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  • Segal, Robert Daniel (1996-06)
    The purpose of this study is to provide a groundwork for the understanding of the psychosocial development of black South African men. This need stems from the limitation of current models of psychosocial development, ...
  • Pelser, Wilma (2018-06)
    The clinical research enterprise is an industry in crisis due to the challenges investigators and sites experience to stay viable. Clinical researchers might therefore also become an “endangered species”. The purpose of ...
  • Rose, Cynthia Beulah (1998-06)
    Two consecutive referrals of early onset (symptom onset at 11 years) anorexia nervosa (restricting sub-type) to an inpatient eating disorders unit in a psychiatric hospital, will be described. Within both cases, there was ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Tennant, Désiree Ann (1996-11)
    In this study the social worker-in-work context relationship in a welfare organization is described within an ecological epistemology so as to construct an alternative view on employee mental health. A literature study ...
  • Sengoelge, Mathilde; Laflamme, Lucie; El-Khatib, Ziad (2018-02-13)
    Abstract Background The Eastern Mediterranean region has the second highest number of road traffic injury mortality rates after the African region based on 2013 data, with ...
  • 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 ...
  • Jacobson, Julia Dienes (1994-06)
    Individual distress in the work-place has been cited as the cause of enormous loss of productivity and income, and has therefore attracted much attention from researchers and therapists alike. However, an extensive ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mushelenga, Peya (2015-03)
    This study is about the economic diplomacy of Namibia, as a small state, for the period 1990 – 2015. Liberalism, as a theory of International Relations (IR) studies, is the adopted analytical framework. Namibia’s economic ...
  • Dumont, Kitty; Loughnan S; Kuppens P; Allik K; Balazs K; De Lemus S; Gargurevich R; Hidegkuti I; Leidner B; Matos L; Park J; Realo A; Shi J; Sojo V; Tong Y; Vaes J; Verduyn P; Yeung V; Haslam N (2011)
    People's self-perception biases often lead them to see themselves as better than the average person (a phenomenon known as self-enhancement). This bias varies across cultures, and variations are typically explained using ...
  • Lötter, Marensia. (1994)
  • Lotter, Marensia (1994-06)
    This study propagates a move away from the dominant practices of psychodrama with its emphasis on catharsis and insight as the main components of a therapeutic experience. It proposes a systemic orientation to psychodrama ...
  • 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- ...
  • 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. (Unisa, 2010)
    The AJNM (Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery) published nine articles in both issues of 2009 and 2010. During 2011 we hope to publish three issues, and in 2012 four issues, with ten articles in each. This will improve ...
  • Editorial 
    Mogotlane, S.M. (Unisa, 2008)
    The Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery is proud to announce its inclusion in the South African list of 8 approved journals from January 2008. This is a milestone of great importance as the journal (AJNM) will provide ...
  • 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), ...
  • Editorial 
    Ehlers, V.J. (Unisa, 2010)

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