Papers

We provide here a list of our papers on the micro-ecological aspects of contact and segregation. Tredoux and Dixon (submitted), Dixon, Tredoux and Clack (2005) and Dixon (2001) introduce some our project’s central themes. The other papers provide illustrative case studies located across a range of contexts.

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  • Alexander, L. (2007). Invading pure space: Disrupting ‘black’ and ‘white’ racially homogenized spaces. South African Journal of Psychology, 37, 738-754.
  • Clack, B. Dixon, J.A., Tredoux, C. (2005). Eating together apart: Patterns of segregation in a multiethnic cafeteria. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 14, 1-16.
  • Dixon, J.A. (2001). Contact and boundaries: ‘Locating’ the social psychology of intergroup relations. Theory and Psychology, 11, 587-608.
  • Dixon, J.A.& Durrheim, K. (2003). Contact and the ecology of racial division: Some varieties of informal segregation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 1-23.
  • Dixon, J.A., Tredoux, C. & Clack, B. (2005). On the micro-ecology of racial division: A neglected dimension of segregation. South African Journal of Psychology, 35, 395-411.
  • Durrheim, K. & Dixon, J.A. (2001). The role of place and metaphor in racial exclusion: South Africa’s beaches as sites of shifting racialisation. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 24, 433-450.
  • Durrheim, K. & Dixon, J.A. (2005). Racial Encounter: The Social Psychology of Desegregation. London: Psychology Press.
  • Durrheim, K. & Dixon, J.A. (2005). Studying talk and embodied practices: Towards a psychology of the materiality of ‘race relations’. Journal of Applied Community and Social Psychology, 15, 446-460.
  • Koen, J. & Durrheim, K. (submitted). Social Forces.
  • Schrieff, L. Tredoux, C., Dixon, J.A., & Finchilescu, G. (2005). Racial contact and seating patterns in university dining halls. South African Journal of Psychology, 35, 433-443.
  • Tredoux, C. & Dixon, J. (submitted). Mapping the multiple contexts of racial isolation: Some reflections of the concept of scale in segregation research. Urban Studies.
  • Tredoux, C., Dixon, J, Underwood, S., Nunez, D., & Finchilescu, G., (2005). Methods for the naturalistic study of contact and segregation in informal social spaces. South African Journal of Psychology, 35, 412-432.
  • Tredoux, C.G., Dixon, J.A. & Durrheim, K.L. (2017). Inter-racial contact among university and school youth in post-apartheid South Africa. Chapter in : A. Rutland, D. Nesdale, & C. Spears-Brown (Eds). The Wiley Handbook of Group Processes in Children and Adolescents. New York: Wiley.