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  • Van der Merwe, D.
    Legal methodology investigates the methods adopted by lawyers to create order out of the mass of legal material at their disposal and to test the validity of judicial pronouncements. It involves an appraisal of the role ...
  • Rademeyer, W.F.
    Security analysis and portfolio management have changed significantly in recent years. Investment management has become more complicated and sophisticated, both from an academic and practical point of view. It has developed ...
  • Swanepoel, J. H.
    Attention is drawn to the pressing need for post-graduates in South Africa and the opinion is expressed that unless drastic steps are taken now, the growing shortage of skilled manpower would have a detrimental effect on ...
  • Van Biljon, W. J.
    The present state of our knowledge concerning the internal composition of the earth is summarized and discussed. It is pointed out that the interior of the earth may consist of matter similar in composition to meteorites, ...
  • Roering, C.
    In general little is known by the public about the subject of structural geology. This subject has basically to do with deformation of rock on all scales, from the globe itself right down to dislocations on an atomic scale. ...
  • Blignaut, C. J. H.
    As an introduction, the origins and meaning of the inaugural lecture is addressed. For this purpose the long and colourful history of the university in general and the tradition as adopted by the Rand Afrikaans University, ...
  • Brink, Marita
    During the past two decades Clinical Psychology has undergone some radical changes. The greater need for psychological services in a variety of settings such as the general hospital, community health services, industry and ...
  • Geldenhuys, D. J.
    The main objective of the presentation is to analyse and explain the nature and extent of South Africa's international isolation. This is done through a dual comparison: on the one hand, South Africa is compared with other ...
  • Kapp, P. H.
    General History normally forms 50% of all history syllabi in South African schools and universities. The term is generally used to refer to the history of Western Civilization and its contact with, and impact on other ...
  • Scheepers, J. N.
    Firstly, "place" is defined as an undetermined area of the earth's surface consisting of heterogeneous elements unified into one comprehenisve geospheric system. The study of this system is the task of geography, which ...
  • Gous, S. C.
    More and more is demanded from managers in South Africa. Some of the important reasons that may be given for these demands are: the particularly wide span of control in South Africa. Every manager supervises on an average ...
  • Van Jaarsveld, Frans A.
    This lecture deals with some of the problems confronting the teaching of history in South Africa and at the same time makes suggestions for improvement. Firstly, it shows that the problems with which we are faced to-day ...
  • Heidema, J.
    In the evolution of Mathematics at least two mutations can be discerned: during the Greek era mathematics, which started out as a practical art, became a deductively organised science; during the second half of the nineteenth ...
  • Henderson, W. J.
    The lyric poem is the most common poetic form in modern literature. Critica attention has therefore focused in'creasingly on this genre since the 19th Century Classical lyric as a genre has received comparatively little ...
  • Beyers, D.
    It is imperative that the trainer of clinical psychologists be clear as to the identity of the clinical psychologist. Controversy and uncertainty exists concerning the definition of the identity of the clinical psychologist. ...
  • Maarschalk, J.
    Informal science teaching, i.e. the teaching that occurs spontaneously and unplanned in all sorts of places (buses, over coffee, etc.) and at any time is identified in addition to formal teaching (schools) and non·formal ...
  • Swart, P. L.
    Semiconductor devices are today being applied in systems operating at immensely differing levels of power and frequency. The traditional view of Electrical Engineering being a dualistic discipline comprising the so-called ...
  • Loubser, J. G. H.
    Man's material prosperity in this supertechnological age is to a very large extent the result of the phenomenal growth and change in transportation which commenced with the practical application of mechanical traction ...
  • Otto, J. M.
    The lecture deals with two statutes in South African law, viz the Credit Agreements Act and The Limitation and Disclosure of Finance Charges Act (Ladofca). These acts apply inter alia to most consumer contracts like ...
  • Kotzé, J. C.
    If ethnic units (or "volke") are to be the object of study or the starting point of explanation for everything else in the field of Anthropology nothing, man included, is explained. The understanding of man can fruitfully ...

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