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South African Social Attitudes - DataFirst - University of Cape Town

South African Social Attitudes - DataFirst - University of Cape Town

South African Social Attitudes - DataFirst - University of Cape

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    Civic participation The respondents

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    associated therewith, has been reco

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    The results indicate that there are

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    Figure 5.1 Institutional trust, by

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    Figure 5.3 National pride, by age a

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    Appendix 1 Technical details of the

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    The mean interview length was 59.1

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