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  • Parry, Bianca Rochelle (2014-11)
    In modern South African society, many women have overcome traditional notions of gender by becoming breadwinners in their homes and providing primary financial support for their families. Employing a Phenomenological ...
  • Van Rooi, Leslie (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-12)
    The histories of the Dutch Reformed Mission Church and the Dutch Reformed Church in Africa depict a strong striving towards attaining a position of ecclesial autonomy and the acknowledgment of such autonomy by the Dutch ...
  • Ngwanya, Richman Mzuxolile (2009-08-25)
    A tragic massacre in May 1921, commonly referred to as the Bulhoek Massacre, was associated with the ecclesiology of the Church of God and Saints of Christ, founded by Enoch Mgijima. If it were not for the theology of ...
  • Meylahn, Johann-Albrecht (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-12)
    The concept of empire has re-emerged as one useful to interpret and describe the joining of dominant global themes that together construct a global homogeneous totality. Some of the main themes of this totality are: ...
  • Masenya, Madipoane (Sheffield, 2001)
  • Nhanenge, Jytte (2009-08-25)
    Ecofeminism perceives an interconnection between the domination of women and poor people, and the domination of nature. This domination is founded on modern, Western, patriarchal, dualised structures, which subordinate ...
  • Pera, Linda Paula (2009-08-25)
    This postmodern dissertation examines three individual experiences of violence in South Africa, using the qualitative research method of heuristics. Using social constructionism as a lens for viewing the phenomenon, violence ...
  • Tive, Charles (2014-05-08)
    The study utilizes regional integration theories like neo-functionalism, intergovernmentalism and new regionalism to analyse the formation, structure and transformation of the Economic Community of West African States ...
  • Van Meygaarden, Sasha Yolanda (2005-11)
    The purpose of this study is to explore the experiences (both professional and personal) of the therapist who is visually impaired or blind. This is a post-modernist dissertation contextualised within the ecosystemic- ...
  • Molobi, Masilo (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011)
    This article will concentrate on the African Independent Churches (AICs) unity and the articulation of their theologies in the global context beyond Africa wherever AICs are found, such as in Europe and North America. ...
  • Fiedler, Klaus (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2010)
    The most famous (and most interpreted) world mission conference was Edinburgh 1910, at which almost all Protestant missions participated. While some see Edinburgh 1910 as the height of achievement, others see it as the ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2011)
    The Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) enters its 13th year in 2011. Large numbers of articles are received on a regular basis, implying a huge increase in the workload, necessitating all reviewers' and authors' ...
  • Editorial 
    Mogotlane, S.M. (Unisa, 2007)
    The Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) has come a long way and has developed in all aspects. Its mandate was and it still is to support scholarly development of nurses and midwives in Africa. The journal provides a ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2010)
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (2011)
    The ten articles published in this issue (13/2) of the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) cover diverse healthcare aspects from a number of African countries: two articles each from Tanzania, Ghana and South ...
  • Editorial 
    van der Wal, Dirk (Unisa, 2012)
    This year, 2012, marks the fifteenth consecutive year of publication of the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) and its fifth year of publication as an academic journal accredited by South Africa's Department ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2009)
    At the first editorial board meeting of 2009, it was decided that the AJNM should strive to publish nine worthwhile articles per issue, and continue to publish two issues per year. Some past issues contained only five ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2009)
    Nurses and midwives throughout Africa face dire consequences of HIVAIDS in their daily lives. Much of Africa's healthcare resources are spent on HIV / AIDS. Worldwide many research reports have been published on HIV / ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2012)
    Getting an issue of the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) ready for submission to the printers poses numerous challenges. Most of these challenges are attributable to its three divergent objectives which the ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (2013)
    When the Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery (AJNM) was evaluated to become an academic accredited journal in 2007 (and to be listed by South Africa's Department of Higher Education and Training as such since 2008), ...

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