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  1. Linking land reform and rural development to poverty alleviation in the rural areas
    Makgata, Makgorometje Augustine, 2014-05-22T08:23:19Z
    The issue of rural poverty is deeply rooted in the skewed distribution of the resources in the rural areas. The majority of rural people do not have access to the basic services like health, water, electricity, education etc. the inequalities constitute a barrier to progress, and indeed there is ...
  2. The cognitive consequences of the disruption of school
    Makoe, Patricia, 2014-05-22T08:40:14Z
    This research report attempts to establish the cognitive consequences of the disruption of schooling. Specifically the report investigates Vygotsky and Luna’s claim that formal schooling necessarily produces scientific concepts in learners, by examining the performance of learners who had been su ...
  3. Attributional style and academic achievement in a sample of black primary school children
    Mayer, Aliza, 2014-05-23T07:37:17Z
    This study examined the role that attributional style played in the academic achievement and school performance of a sample of 150 black primary school learners in grades 5 and 6 in an inner city school in the Johannesburg area. The Children’s Attributional Style Questionnaire (CASQ, 1984) was ad ...
  4. Streptococcus pneumoniae and haemophilus influenzae type B carriage in infants presenting to Zola Community Health Centre for routine immunization
    Mbelle, Nontombi Marylucy, 2014-05-23T07:56:35Z
    Acute respiratory tract infections are the most common cause o f illness and death in the pediatric population worldwide. It is estimated that 70 - 80% o f severe pneumonias in Africa are caused by S.pnewnoniae (the pneumococcus) followed by H. influenzae type b. Surveillance reveals that drug re ...
  5. The development of a community-based, problem-based learning curriculum in the undergraduate degree in nursing with special emphasis on the child-bearing women in women"s health
    Mc Inerney, Patricia Anne-Marie, 2014-05-23T11:36:49Z
    A conceptual framework was developed based on Fawcett’s conceptual framework and Stufflebeam’s Decision Making Model. The merging of the concepts of the framework and the model gave rise to the concepts of the research model, viz. environment, registered midwife, curriculum and outcome. These con ...
  6. The congruency between home and school literacy practices in a South African primary school
    McNamara, Lynne, 2014-05-27T06:29:43Z
    South Africa has undergone widespread changes in the educationni system and previously racially segregated schools have been opened to all races unce the early 1990"s. The new multi-cultural composition of many suburban schools has raised the question of the extent of congruence between school li ...
  7. The attitudes of teachers and senior pupils towards Xhosa grammar in Alice and Zwelitsha schools
    Mdaka, Vivienne Nomafa, 2014-05-27T07:44:28Z
    This study focussed on the attitudes of senior pupils and teachers towards the teaching and learning of Xhosa grammar in Alice and Zwelitsha schools, in the Eastern Cape Province. Its aims were to establish the attitudes of teachers and pupils towards Xhosa gramm ar, to investigate factors th at ...
  8. The role of interleukin-8 in the immunopathogenesis of HIV-1 disease and tuberculosis
    Meddows-Taylor, Stephen, 2014-05-27T07:57:20Z
    Interleukin-8 (IL-8), a member of the C-X-C chemokine subfamily, is an important chemoattractant and cellular activator. This study was conducted to determine the role of IL-8 in the immunopathogenesis of HIV-I disease and tuberculosis. The first section involved determining the effect of infecti ...
  9. School-focussed staff development: opportunities and challenges: a case study
    Meer, Naeem Suliaman, 2014-05-28T08:53:52Z
    This report sets oat to establish the need for a school-focussed staff development programme within South African schools given the changing educational imperatives in teacher education. It challenges the notion that a person with a university degree or teaching certificate is equipped for lifelon ...
  10. The Western canon in a multicultural education system for South Africa
    Meyer, Beryl Patricia, 2014-05-28T08:58:06Z
    This report confronts the issue of the globalisation of European culture and its significance for the Western canon in South African education. It considers the difficulty of defending the canon as cultural resource for a local minority while avoiding the imposition of the globally dominant Anglo ...