Dr Mark Ingle

The devil is in the detail: An analysis of the DBSA’s ‘Access to Sanitation’ indicator

Ingle, M (2009), The devil is in the detail: An analysis of the DBSA’s ‘Access to Sanitation’ indicator, The Journal of Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa, 5(2) 217-229. Abstract When using indicator values to measure change over an interval of time, the general understanding of the factor being analysed may have been modified during the […]

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The Free State Roots of International Tourism Research

Ingle, M (2006), “The Free State Roots of International Tourism Research: The Case of Prof AJ Norval”, in South African Geographical Journal, vol. 88, no. 1, pp. 79-87.   ABSTRACT Research linking South Africa’s tourism industry with development is generally reckoned to be a fairly recent phenomenon. In the mid-1930s, however, two seminal works were […]

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The Subaru Fauresmith 200 km Challenge

Ingle, Mark (2008), “The Subaru Fauresmith 200 km Challenge: Looking a Gift-horse in the Mouth?”, in Africa Insight, vol. 38, no.3, pp. 86-99.   Abstract This article describes an equestrian sport known as ‘endurance riding.’ It focuses on the Subaru Fauresmith 200km Challenge, which is held every year in the small southern Free State town […]

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What Price Developmental Land-use in South Africa?

Ingle, M (2006), “What Price Developmental Land-use in South Africa?: paying lip service to law”, Journal of Public Administration 41(4):750-760.   Contact the author on vdpost2002@yahoo.com.    

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