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  • Luck, Karin Elizabeth (2001-02)
    1. Motivering vir die studie Die studie is ingelei met ‘n beskrywing van die historiese ontwikkeling van skool maatskaplike werk in onderwys. Daar was bevind dat die doelwitte en die karakter van skool maatskaplike ...
  • 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 ...
  • Van Castricum, Leonie Alma (1994)
    This study was based on qualitative research methodology and was basically exploratory, seeing as though it was aimed at the gathering of knowledge and insight. The study can also be defined as a self-initiated research ...
  • Vermaas, Lynette (1995)
    PROBLEM STATEMENT Although there is no lack of literature and research findings regarding alcoholism, very little research has been done about social workers rendering therapeutic services to alcoholics. This study focused ...
  • Nkosi, Ntombikayise Lucy (1998)
    Widowhood is a condition of an incomplete family structure resulting from death. Its consequences such as the absence of the father and husband can be aggravated, decreased or neutralised due to the effects of other ...
  • Allers, Yolande (2012-06-04)
    A child that is mentally healthy develops psychologically, emotionally, creatively, intellectually and spiritually (Dwivedi & Harper, 2004). Therefore the researcher is of the opinion that the mental health of children is ...
  • Bhana, Asna (1999)
    Nonprofit organisations are facing a crisis of survival. The changing face of funding through the implementation of financial reform measures on government funding, new expectations from donors, decline in regular private ...
  • Cigler, Elaine (1986)
    The Commission of Enquiry in the Structure and Function of the Courts (1983) and subsequent legislation Family Court Act (Act No. 62 of 1985), Divorce Amendment Act (Act 63 of"1985) and the Mediation Divorce Proceedings ...
  • Mashoeshoe, Dinah Ngwanakgwetsane (2007-07)
    The South African government is faced with challenges to come up with strategies to combat poverty by involving communities in their own development. Poverty relief projects are one of the strategies designed to address ...
  • Moore, Judith (1996)
    The question which the researcher attempts to answer through this study pertains to the motives of the individual diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder for engaging in bulimic and self-mutilating behaviour: why ...
  • Van Breda, Adrian Du Plessis (2004-07)
    This study serves to expand the work of A.C. Faul on scale development in social work to incorporate the demand for multiculturalism. Ecometrics – the measurement of ecosystems – is a steadily growing field in South ...
  • Moodie, Diane (2010-03)
    Despite the fact that same-sex marriage was legalised in South Africa in 2006, predominant societal attitudes towards gay couples remain negative. In the face of this opposition, samesex couples who choose to marry are ...
  • Deonarain, Pushparani Perumal (2012)
    The study aimed at determining the nature of social work supervision in welfare agencies in the Sedibeng Region, Gauteng. The research was of an exploratorydescriptive nature. A questionnaire was used as a data collection ...
  • Germishuizen, Maria (1986)
    The purpose of this study was to integrate existing scientific knowledge into a parent-training programme for adoptive parents. The viability of such a programme was investigated in the light of the viewpoint of many authors ...
  • 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 ...
  • De Jonge, Hester (1999-05)
    A number of recent variables have influenced the professionalisation of the child and youth care discipline in South Africa. These variables have had a direct impact on the training of child and youth care practitioners. ...
  • Maeli, Victoria Joyce (1999)
    The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can be defined as a program sponsored by both management and labour, specifically designed to identify and assist employees as well as their families experiencing various difficulties ...
  • Joja, Johanna Ganyane (2004-01)
    Many organizations are beginning to realize the value of their employees. Employees are to a large extent the engine of the organization. It is through the employees that organizations can realise their objectives. It thus ...
  • Bowen, Beatrice (1997-10)
    Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) can be defined as programs, sponsored by management and labor, that are specifically designed to identify and assist employees and their families with various difficulties that impair ...
  • 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 ...

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