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Browsing Department of Social Work (ETDs) by Author "Dr. E. Oliphant"

Browsing Department of Social Work (ETDs) by Author "Dr. E. Oliphant"

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  • Richards, Vanessa (2001)
    This qualitative study will research five children's experience of long-term play therapy, from the perspective of the child. In exploring and describing the children's experience, the study will be a tentative delving ...
  • Tromp, Marlet (1999)
    Western models are often used when treating families in the South African context. However, these models prove to be inappropriate because of the unique South African multi-cultural context. This unique cultural context ...
  • Nicholas, Petro (1996)
    Dependency affects the family as a whole and forms part of the transactional patterns that regulates the behaviour of the family members. Seeing that the family and dependent person has a mutual effect on each other relapse ...
  • Liss, Ashleigh (1998)
    According to the Child Protection Unit (1997) 25% of young South African females experience some form of childhood sexual abuse before they are 18 years old. Alongside this frighteningly high statistic is an increasing ...
  • Coetzer, L'Marie (1998-05)
    The management of human resources is becoming increasingly important for the continued existence of South African organisations. Political, economic, technological and demographic pressure is forcing organisations to change. ...
  • Mashamba, Vongani Joyce (1998)
    Family therapy is based on First World therapeutic methods and has been used effectively by therapists in that context. Literature (Mason & Rubenstein, 1989:39; Horton & Hunt, 1984:15) reveals that family therapy can ...
  • Rapodile, Kefilwe Johanna (1998-10)
    Cerebral palsy children are members of the families, their needs should be addressed in the context of life cycle approach, that is, within the family, environment, and social network Hall and Hill (1996:90). The presence ...
  • Ntlailane, Glenrose Boikhutso (1999)
    There is a tendency in South Africa to rely on first world models of family therapy. These models when used in that context are often found to be effective. It is also very significant to note that when applied or used ...
  • Trümpelmann, Rina (2000)
    Social workers who are rendering statutory services to families are increasingly confronted with a feeling of hopelessness when dealing with families where children can be described as in need of care according to the ...
  • Van Wyk, Leandra (1996-12)
    Policy is considered one of the most stressfull occupations, which often results in psychiatric disorders, divorces, misuse of alcohol and suicide. The researcher has been motivated by the possible changes that a social ...
  • Ngobese, Acquinatte Sibongile (1998)
    Squatter settlements have mushroomed all over South Africa. The Government no longer can turn the blind eye on this phenomenon. There is an urgent need to develop policy to deal with this matter and also to intervene in ...
  • Van der Walt, Magdalena J. (2001)
    The literature research focuses on the psycho-emotional impact of divorce, with reference to the primary school development life stage of the child. Of all age groups, Lakebrink (1989:327) found that the primary school ...
  • Botha, Linda (1998-08)
    Helping professions in the South African Police Service is responsible for the improvement of the personnel function, work performance and productivit y because the personnel have several problems inside the work environment ...

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