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  1. Discursive constructs of abortion amongst a group of male and female students at the University of the Witwatersrand.
    Ronco, Chandelle, 2014-02-27T08:52:02Z
    Abortion is a very controversial topic and over the years, many different attitudes have been formed around it. Previous studies have looked at people’s attitudes towards abortion in relation to gender, age, race, socio-economic background, religion, education and even marital status. The current st ...
  2. Parents" personality and parents" perceptions of the parent-child relationship as a predictor of social competence in young children.
    Pillay, Levandri, 2014-02-27T09:39:37Z
    Early childhood represents a critical period for the development of social skills and abilities that enhance social competence. One of the main aspects that contribute to this development is the parent-child relationship. The purpose of this study is to explore this area of the parent-child relation ...
  3. Governance and service delivery protest in Bitou Municipality
    Mkhabela, Thulani Valentine, 2014-02-27T10:48:11Z
    Thesis (M.M. (Security))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, Graduate School of Public and Development Management, 2013. ...
  4. Working ourselves to happiness: finding meaning at work through coaching in South Africa
    Bailes, Silvia Ana, 2014-02-27T11:46:06Z
    Thesis (M.M. (Business Executive Coaching))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, Graduate School of Business Administration, 2013. ...
  5. An assessment of the clinical application and utility of the Babinski sign using objective kinematic and electromyographic methods
    Dafkin, Chloe Lynn, 2014-02-27T13:04:13Z
    Thesis (M.Sc.(Med.))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 2013. ...
  6. Intra-ethnic conflict in the Sekhukhune District Municipality in Limpopo Province, South Africa
    Phala, Phiroane Anthony, 2014-02-28T10:46:54Z
    The failure by the world bodies to provide regime systems that guarantee minority protection is not only due to shortcomings in the peace building processes, but the overall situation based on colonial structural bearings. In the domain of human rights and political freedom; the fundamental prin ...
  7. Urbanization and poverty in Maseru : a comparative study of Sekamaneng, Motimposo and Thibella.
    Motsoene, Keneuoe A,, 2014-03-03T06:09:51Z
    In the six decades since the mid 20th century, the world has experienced phenomenal urban growth, especially in the developing world. This growth has been closely associated with increasing levels of poverty and deprivation characterized by lack of access to safe water supplies, proper sanitation an ...
  8. Integrating reporting : an analysis of the extent of social environmental and ethical matters in corporate reporting.
    Carels, Candice Melissa, 2014-03-03T08:04:15Z
    Stakeholders are questioning the relevance and reliability of annual financial reports and their ability to provide sufficient insight to enable decisions about an organisation’s ability to operate sustainably in the future. This is especially concerning given the increasing challenges, which includ ...
  9. Clearing the confusion : the roles of local formal institutions in regulating firewood harvesting in Bushbuckridge, South Africa.
    Findlay, Sarah Jane, 2014-03-03T08:24:05Z
    From pre-colonial leadership through to the Apartheid regime, local traditional authorities played an essential role in natural resource management throughout rural South Africa. The advent of democracy in 1994, however, generated much confusion over the modern function of traditional leaders in man ...