UWC Electronic Theses and Dissertations Repository
The University of the Western Cape electronic theses and dissertations repository holds full-text theses submitted for degree purposes since 2004, with selected titles prior to 2004. Access to the complete theses (print) collection is available via the online catalogue. To access UWC Theses online, conduct a search or browse using the options as listed on the right.
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Perceptions and experiences of females regarding adolescent sexual risk behaviour, after their participation in a youth development programme in a selected community in the Eastern Cape (University of the Western Cape, 2021)There is a high prevalence of sexual risk behaviour among adolescent females in South Africa. As such several intervention programmes are being offered by government, non-profit organisations and the private sector. The ...
The Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) on Healing Following Surgical Removal of Third Molar Teeth (University of the Western Cape, 2021)Aim: A clinical trial to determine the post-operative outcomes of a PRF-treated socket versus a conventionally treated socket following surgical removal of third molar teeth. Introduction: Third molar surgery is a procedure ...
Efficacy of Low-Level Laser Therapy In Treatment of Temporomandibular Myalgia: A Randomized Controlled trial. (University of the Western Cape, 2022)Background: Objective: The objective of the study was to compare pain and functional limitation of temporomandibular myalgia patients, before and after low-level-laser treatment (LLLT). Methods: This was a prospective, ...
lnterreligious dialogue and the colonial legacy: A critical assessment of current models for interreligious dialogue as tools toward reconciliation in the South African context (University of Western Cape, 1998)This chapter will start the debate by concentrating on the phenomenon or occurrence of religious pluralism. Thereafter, the reasons for its existence and its importance in providing a system of coexistence in mutuality ...