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  1. The value of a Rhodes University degree and securing employment
    Chambers, Tracy Laura, 2010
    In South Africa, reform policies and frameworks introduced since the 1994 democratic election have sought to bring about change to a highly ineffective and unfair system. In spite of all the changes which have occurred, however, there is evidence to suggest that the system is still not functioning a ...
  2. Framing the other : representations of Africa in The Japan Times/Online between January and December 2000 : a case study
    Ngoro, Blackman Rodrick, 2004
    The aim of this study is to find out, against the news genre norms, how representations of particular regions are produced in the structure of newspaper reporting in the foreign news sub-genre. The study focuses on news reports concerning Africa, or African countries, in one Tokyo-based newspaper: T ...
  3. An intersubjective perspective on the role of personal therapy in being a psychotherapist
    Haumann, Hester Johanna, 2005, OUP
    The purpose of this study was to explore how personal therapy influences experienced psychodynamic psychotherapists’ ways of being clinicians, and, by implication, their professional development. A hermeneutic research method, which also drew upon aspects of grounded theory methodology, was therefor ...
  4. Tertiary treatment in integrated algal ponding systems
    Wells, Charles Digby, 2005
    Inadequate sanitation is one of the leading causes of water pollution and consequently illness in many underdeveloped countries, including South Africa and, specifically, the Eastern Cape Province, where cholera has become endemic. As modern wastewater treatment processes are often energy intensive ...
  5. Binding and transcriptional activation by Uga3p, a zinc binuclear cluster protein of Saccharomyces cerevisiae : redefining the UAS [subscript GABA] and the Uga3p binding site
    Idicula, Anu Mary, 2003
    Uga3p, a member of the zinc binuclear cluster transcription factor family, is required for [gamma]-aminobutyric acid-dependent transcription of the UGA genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Crystallographic data of some of the protein-DNA complexes of this family reveal that members of this family bind ...
  6. Unstable ironies : narrative instability in Herman Charles Bosman"s "Oom Schalk Lourens" series
    Davis, Rebecca, 2006
    This thesis examines the narrative situation within Herman Charles Bosman’s “Oom Schalk Lourens” series of stories, focussing on the nature of the relationship between author and narrator. In particular, it seeks to trace the source of the multiple ironies at work in the texts. It has been customary ...
  7. Reactions in a solid state
    Brown, M.E., 2006
    INTRODUCTION TO MY RESEARCH I have chosen the title for this thesis, "Reactions in the Solid State", for two reasons: Firstly, it is broad enough to cover all of my areas of research, which have been: • Effects of irradiation on solids (PhD topic) • Silver refining (while at the Chamber of Mines) • ...
  8. Raging in service of the self: exploring a five-year-old boy"s aggression within his play therapy
    Smith, Austin, 2006
    This thesis takes the form of an in-depth case study within which the play therapy process of an aggressive 5-year-old boy was explored. The aim of the research was to examine the abundant expressions of aggression that were present within his therapy, and in so doing reflect their rich communicati ...
  9. An investigation into problems facing small-to-medium sized enterprises in achieving growth in the Eastern Cape: enhancing the strategy for developing small "growth potential" firms in the Eastern Cape
    Sha, Shafeek, 2006
    As the world economy continues to move towards increased integration, some of the greatest opportunities for Small-to-Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) will derive from their ability to participate in the global marketplace. It is generally accepted that SMEs are becoming increasingly important in ter ...
  10. Teachers" beliefs regarding the role of extensive reading in English language learning: a case study
    Kajinga, Gilford, 2006
    Research suggests numerous views to account for the influence on practice of teachers’ beliefs. One view states that teachers’ lived experiences shape their beliefs about practice. Another view attributes the influence to school experiences. This research sets out to gain insight into teachers’ beli ...