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  1. Womens historical fiction after feminism : discursive reconstructions of the Tudors in contemporary literature
    Barlow, Jenna Elizabeth, 2014-04-16T17:28:42Z, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University
    Thesis (PhD)--Stellenbosch University, 2014. ...
  2. Womens upward mobility into managerial positions: a case study of women managers in the Kruger National Park
    Mona, Themba M, MA (Industrial Sociology), 2006-02-01, University of Pretoria
    Women, like men, have always worked though their work tended to differ significantly from that of men. This resulted from the different socialisation processes of males and females, hierarchical structures, male dominance and gender oppression in society. Today, while men occupy most of the manageme ...
  3. Women’s perceptions of successful financial retirement planning
    Durrheim, Meghan, 2018, Rhodes University
    Financial retirement planning is an important component in ensuring that individuals accumulate sufficient wealth for retirement. Previous research suggests that many individuals are unable to accumulate sufficient wealth for retirement with the problem being particularly acute for women as they ten ...
  4. Women’s representation in Parliament: The role of party women’s wings in Ghana
    Gletsu, Grace, 2015-05-04T08:16:25Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Artium - MA ...
  5. Women’s security through heterosexual marriage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: an African woman’s reading of the book of Ruth
    Kondemo, Marthe Maleke, 2011-09-23T05:17:02Z
    In Congolese society, heterosexual marriage is a highly regarded institution that is viewed as contributing significantly to the true identities of women. In this study, I use Masenya’s terminologies, “idolization of marriage” and “marriage at all costs”, as springboards to re-read the story of R ...
  6. Women’s security through heterosexual marriage in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: an African woman’s reading of the book of Ruth
    Kondemo, Marthe Maleke, 2011-09-23T05:17:02Z
    In Congolese society, heterosexual marriage is a highly regarded institution that is viewed as contributing significantly to the true identities of women. In this study, I use Masenya’s terminologies, “idolization of marriage” and “marriage at all costs”, as springboards to re-read the story of R ...
  7. Wonderboom
    Botha, Lien, 2015-05-26T14:07:32Z, University of Cape Town
    Includes bibliographical references ...