Social Dynamics-A Journal of African Studies

(The TQCC of Social Dynamics-A Journal of African Studies is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Causes and consequences of schooling outcomes in South Africa: Evidence from survey data49
Mugabe’s fall from grace: satire and fictional narratives as silent forms of resistance in/on Zimbabwe21
What have we learnt about unemployment from microdatasets in South Africa?21
From autonomy to accountability: Academic freedom under threat in South Africa?19
Notes from underground: fugitive ecology and the ethics of place17
Spectrality and inter-generational black narratives in South Africa17
Photographs from the Grahamstown Lunatic Asylum, South Africa, 1890–190716
Spinning off the developmental cycle: Comments on the utility of a concept in the light of data from Matatiele, Transkei16
Relocation and the problem of survival in Qwaqwa: A report from the field16
Denied and disputed paternity in teenage pregnancy: topical structural analysis of case studies of young women from the Eastern Cape Province14
The politics of the page: cutting and pasting in South African and African-American newspapers13
Why do People Disclose their HIV Status? Qualitative Evidence from a Group of Activist Women in Khayelitsha12
The social dynamics of the “Nigerian Taliban”: fresh insights from the social identity theory12
From racial liberalism to corporate authoritarianism: The shell affair and the assault on academic freedom in South Africa10
The Cape Town boyfriend and the Joburg boyfriend: women’s sexual partnerships and social networks in Khayelitsha, Cape Town10
Differentiation and inequality in the bantustans: Evidence from Kwazulu∗9
From Exclusion to Informal Segregation: The Limits to Racial Transformation at the University of Natal9
Mai VaDhikondo”: echoes of the requiems from the killing fields9
Deciphering the “duty of support”: caring for young people in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa8
The city from its margins: rethinking urban governance through the everyday lives of migrant women in Johannesburg8
New community in a new space: artificial, natural, created, contested. An idea from a golf estate in Johannesburg7
Race and Iron age human skeletal remains from Southern Africa: An assessment7
The Congress of the People and the Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication: from public deliberation to bureaucratic imposition in Kliptown7
From grassroots control to democracy: A case study of the impact of trade unionism on migrant workers’ cultural formations on the east Rand6