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  1. Dominance and submission: how peer groups in South African secondary schools construct and utilise peer networks
    Hiralal, Keemanthla Hemraj, 2009-10-16T07:43:53Z
    Careful observation of learners by the researcher and constant complaints from educators about the learners" behaviour in school and attitude towards school prompted the researcher to investigate learner behaviour and discipline in a few schools. The researcher researched this problem from the persp ...
  2. Factors to be considered in designing a comprehensive syllabus for English Second Language learners (ESL), with reference to learners in KwaZulu-Natal, North coast
    Gazu, Khulekani Amegius, 2009-10-16T07:44:46Z
    The post 1994 era in South Africa has been characterized by rampant change. During this age of transition, almost every aspect of social life has seen new institutions and structures being put in place to redress the injustices and imbalances of the apartheid system. Education has not been an except ...
  3. Guidelines for multicultural education in integrated schools with specific reference to the South African context
    Enoch, Sharon D., 2009-10-16T07:45:07Z
    South Africa hails from a legacy of racial discrimination and other related forms of discriminatory practices. In the decades prior to the democratic elections of 1994, race separation was the defining feature of schooling. However, post-democracy, racial integration became the defining feature. Rac ...
  4. Holiness and humanism: a comparative-religions commentary on book 2 of Cicero’s laws, with special reference to Confucianism and Chinese thought
    Weaver-Hudson, John, 2009-10-16T07:45:18Z
    After a brief introduction, a new translation of De Legibus II, and prolegomenal remarks, the commentary discusses in Cicero"s sequence: how place connects to ancient times and traditions (4), God"s Law and his judgment on human laws (5-6), tension between Roman religion and Greek philosophy (7), a ...
  5. Household livelihood: the church"s coping strategies against the impact of HIV and AIDS on the female-headed households in the KwaDlangezwa Area
    Maduka, C.J., 2009-10-16T07:45:49Z
    The research concerns the role the Church can play in mitigating the impact of HiV and AIDS on the female-headed households in KwaDalngezwa. This is considered through the use of livelihood activities. The first chapter gives an overview of the whole research. The chapter shows the essence and impor ...
  6. Oribi Gorge as a tourist attraction: assessment and prospects
    Gobhozi, Musawenkosi Carlyle, 2009-10-16T07:45:58Z
    The study on assessment and prospects of Oribi Gorge as a tourist attraction was conducted against the background that, in spite of the fact that South Africa is blessed with accessible wildlife, varied and impressive scenery, unspoiled wilderness areas; she has not yet been able to realise her full ...
  7. Psychological, physical and social well-being in an individual and team sport: a phenomenological and quantitative study
    Davidson, Dale, 2009-10-16T07:46:06Z
    The purpose of this study was to investigate psychological, physical and social well being in a team and an individual sport. It has been contextualized within a broader public health paradigm with special reference to health and sport psychology. This new paradigm re-establishes a balanced view of ...
  8. Reading between the lines: the conceptual basis of reading in knowledge construction
    Govindsamy, Nalini Devi, 2009-10-16T07:46:15Z
    In this dissertation the researcher examines the primary and contributing fac¬tors which can be identified that affect the reading capabilities of learners in grades 3, 6, 9, and 12. This research focuses on an investigation to determine whether the inter¬related factors co-determine problems that S ...
  9. Resilience in bereaved Zulu families
    Mbizana, Clifford, 2009-10-16T07:47:04Z
    This study investigated resilience factors in thirty bereaved Zulu families who lost a family member between one and four years prior to the study. The researcher used self-report questionnaires to access an array of information that could not be accessed through direct observations. In each family, ...
  10. Resilience in Swazi families in which a member has passed on
    Mngomezulu, Thanduxolo, 2009-10-16T07:47:18Z
    The purpose of the study was to identify resilient factors in thirty Swazi families who had experienced death of their member. The researcher used a questionnaire that included qualitative components as well as the following measurement scales: Social Support Index, Relative and Friend Support index ...