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us: Cooper, David (David M.)

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    • us: Cooper, D. M. (David M.)
    • us: Cooper, Dave, 1948-
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    • found: How urban workers in Botswana manage their cattle and lands, 1980: t.p. (David Cooper) in bibliography, p. 151 (Cooper, D.M.; lists Rural-urban migration and female-headed households in Botswana towns)
    • found: A study of the effects of urbanisation on the health of women in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, 1990: p. 1(Dr David Cooper of the Dept. of Sociology at University of Cape Town; did research in Botswana) bibliog. (lists Rural-urban migraiton and female-headed households in Botswana towns)
    • found: The skewed revolution, 2001: t.p. (David Cooper) p. 4 of cover (Dept. of Sociology, University of Cape Town; assoc. prof., faculty of education, University of the Western Cape; senior research assoc., Education Policy Unit) bibl., p. 283 (also author of Science and technology, a hidden crisis, 1994)
    • found: Arrighi and Saul's labour aristocracy revisited, 1983: t.p. (Dave Copoer, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cape Town)
    • found: SANB, viewed online 1 Nov. 2008 (hdg. for The skewed revolution: Cooper, David, 1948 June 6- )
    • found: Curriculum vitae, available online via web site of University of Cape Town, viewed 1 Nov. 2008 (David Michael Cooper, aged 59; B.Sc. elec. eng., Univ. of Cape Town, 1970; Ph.D., sociology, Univ. of Birmingham, 1981; at Univ. of Cape Town since 1981; no mention of work at Environmental and Development Agency)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Not same as Cooper, David, author of Potential business opportunities created by future rural development initiatives in South Africa; Water, waste and wildlife; Sustainable development, agriculture and energy]
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    • 1984-09-10: new
    • 2008-11-02: revised
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