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  1. An object-oriented approach to the privacy problems posed by digital information and communication technologies
    Whittaker, Louise, 2017-02-09T09:47:08Z
    A research report submitted to the faculty of humanities, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts Applied ethics for professionals Johannesburg ...
  2. Striving towards ‘perfection’?: investigating the consumption of self-help media texts by black South Africans in post-apartheid
    Rens, Simphiwe Emmanuel, 2017-02-10T07:41:08Z
    Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements of the degree Master of Arts (Media Studies) Department of Media Studies School of Literature, Language and Media Faculty of Humanities University of the Witwatersrand ...
  3. Die onderwys van Geskiedenis in die middelbare skool
    Havinga, Johannes Frederik Eloff, 2017-02-10T06:49:55Z
    Die geskiedenis mag wel nie direk in tasbare dinge omgesit word nie, tog verryk dit die lewe met dinge wat nie deur ‘n ander vak verskaf kan word nie. Net soos filosofie en kuns ‘n sekere vorming aan die mens gee, so bring geskiedenis sy besondere vorming. Om geskiedenis van die jeug te onthou, sou ...
  4. Identity development of the incarcerated adolescent : a comparitive analysis
    Peacock, R., 2017-02-10T10:27:01Z
    The plight of the incarcerated adolescent has been mostly ignored throughout the centuries. Adolescence is perceived as the most critical developmental stage to achieve a personal identity, necessitated by the need to acquire new coping skills, particularly, in a complex society undergoing large ...
  5. Modelling an innovative approach to intermediality within visual art practice in South Africa
    Miller, Gwenneth, 2017-02-13T13:06:29Z
    The study is practice-led in visual art and it explores the impact of intermediality to validate that new knowledge emerges via processes that lead to possibilities of transformative hybridity. Intermediality was established and generated through a productive reciprocity between practice and theory ...
  6. Citizenship crisis or xenophobia?:a critical analysis of service delivery protest in South Africa
    Tirivangasi, H. M., 2017-02-13T07:57:04Z, SAAPAM (South African Association of Public Administration and Management)
    Article ...
  7. The correlation between levels of physical activity, academic performance and self-esteem in Grade 4 children in a South African private school
    Dryden, Loraine, 2017-02-13T06:07:05Z, University of Pretoria
    The study of self-esteem has spanned more than a century, with theorists approaching it from many and varied standpoints. This study aimed to examine the relationship between physical activity, self-esteem and academic achievement in grade 4 children at a private school in South Africa. A correlati ...
  8. Collaborations between music therapist and parents to transfer music therapy activities into the home context for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Tracey, Kerryn A., 2017-02-13T06:07:35Z, University of Pretoria
    This qualitative research study explored areas of similarity and contrast between a music therapy student"s interpretations of selected audiovisual excerpts from music therapy sessions with a child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and his parent"s interpretations of the same. A further feature ...
  9. Group Music Therapy as an intervention for the negative symptoms of schizophrenia in forensic adult clients in a psychiatric hospital
    Muirhead, Bruce M., 2017-02-13T06:08:05Z, University of Pretoria
    A mixed-methods approach was utilised in order to explore the impact of group Music Therapy on the negative symptoms of forensic clients with schizophrenia. Eight participants were involved in this exploratory study at Valkenberg hospital in the Western Cape, South Africa. The Music Therapy interven ...
  10. Music Therapy in home based settings: Relationship between clients with Cerebral Vascular Accident and their caretakers
    Brown, Estine, 2017-02-13T06:09:06Z, University of Pretoria
    Cerebral Vascular Accident is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Most people who have suffered from a CVA are cared for at home by a caregiver who is usually a close relative or friend. The aim of this study was to explore the role that music therapy sessions could play in enhancing ...