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  1. Talking about teams within a team building context : a discourse analytic study
    Chapman-Blair, Sharon, 2002
    This research initiative responds to some of the issues raised by theoretical challenges leveled at Industrial Psychology (postmodernism), and practical challenges in the workplace (the use of teams) by investigating notions of what a team is via the postmodern methodology of discourse analysis. The ...
  2. The changing knowledge and expectations of public health nurses in a HIV/AIDS training programme for managers.
    Harry, Karuna, 2000
    This research project examined the changing expectations and knowledge of Managers in the Department of Health who attended the Sexual Health Counselling Project offered by Rhodes University, East London, South Africa. These managers came from contexts in which the hierarchical medical model is firm ...
  3. Toni Morrison and the literary canon : whiteness, blackness, and the construction of racial identity
    Phiri, Aretha Myrah Muterakuvanthu, 2011
    Toni Morrison, in Playing in the Dark, observes the pervasive silence that surrounds race in nineteenth-century canonical literature. Observing the ways in which the “Africanist” African-American presence pervades this literature, Morrison has called for an investigation of the ways in which whitene ...
  4. Cointegration in equity markets : a comparison between South African and major developed and emerging markets
    Petrov, Pavel, 2011
    Cointegration has important implications for portfolio diversification. One of these is that in order to spread risk it is advisable to invest in markets that are not cointegrated. Over the last several decades communication technology has made the world a smaller place and hence cointegration in ...
  5. Induced plant responses of different Lantana camara L. (Verbenaceae) varieties to herbivory by Falconia intermedia (distant) (Hemiptera: Miridae)
    Heshula, Unathi-Nkosi Lelethu Peter, 2009
    A highly variable invasive shrub, Lantana camara L. (Verbenaceae), has been notoriously difficult to control thus far despite a well established biological control programme in South Africa. A promising leaf-feeding biological control agent, Falconia intermedia (Distant) (Hemiptera: Miridae), relea ...
  6. Control and authenticity : reflections on personal autonomy
    Paphitis, Sharli Anne, 2011
    Currently the most influential accounts of personal autonomy, at least in the Englishspeaking world, focus on providing conditions under which agents can be said to exercise self-control. Two distinct accounts of personal autonomy have emerged in this tradition: firstly, hierarchical models ground ...
  7. A comparison of the views of South African and American photojournalists to the digital manipulation of news photographs
    Cass, Taryn May, 1998
    Digital technology has now become pervasive at most publications in South Africa and in America. Pictures are routinely digitised by publications for ease of handling in the layout process, and this makes it relatively easy to alter or manipulate the pictures using computer software programmes. This ...
  8. Negotiating sexuality in Grahamstown East : young black women"s experiences of relationships in the context of HIV risk
    Clüver, Frances Rose Mannix, 2010
    Adolescent sexual health has been identified as a significant health and development problem facing South Africa. Limited amounts of research on sexual interactions have been undertaken, with information on adolescents’ romantic relationships being particularly scarce. Qualitative research needs to ...
  9. Settler women"s experiences of fear, illness and isolation, with particular reference to the Eastern Cape Frontier, 1820-1890
    Dampier, Helen, 2000
    This thesis is an exploration of diaries and letters written by middle-class English-speaking settler women living on the Eastern Cape frontier between 1820 and 1890. By according primacy to these women’s experiences and perceptions, it aims for a greater understanding of women’s encounters with the ...