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  1. Learning styles of urban and rural black South African children
    Meyerowitz, Gabrielle, 2014-05-28T09:02:26Z
    The learning styles of 30 urban and 30 rural black children were rated by their teachers, using the Learning Style Identification Inventory. The results obtained frtiin the teachers of the rural sample were found to be inaccurate. It was therefore not possible to make comparisons with previous fi ...
  2. The value of cerebrospinal fluid leukocyte aggregation in distinguishing the causes of meningitis in children
    Michelow, Ian C, 2014-05-28T09:14:32Z
    We evaluated a previously proposed method to distinguish bacterial from viral or aseptic meningitis. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) samples from 109 children with meningitis (67 bacterial, 23 viral and 19 aseptic) were compared on the basis of a predefined leukocyte aggregation score (LAS). The median ...
  3. The effect of the gonial angle, ramus length, age and gender on the temporomandibular opening index
    Moipolai, Pusetso, 2014-05-30T07:22:49Z
    Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMD) are the most common chronic pain conditions in the dental population. The cardinal signs and symptoms of these disorders are pain in orofacial muscles and / or joints; joint sounds; and limitation o f mandibular movement. Limitation of mandibular mo ...
  4. Non-formal, christian religious education for adults at a local Charismatic church on the Witwatersrand
    Mitchell, J, 2014-05-30T11:59:09Z
    The case study, presented in this report, is concerned with a particular form of adult education, namely, non-formal, adult Christian religious education - a form of education associated with local churches and which is provided by certain of them, usually on a parttime basis, throughout the year ...
  5. The estimation of AIDS-related deaths amongst the black population of South Africa and the impact on the ASSA AIDS model
    Mitchell, Julie-Anne, 2014-05-30T12:11:41Z
    This dissertation reviews the AIDS epidemic in South Africa. The mathematical structures o f various AIDS models are compared. The model produced by the Actuarial Society o f South Africa is outlined in detail as it is accessible, o f recent origin and in use. Existing models are based on HIV pre ...
  6. Vacuum boiling of water in a steam jet refrigeration system
    Mitchley, Stephen Ronald, 2014-05-30T12:21:33Z
    This experim ental project aims to describe the influencing factors in the vacuum boiling o f w ater in w ater vapour refrigeration system s Testing was conducted using a 2 kW three-stage steam je t ejector system, w ith barom etric condensers, as the com pression device. Three direct-contact eva ...
  7. A study on men"s perceptions of the effects of HIV / AIDS on childbearing in an informal settlement in Francistown (Botswana)
    Mmusi, Tinaye Sonto, 2014-06-05T07:32:33Z
    The study sought to establish m en’s perceptions o f the effects of Human Immunodeficiency V irus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) on childbearing in an informal settlement in Francistown (Botswana). The survey method was employed. Systematic random sampling was used to obtain the sa ...
  8. Paralegal training in Lesotho
    Mokhothu, Limakatso, 2014-06-05T07:48:42Z
    This study examines how paralegal training in Lesotho was designed and managed. It analyses the content of the training and methods used. An assessment is made of how the participants used the training in the field. Since the inception of paralegal training in 1993 in Lesotho, no systematic and c ...
  9. Can newborn infants safely be discharged at lower weights from hospital care
    Mokhachane, Mantoa, 2014-06-05T07:56:43Z
    At the neonatal unit at Baragwanath Hospital, 22% of aM admissions weighed less than 1500g at birth at the time of the study. This group of babies are responsible for a formidable part of both the workload and" expenditure of any neonatal unit The earlier discharge of these babies offers signifi ...