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2019
1 Holte, Bjørn Hallstein; Swart, Ignatius; Hiilamo, Heikki Tuomas.
The NEET concept in comparative youth research: the Nordic countries and South Africa. Journal of Youth Studies 2019 ;Volume 22.(2) p. -
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2 Rabe, Marlize; Swart, Ignatius; Beer, Stephan.
Hope for a Better Future: Young People’s (im)Mobility in Pretoria Central, South Africa. I: Youth, Inequality and Social Change in the Global South. Springer Nature 2019 ISBN 978-981-13-3749-9. p. 163-178
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3 Swart, Ignatius.
Mainline churches and the prospects of a reviving Kairos consciousness: Reflecting on religious and social change as a research focus in post-apartheid South Africa. I: Reformation in the Context of World Christianity : Theological, political and social interactions between Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe. Harrassowitz Verlag 2019 ISBN 978-3-447-11292-5. p. 97-116
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4 Swart, Ignatius; Rabe, Marlize; Beer, Stephan.
Young people at the margins in pretoria central: Are the faith-based organisations making a difference?. HTS Theological Studies 2019 ;Volume 75.(4) p. 1-12
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5 Swart, Ignatius; Ter Haar, Gerrie.
From social capital to religious social capital: Towards addressing the missing element of religious ritual. I: Bonding in Worship: A Ritual Lens on Social Capital in African Independent Churches in South Africa. Peeters Publishers 2019 ISBN 978-90-429-3833-5. p. 47-70
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6 Wepener, Cas; Swart, Ignatius; ter Haar, Gerrie; Barnard, Marcel.
Bonding in Worship: A Ritual Lens on Social Capital in African Independent Churches in South Africa. Peeters Publishers 2019 (ISBN 978-90-429-3833-5) 333 p.
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7 Wepener, Cas; Swart, Ignatius; Ter Haar, Gerrie; Barnard, Marcel.
Introduction: A ritual lens on social capital. I: Bonding in Worship: A Ritual Lens on Social Capital in African Independent Churches in South Africa. Peeters Publishers 2019 ISBN 978-90-429-3833-5. p. 1-24
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2018
8 Swart, Ignatius.
Youth marginalisation as a faith-based concern in contemporary South African society: Introducing a research contribution. HTS Theological Studies 2018 ;Volume 74.(3) p. 1-8
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2017
9 Agbiji, Obaji M.; Swart, Ignatius.
In the wake of overt religiosity: A critical and appreciative perspective on religion as a force for social transformation and development in African society. I: Wealth, Health, and Hope in African Christian Religion: The Search for Abundant Life. Lexington Books 2017 ISBN 9781498561273. p. 265-294
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10 Swart, Ignatius.
Social Capital, Religious Social Capital and the Missing Element of Religious Ritual. Religion and Theology: A Journal of Contemporary Religous Discourse 2017 ;Volume 24.(3-4) p. 221-249
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2016
11 Swart, Ignatius.
Relating to the Poor: Conceptualizations of Christian Diaconal Practice Considered Through the Lens of Human Dignity. Diaconia. Journal for the Study of Christian Social Practice 2016 ;Volume 7.(1) p. 3-26
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12 Swart, Ignatius; Adogame, Afe.
Engaging development: Contributions to a critical theological and religious debate. HTS Theological Studies 2016 ;Volume 72.(4) p. 1-
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13 Swart, Ignatius; Holte, Bjørn Hallstein.
Understanding youth marginalisation through NEET: A South African – Nordic European exchange of perspectives. Diaconia in Dialogue: The Challenges of Diversifying Contexts; 2016-09-16 - 2016-09-16
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14 Swart, Ignatius; Nell, Elsabé.
Religion and development: The rise of a bibliography. HTS Theological Studies 2016 ;Volume 72.(4)
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