Outputs of the Politics of Xenophobia in Southern Africa

Migration to South Africa since 1994: Realities, Policies and Public Attitudes. In Domains of Freedom: Justice, Citizenship and Social Change in South Africa (Cape Town: UCT Press, 2016), pp. 277-298.

Fundamental Rights in the Rainbow Nation: Intergroup Contact, Threat, and Support for Newcomers’ Rights in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 22 (2016): 367-379.

Migration Myths and Extreme Xenophobia in South Africa. In Global Migration: Myths and Realities Volume 3 (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2015).

Social Change in Mongolia and South Africa: The Impact of Relative Deprivation Trajectory and Group Status on Well-Being and Adjustment to Change. Social Justice Research 28(2015): 102-22.

Social Change in South Africa: An Historical Approach to Relative Deprivation. British Journal of Social Psychology 52(2013): 703-725.

Soft Targets: Xenophobia, Public Violence and Changing Attitudes to Migrants in South Africa after May 2008. SAMP Migration Policy Series No. 64, 2013.

Locating Xenophobia: Debate, Discourse, and Everyday Experience in Cape Town, South Africa. Africa Today 56 (2010): 2-22.

The Perfect Storm: The Realities of Xenophobia in Contemporary South Africa. SAMP Migration Policy Series No. 50,  2008.

South Africa: Migration Policy in the Face of Xenophobia. Migration Information Source, Migration Policy Institute, Washington, July 2008.

The Relative Deprivation-Gratification Continuum and the Attitudes of South Africans Towards Immigrants. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 91(2006): 1032-1044.

Mapping Hostilities: The Geography of Xenophobia in Southern Africa. South African Geographical Journal 89(2007), 64-82.