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  1. Where infrastructure alone is not enough: developing well-functioning non-motorized transport with a focus on cycling in the "Northern-Inner" district of Cape Town
    Campbell, Dylan, 2017-01-25T13:51:12Z, University of Cape Town
    Post-apartheid Cape Town is characterized largely by a sprawling and inequitable city form. Well-located land within the city tends to be expensive, and as a result the majority of poor residents have to travel long and time-consuming distances to employment opportunities, often spending close to ha ...
  2. Where leaders learn: constructions of leadership and leadership development at Rhodes University
    Andrews, Rushda Ruth, 2011
    This thesis explores the Where Leaders Learn slogan of Rhodes University. It does this by means of an analysis of discourses constructing leadership and leadership development within the institutional context. The discourse analysis was made possible as a result of interviews with a range of people ...
  3. Where leaders learn: constructions of leadership and leadership development at Rhodes University
    Andrews, Rushda Ruth, 2011, Rhodes University
    This thesis explores the Where Leaders Learn slogan of Rhodes University. It does this by means of an analysis of discourses constructing leadership and leadership development within the institutional context. The discourse analysis was made possible as a result of interviews with a range of people ...
  4. Where once our heroes danced there is nothing but a hideous stain: nationalism and contemporary Zimbabwean literature.
    Taitz, Laurice, 2019-04-15T09:52:14Z
    A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Art. ...
  5. Where the body ends
    Hardy, Stacy, 2016, Rhodes University
    My collection of stories explores the intersection of the human body and the body of text via the tropes of disease and animality. Drawing on my experience of living with tuberculosis for many years, I attempt to write disease differently – not merely to be survived, overcome, cured, eradicated, but ...
  6. Where the global meets the local : South African youth and their experience of global media
    Strelitz, Larry Nathan, 2003, Rhodes University
    Within the context of debates concerning the impact of global media on local youth, this study explores how a sample of South African youth responds to texts which were produced internationally, but distributed locally. Recognising the profound rootedness of media consumption in everyday life, the r ...
  7. Where the Shadows Lie : finding the other in the Spatial Depictions of the Underworld in The Book of Enoch, Inferno and Paradise Lost
    Adendorff, Melissa, MA, 2013-06-27, University of Pretoria
    Where the Shadows Lie: Finding the Other in the Spatial Depictions of the Underworld in The Book of Enoch, Inferno and Paradise Lost answers a question of spatial behaviour in the three texts, in terms of the portrayal of the characters of Fallen Angels, who have been Othered from Heaven, in each te ...
  8. Where the Shadows Lie : finding the other in the Spatial Depictions of the Underworld in The Book of Enoch, Inferno and Paradise Lost
    Adendorff, Melissa, 2013-09-06T23:32:00Z
    “Where the Shadows Lie: Finding the Other in the Spatial Depictions of the Underworld in The Book of Enoch, Inferno and Paradise Lost” answers a question of spatial behaviour in the three texts, in terms of the portrayal of the characters of Fallen Angels, who have been Othered from Heaven, in each ...
  9. Where the streets have no names : factors predicting the provision of counselling and social work services for child rape survivors in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
    Naidoo, Kerisha., 2010-08-15T17:37:07Z
    Despite high prevalence rates for rape in South Africa, little focus has been placed on the rape of children, and even less on the secondary victimization of child rape survivors. Such secondary victimization may manifest in two forms, namely, negative attitudes and behaviours and the non-provision ...