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  1. SIP-based content development for wireless mobile devices with delay constraints.
    Lakay, Elthea Trevolee, 2006
    SIP is receiving much attention these days and it seems to be the most promising candidate as a signaling protocol for the current and future IP telephony services. Realizing this, there is the obvious need to provide a certain level of quality comparable to the traditional telephone service signall ...
  2. The influence of institutional arrangements on intra-party democracy in Malawi.
    Lembani, Samson Brown, 2006
    This research study seeks to investigate how institutional arrangements impact on intra-party democracy in Malawi. Intra-party democracy is essential as it promotes party unity through reduced fragmentation and factionalism, encourages a culture of democratic debate and deliberation of critical issu ...
  3. Towards understanding the groundwater dependent ecosystems within the Table Mountain Group Aquifer: a conceptual approach.
    Sigonyela, Vuyolwethu, 2006
    Understanding of Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems (GDEs) and their extent within the Table Mountain Group (TMG) aquifer is poor. To understand the dependence to basic ecological and hydrogeological concepts need explanation. The use of current literature aided in identification and classification. F ...
  4. Intense pulsed neutron generation based on the principle of Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation (PI3) technique.
    Motloung, Setumo Victor, 2006
    The development of a deuterium-deuterium/ tritium-deuterium (D-D/ D-T) pulsed neutron generator based on the principle of the Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation (PI3) technique is presented, in terms of investigating development of a compact system to generate an ultra short burst of mono-energetic n ...
  5. Encouraging thinking using locally constructed learning materials :a case study of one intermediate phase classroom.
    Borman, Natalie, 2005
    The aim of this study was to investigate the use of the &quot ...
  6. The relevance of science education: as seen by pupils in Ghanaian junior secondary schools.
    Anderson, Ishmael Kwesi, 2006
    This thesis was based on a larger international comparative study called the ROSE (Relevance of Science Education) project. The study investigated the affective factors pupils perceive might be of relevance for the learning of science and technology using the ROSE survey questionnaire, and was aimed ...
  7. An exploration of perceptions and experiences of Xhosa speaking women in abusive relationships.
    Ngoma, Bulelwa, 2005
    The problem of abusive relationships has attracted national attention in South Africa. Historically South Africa has a strongly entrenched patriarchal system, which gives men proprietary rights over women. Traditional and cultural values as means of resolving conflict are critical in shaping and per ...
  8. Investigating changing notions of "text": comparing news text in printed and electronic media.
    Oostendorp, Marcelyn Camereldia Antonette, 2005
    This research aimed to give an account of the development of concepts of text and discourse and the various approaches to analysis of texts and discourses, as this is reflected in core linguistic literature since the late 1960s. The idea was to focus specifically on literature that notes the develop ...
  9. An exploration of promoters and inhibitors of coordination between organizations involved in HIV/AIDS activities in Livingstone District, Zambia.
    Chibwe, Duffrine Chishala, 2006
    The district health report for Livingstone, Zambia, outlined an increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS iun the district. In 1998 the prevalence wsas at 29%, in 2000 at 30%, in 2002 at 31.8% and in 2004 at 31%. This was above the national prevalence of 20% according to CBoH statistics of 2004. The distric ...
  10. Exploring the perceptions of women with rheumatoid arthritis of how their illness impacts their relationship with their intimate partner.
    Gerber, Roné, 2006
    This study explored women"s perceptions of how their illness (Rheumatoid Arthritis- RA) affects their relationship with their intimate life partner. RA is a chronic, inflammatory, auto-immune illnes, which mainly affects the synovial membranes of multiple joints. This highly inflammatory poly-arthri ...