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  • Prinsloo, Ilse (The Design Education Forum of Southern Africa (www.defsa.org.za), )
    Citizenship implies association and involvement in a community. Even though the conditions of involvement can be specified by government laws, citizenship is in fact not only a matter of poli ...
  • Usiba, Nondzwakazi Beauty (1992)
    This is a study of the emergent aspects of Zulu proverbs and sayings. The first chapter is devoted to emergent themes in proverbs. That is followed by a chapter on the different strategies that are used in the coining of ...
  • Larney, Alan Craig. (1998-05)
    The objective of this thesis is to examine emerging themes around masculinity from within an eclectic psychoanalytic framework. In order to achieve the objective, the historical development of psychoanalytic theories on ...
  • Pilusa, Jefrey; Muzenda, Edison; Huberts, Robert (International Conference on Chemical and Environmental Engineering, )
    In this study, flue gas emissions from the combustion of eco-fuel briquettes in a ceramic lined stove were investigated. The eco-fuel briquettes were made of biomass and other waste material such as spent coffee beans, ...
  • De Korte, Annemari (1997)
    The principal aim of the study was to determine whether or not certain aspects of emotional intelligence account for the difference between students' academic success or failure. Although an in-depth study of existing ...
  • Van Rooyen, June Augusta (1994)
    In the out-patient section of the Adolescent Unit at Tara, The H Moross Centre, certain problem areas were identified. In this section, adolescents with mostly behaviour problems are evaluated and where necessary, family ...
  • Griesel, Louise Eleonora (1992)
    Child maltreatment has occurred over the ages, but has been recognised as such only during the present century. The concept of maltreatment is culturally bound and therefore dependent on value judgements within a community. ...
  • Sebeka, Motlaupi Eldrina (1997)
    Emotive language is found is various sectors of grammar, and occurs'for instance in words, affixes, fixed expressions and certain syntactic constructions, and is, indicative of the speaker's emotionally charged attitudes ...
  • Tanchel, Adele Fleurette (1999)
    Wilchesky & Reynolds (1986:412) have identified three categories of families seeking assistance with the child who has a learning barrier. Firstly, there is the functioning family which has the necessary resources to ...
  • Le Roux, Ann (1999)
    Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological disorder. Symptoms such as tremor, muscular stiffness and slowness of bodily movement are prevalent in the disease. Early research studies have investigated emotional ...
  • Pretorius, Natalie Michelle (2007-10)
    The general purpose of this study is to investigate and identify whether a potential trend exists between emotional intelligence (EI) and effective leadership. This research will further more assist in determining whether ...
  • Verster, Anita (1998-05)
    Human intelligence has been investigated from many different angles with various resulting definitions. Biological approaches to human intelligence investigate the relationship between the brain and the nervous system ...
  • Pauquet, Andrea (1998)
    Leadership has been defined as the competencies and processes required to enable and empower ordinary people to do extraordinary things in the face of adversity. It is also the ability to constantly turn in superior ...
  • Vermeulen, Elizabeth Maria (2001)
    Applications of Emotional Intelligence in the workplace are almost infinite. Emotional Intelligence is instrumental in resolving a sticky problem with a coworker, closing a deal with a difficult customer, criticising ...
  • Malgas, Rosemary Winifred (2005-06)
    Skoolhoofde se taak word toenemend meer kompleks omdat hulle met vele uitdagings gekonfronteer word (Loock, 2003:49). Die doel met hierdie navorsing was om die waarde van emosionele intelligensie as 'n strategie vir ...
  • Dworzanowski-Venter, Bronwyn Joan (2010)
    Reid and Walker (2005) suggest that black South African men are ‘behaving differently’. Added to this Budlender (2008) has found that South African men are more likely to engage in unpaid community care work than ...
  • Schnider, Justine (1997)
    The aim of this study was to investigate possible differences in the six facets of the Neuroticism subscale of the NEO Personality Inventory Revised (measuring Emotional Stability / Instability) in relation to two eating ...
  • Stimie, G.; Fouchè, C.B. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    This article reports on a study undertaken to assess the state of emotional wellness of employees as well as management effectiveness within the public healthcare sector. For this purpose a Johannesburg public hospital was ...
  • Pearse, Trudie Leigh (2000-06)
    This study focuses on the significant role that emotions play during adult learning. It is argued that emotions do play an important role during the teaching and learning process and as such should be given recognition. ...
  • Nel, Catharina Gloudina (1986)
    This study concerns empathy as the central skill required by social workers in the development of helping relationships with their clients, A literature study enabled the candidate to select an appropriate model within ...

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