South Africa as Apartheid Ends:
An Annotated Bibliography with Analytical Introductions
by Newell M. Stultz
This title is the second, extensively revised, and greatly
expanded edition of South Africa: An Annotated Bibliography with
Analytical Introductions, which was published in 1989. This
earlier publication was recognized by the African Studies
Association as one of the four best books about Africa
published anywhere in the world during the years 1989-1990.
South Africa as Apartheid Ends is an even stronger reference
tool on this important and complex country.
South Africa as Apartheid Ends is a selective, annotated
bibliography of English-language resources. Most entries are
studies by scholars and journalists which identify and analyze the
social science evidence pertaining to contemporary events.
Each chapter is introduced by a thought-provoking essay that
discusses, respectively: the historical background, the African
majority, minority communities, race relations, society and the
economy, politics and government, international relations, and
reform and political change.
"A valuable reference tool. Highly
-- Australian Library Review
- Ordering Information:
- Resources on Contemporary Issues Series, No. 7
- ISBN 0-87650-330-X
- 240p, 8 1/2 x 11, paper,1993, $40.00
- (a textbook discount is available)