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  1. The use of the enneagram to improve customer relationships with a motor vehicle manufacturer
    Gallant, Helen Michelle, 2005, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    Marketing strategy relies heavily on segmentation and positioning. Lifestyle and psychographics are increasingly being used as a basis for market segmentation. Marketers require deeper insight into the motivational factors that encourage purchases in order to tailor make offerings to suit individual ...
  2. The use of the environment as a resource for cross-curricular materials development in outcomes-based education.
    Mhlongo, Khokhiwe Mayvis., 2011-09-22T11:58:51Z
    All schools exist in a particular environment. No matter what environment the school is in the educator can make use of it as a learning resource. The environment is a critical aspect at all levels of education and in all programmes to create environmentally literate and active citizens. This study ...
  3. The use of the female voice in three novels by J.M. Coetzee
    Graham, Lucy Valerie, 1997
    This study investigates J.M. Coetzee"s use of the female voice in In the Heart of the Country, Foe and· Age of Iron, and is based on the premise that Coetzee"s position as a male author using a female voice is important for readings of these novels. Although the implications of Coetzee"s strategy ar ...
  4. The use of the female voice in three novels by J.M. Coetzee
    Graham, Lucy Valerie, 1997, Rhodes University
    This study investigates J.M. Coetzee"s use of the female voice in In the Heart of the Country, Foe and· Age of Iron, and is based on the premise that Coetzee"s position as a male author using a female voice is important for readings of these novels. Although the implications of Coetzee"s strategy ar ...
  5. Use of the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) in a Zulu-speaking setting : an assessment of translation, reliability and some validity issues.
    John, Vaughn Mitchell., 2012-07-17T13:30:07Z
    Psychology in South Africa is facing a dire need for valid and reliable mental health instruments for all its citizenry. There presently exists a reliance on instruments of foreign origin. Very often such instruments are used without their psychometric properties having been tested in the local sett ...
  6. Use of the internet by undergraduate third-year students of the Faculty of Humanities, Development and Social Sciences at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus.
    Kheswa, Siyanda Edison., 2011-11-01T06:17:19Z
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the use of the internet by the Faculty of Humanities, Development and Social Science third year students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus. The study tried to establish how often students used the internet; what did students use ...
  7. Use of the internet in newsgathering : a case study of The Post newspaper in Zambia
    Hamachila, Alphonsius, 2013-06-10, Rhodes University
    The Internet and World Wide Web have become dominant newsgathering tools in a sholi period of time. While the body of research, particularly in the First World, has developed quickly along with the Web, many unanswered questions remain on how journalists in developing countries make use of the Inter ...
  8. The use of the local environment for teaching geography : a case study in the Umtata administrative area
    Adonis, Agrinette Nolwandle, 1993
    Current theories in geographical education advocate the use of strategies that encourage the pupil to play an active role in learning, thereby making such learning more meaningful and effective. Fieldwork is perceived as one such method. Fieldwork helps pupils acquire and develop understanding of ge ...
  9. The use of the local environment for teaching geography : a case study in the Umtata administrative area
    Adonis, Agrinette Nolwandle, 1993, Rhodes University
    Current theories in geographical education advocate the use of strategies that encourage the pupil to play an active role in learning, thereby making such learning more meaningful and effective. Fieldwork is perceived as one such method. Fieldwork helps pupils acquire and develop understanding of ge ...