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  1. The Bender Gestalt Test : an investigation into problems concerning administration and scoring and its application to low-educated adults
    Dyall, Kate, 1996
    The study investigates .the use of the Bender Gestalt Test (BGT) amongst low-educated adults. Three versions of the BGT are used in this study; the original "copy" version as well as the "immediate" and "delayed"recall versions. This is done so as to expand the ability of the BGT to identify neurolo ...
  2. Glycerol production by Dunaliella species in saline waste water treatment
    Emmett, Robyn Angela, 1996
    In recent years, much research has focused on Algal High Rate Oxidation Ponds as both an economic means for wastewater treatment and as a system for the mass production of algae. With the advent of these systems for the treatment of saline organic effluents, the extreme halophile, Dunaliella salina ...
  3. Virtual sculpting : an investigation of directly manipulated free-form deformation in a virtual environment
    Gain, James Edward, 1996
    This thesis presents a Virtual Sculpting system, which addresses the problem of Free-Form Solid Modelling. The disparate elements of a Polygon-Mesh representation, a Directly Manipulated Free-Form Deformation sculpting tool, and a Virtual Environment are drawn into a cohesive whole under the mantle ...
  4. Research and development of a preliminary South African voluntary carbon standard for landscape restoration projects
    Curran, Patrick, 2012
    The mandatory and voluntary carbon markets have both developed around the increasing trade of carbon offsets. In order to add legitimacy to an otherwise intangible commodity there has been a rise in the development of third party carbon certification standards, particularly in the voluntary market. ...
  5. The alternative press in Namibia, 1960-1990
    Heuva, William Edward, 1997
    The study seeks to document the development of the alternative press in Namibia from 1960 to 1990. It traces the reasons for its emergence and outlines the stated aims and objectives in order to illustrate its attempts to nurture a culture - of colonial resistance. It is argued that structural facto ...
  6. Asleep in a glass coffin : fairy tales as illuminating attitudes to women in the novels of Charles Dickens
    Daly, Robyn Anne, 1996
    The field of research of this thesis covers three main areas: the novels of Charles Dickens; fairy tales and storytelling; and notions of women as reflected in feminist literary theory. A reading of selected novels by Dickens provides the primary source. That he copiously drew on fairy tales has be ...
  7. Securitisation and its application to low cost housing finance in South Africa
    Zimbwa, Allan Golden, 2007
    Section 26 of the Constitution of South Africa Act 108 of 1996 provides that housing is a basic human right and that the government must take reasonable legislative and other measures to achieve the realisation of this right. A number of measures were taken to try to resolve this socio-economic iss ...
  8. Aspects of the physiology of the South African abalone, Haliotis Midae L., and implications for intensive abalone culture
    Lyon, Robert Gary, 1996
    A physiological study was carried out to determine the effects of temperature, quantity of food fed, feeding activity and size class on the oxygen consumption and ammonia production of the South African abalone Haliotis midae L.. A set of intermittent flow respirometer chambers were used in a recirc ...
  9. Developing self-regulated learning through the use of meta-cognitive strategies in adventure-based activities
    Galbraith, Ian William, 2006
    This research investigates the benefits of adventure-based activities used as a learning experience at school level. In order to scientifically investigate these benefits the study is located at a school where an adventure-based programme is being developed as part of the school"s curriculum. This ...