruyer 93-102
Book Reviews: The rise of the securocrats, Protest nation: The right to protest in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT
Patrick Bond 103-108


ISSN: 1991-3877
AJOL African Journals Online