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SASA was established in order to promote the discipline and the profession of sociology.

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SASA was established in order to promote cooperation at the national, regional and international level among persons engaged in the study of society.

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SASA Statement on Covid-19 and the issues arising The South African Sociological Association is in support of the extraordinary measures which the government has taken

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SASA Ad Hoc committees and Special PortfoliosSASA's critical committees are its executive, council and working groups. However, from time to time, ad hoc committees are appointed. The below are for the purpose of record, whether or not a committee has completed its work. SASA Virtual Office UJ Department of Sociology [email protected]

The South African sociological community put aside past divisions in order to establish a new joint association in 1993. Constituted through a merger of the former Association for Sociologists in Southern Africa (ASSA) and the Suid-Afrikaanse Sosiologie Vereniging (SASOV), the newly established South African Sociological Association set itself three main goals, ie to promote the

The South African Sociological Association is committed to a democratic South Africa, where all enjoy economic, political and social justice and freedom from all forms of discrimination on the basis of religion, nationality, race and gender.  SASA was established in 1993 in order to: promote the discipline and the profession of sociology; promote research, teaching and debate about

PREAMBLE The South African Sociological Association is committed to a democratic South Africa, where all enjoy economic, political and social justice and freedom from all forms of discrimination on the basis of religion, nationality, race and gender. The Association is also committed to the promotion of sociological scholarship, research, academic freedom, social ethics and community

SASA was established in 1993

The South African Sociological Association is committed to a democratic South Africa, where all enjoy economic, political and social justice and freedom from all forms of discrimination on the basis of religion, nationality, race and gender.

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