Duncan, Norman; De la Rey, Cheryl; Van Niekerk, Ashley; Diedricks, Margaret-Ann; Shefer, Tamara(Faculty of Education, University of the Free State, 1998)
During 1995 a small group of psychologists initiated a writing project which has culminated in the
publication of a textbook for South African students. This paper describes the conditions and
factors which motivated the ...
"Our focus is twofold: first, we use gender as a category of analysis to present a broad overview
of societal transformation in South Africa since the first democratic elections in
April 1994; second we review some of ...
Cheryl de la Rey critically discusses the shifting understandings
of race and difference. She frames the possibility that even if anti-racism
is made central to feminism, the idea of unity may be misplaced.
This article suggests that where one is positioned in the current geopolitical system is
likely to have an influence on whether one feels hope or despair. In this respect material
asymmetry as a divisive influence is ...
Boonzaier, Floretta; De la Rey, Cheryl(Psychological Society of South Africa, 2004)
Violence against women is a widespread social problem affecting millions of women. For more than three decades, researchers have explored the experiences of women in abusive relationships. Victims’ accounts have been the ...
De la Rey, Cheryl; Jankelowitz, Gia; Suffla, Shahaaz(Routledge, 2003)
A central premise of this paper is that the training of
women for leadership roles is a critical component of the development of
communities as a whole. This was the central point of departure for a
study that aimed to ...
McKay, Susan; De la Rey, Cheryl(Taylor & Francis, 2001)
Although women’s instrumentality in peacebuilding is internationally recognized,
gendered meanings of peacebuilding are poorly understood. Our study was conducted
to learn from a diverse group of South African women what ...
Brink, Beatrix; De la Rey, Cheryl(Psychological Society of South Africa, 2001)
The main objective of this study was to identify the coping strategies used by successful South African women of all races in dealing with work-family interaction strain. Using a transactional approach, the study also ...