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Authors: McEachern , Charmaine (Adelaide University) 
Book Description:
This book explores the ways in which different parts of the new South Africa work to finish the process of constructing a national identity. In the situation of South Africa, newness emerged as the discourse speaking to (in the sense of bringing into being) the nation. This is a conversation that builds the country as a sovereign identity, "conceived" in the struggle against apartheid and its negotiated settlement and "born" in the first democratic elections and the Constitution of 1996.

Table of Contents:
Introduction. Chapter 1: The New South Africa: Representing Nation and State. Chapter 2: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Media’s Role in the Imagining of a “New” Nation. Chapter 3: The Media Truth Commission: Brokering a Healing History. Part II: Beyond the Media TRC – Engagement, Performance and Alternative Narratives of Nation. Chapter 4: Working with Memory: The District Six Museum in the New South Africa. Chapter 5: Out of the Shadow City: Township Tourism in the South African Transformation. Chapter 6: Themed Places and Contested Spaces: Game Parks and Cultural Villages in the New South Africa. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index.

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      Horizons in Post-Colonial Studies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   ISBN: 1-59033-233-4
   Status: AV
  
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