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Periodical articleMetcalfe, Anthea and Cock, Jacklyn (2010)
See this publicationPublic sociology and the transformation of the university
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #72-73. p. 66-85.

Periodical articleBezuidenhout, Andries and Cock, Jacklyn (2009)
See this publicationCorporate power, society and the environment: a case study of ArcelorMittal South Africa
Abstract presentTransformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. #69. p. 81-105.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (2007)
Sustainable development or environmental justice: questions for the South African labour movement from the Steel Valley struggle
Labour, Capital and Society. Volume 40 #1-2. p. 36-55.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (2005)
Engendering Gay and Lesbian Rights: The Equality Clause in the South African Constitution
In: Hoad, Neville and Martin, Karen and Reid, Graeme (eds.). Sex and Politics in South Africa. Cape Town: Double Storey Books. p. 188-209.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (2005)
See this publicationReflections on the Relationship between Rhodes University and the Wider Society, 1977-1981
African Sociological Review. Volume 9 #1. p. 89-96.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (2005)
See this publication'Guards and Guns': Towards Privatised Militarism in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Journal of Southern African Studies. Volume 31 #4. December. p. 791-803.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (2003)
See this publicationEngendering Gay and Lesbian Rights: The Equality Clause in the South African Constitution
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 26 #1. January. p. 35-45.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn and Bernstein, A. (2001)
Gender Differences: Struggles Around 'Needs' and 'Rights' in South Africa
NWSA Journal. Volume 13 #3. p. 138-152.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn and Fig, David (2001)
See this publicationThe Impact of Globalisation on Environmental Politics in South Africa, 1990-2002
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 5 #2. p. 15-35.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1998)
See this publicationThe feminist challenge to militarism
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #36. p. 27-39.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn and Bernstein, Alison (1998)
See this publicationDiversity and disadvantage: feminist perspectives from the USA and South Africa
Abstract presentPolitikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. Volume 25 #2. p. 17-29.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1997)
Women in South Africa's Transition to Democracy
In: Scott, Joan W. (ed.). Transitions, Environments, Translations: Feminisms in International Politics. New York/London: Routledge. p. 310-333.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1996)
See this publicationThe Link between Security and Development: The Problem of Light Weapons Proliferation in Southern Africa
African Security Review. Volume 5 #5. p. 4-22.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1995)
Forging a New Army Out of Old Enemies: Women in the South African Military
Women's Studies Quarterly. Volume 23 #3-4. Fall. p. 97.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1994)
Women and the Military: Implications for Demilitarization in the 1990s in South Africa
Gender and Society. Volume 8 #2. June. p. 152-169.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1993)
The Social Integration of Demobilised Soldiers in Contemporary South Africa
Southern African Defence Review. #12.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1993)
See this publicationThe Place of Gender in a Demilitarisation Agenda
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #16. p. 49-55.

BookCock, Jacklyn (1992)
Women and War in South Africa
London: Open Letters. 254p.

BookCock, Jacklyn (1992)
Colonels and Cadres: War and Gender in South Africa
Oxford: Oxford University Press. Contemporary South African Debates Series. 264p.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1992)
Feminism and Militarism: Some Questions Raised by the Gulf War
Southern African Defence Review. #6.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1991)
Putting Women on the Agenda
In: Bazilli, Susan (ed.). Putting Women on the Agenda. Johannesburg: Raven Press. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. p. 27-32.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1990)
Alone on Death Row: The Case of Eveline de Bruin
Feminist Forum: Newsletter of the Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 13 #3. p. 2-6.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1990)
Domestic Service and Education for Domesticity: The Incorporation of Xhosa Women into Colonial Society
In: Walker, Cherryl (ed.). Women and Gender in Southern Africa to 1945. London: James Currey. Cape Town: David Philip. p. 3-96.

Periodical articleCock, J. (1989)
See this publication'What is progressive feminism?' Questions raised by the life of Jane Waterston (1843-1932)
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #5. p. 1-16.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1989)
Manpower and Militarisation: Women and the South African Defence Forces (SADF)
In: Cock, Jacklyn and Nathan, L. (eds.). War and Society: The Militarisation of South Africa. Cape Town: David Philip. p. 51-66.

BookCock, Jacklyn (1989)
Maid and Madams: Domestic Workers under Apartheid
London: Women's Press. 206p.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1989)
See this publicationKeeping the Fires Burning: Militarism and the Politics of Gender in South Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 16 #45-46. p. 50-64.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1988)
See this publicationKeeping the Fires Burning: Women and Militarisation in South Africa
South African Sociological Review. Volume 1 #1. p. 1-22.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn (1988)
Trapped Workers: The Case of Domestic Servants in South Africa
In: Stichter, Sharon B. and Parpart, Jane L. (eds.). Patriarchy and Class: African Women in the Home and the Workforce. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. p. 205-219.

Conference paperCock, Jacklyn (1988)
Keeping the Home Fires Burning: Militarisation and the Politics of Gender in South Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Sociology in Southern Africa. Durban: University of Durban-Westville.

Book chapterCock, Jacklyn and Emdon, E. (1987)
'Let Me Make History Please': The Story of Johanna Masileta, Childminder
In: Bozzoli, Belinda (ed.). Class, Community and Conflict: South African Perspectives. Johannesburg: Raven Press. p. 457-478.

BookCock, Jacklyn (1987)
Keeping the Fires Burning: Militarisation and the Politics of Gender in South Africa
Johannesburg: University of Witwatersrand, African Studies Institute. 65p.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1987)
Trapped Workers - Constraints and Contradictions Experienced by Black Women in Contemporary South Africa
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 10 #2. p. 133-140.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn and Emdon, Erica and Klugman, Barbara (1985)
Childcare and the working mother
Abstract presentAfrica Perspective. #26. p. 29-60.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1981)
See this publicationDisposable Nannies: Domestic Servants in the Political Economy of South Africa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 8 #21. May-September. p. 63-83.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1980)
Deference and dependence: a note of the self imagery of domestic workers
Abstract presentSouth African Labour Bulletin. Volume 6 #1. p. 9-12.

Periodical articleCock, Jacklyn (1980)
Domesticity and domestication: a note on the articulation of sexual ideology and the initial incorporation of black women into wage labour
Abstract presentAfrica Perspective. #13. p. 16-26.

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