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Browsing College of Human Sciences by Subject "155.2"

Browsing College of Human Sciences by Subject "155.2"

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  • Clarke, Sheree Lyn (2009-08-25)
    This auto-ethnographic study (i.e. an autobiographical genre of writing and research, written in the first-person voice, where the workings of self are expressed both cognitively and emotionally) qualitatively explores ...
  • Freysen, Charlene (2005-11)
    The young learner is in the developmental phase where he wants to master tasks successfully. When the learner experiences problems at school it influences his motivation and how he views himself. Learning disabled learners ...
  • Stoop, Therese Jeanette (2009-08-25)
    The comprehensive evidence presented by a number of researchers established that the nature of the classroom environment has a potent influence on students' academic, social and psychological development. This thesis set ...
  • Thoo, S. A. (Sheila Audrey) (1998-03)
    This study arose from the experience of difficulties in individuating incorporating tensions in the self-group, self-other, and self-self relational dimensions. This situation initiated the questions: What does individuation ...
  • Grobler, Hermanus Bosman (2009-08-25)
    This study is aimed at the development of a guiding framework for fathers and their adolescent sons by focusing on male identity as the main binding factor in the relationship between father a and son. The establishment, ...
  • Fourie, Renata (2000-06)
    Die doel van hierdie studie was om die verwantskap tussen persoonlikheidstipes en 'n salutogeniese konstruk naamlik sin vir koherensie te ondersoek. Persoonlikheid is vanuit 'n behavioristiese sowel as humanistiese ...
  • Genot, Santjie (1996-01)
    The current vast sociocultural shift from Modernism to PostModernism forms the backdrop to this study. Whenever paradigm shifts occur, the metaphors which depict human experience and identity also change. The mechanistic ...
  • Louw, Penelope Lee Kokot (1999-11)
    How people survive and thrive through adversity is a question which has prompted much research. There is little agreement on the definition of resilience beyond the basic idea of "bouncing back", resulting in many studies ...
  • Steyn, Renier (2009-08-25)
    Optimistiese self-evaluasies oor die vermoë om take uit te voer is belangrik vir sukses in verskeie aspekte van menswees. Wanneer mense sulke self-evaluasies doen en selfdoeltreffendheids-persepsies vorm maak hulle van ...
  • Maluka, Constance Sarah (2009-08-25)
    As people meet their basic biological needs, they become increasingly concerned with higher level needs, such as personal development and positive well-being. The term "subjective well-being" (SWB) refers to people's ...
  • Boon, Christine (2009-08-25)
    This study investigates the role of resilience in women coping with the life transition of divorce. Five women were interviewed and an in-depth qualitative analysis undertaken, in order to explore the subjective experience ...

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