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Some sociolinguistic aspects of/ second language teaching and learning of Xhosa
(University of Western Cape, 1987)
Chapter 1 deals with the theoretical issues involved in the study of language as a social phenomenon. It traces the development of the sub-discipline of sociolinguistics and the contribution of sociologists and ...
An analysis of black consciousness/in/South Africa i according to'the theoretical'criteria of a revolutionary philosophy
(University of Western Cape, 1986)
This study was initiated, in the first place, by the dearth of analyses available on black consciousness in South Africa. The studies that do exist are usually to be found i~ the form of a chapter or two in a work on general ...
A People's History of South Africa: Gold and Workers
(University of the Western Cape, 1980)
In black societies, 'cattle were used for religious ceremonies and also for lobola, which was an important part of the economy. Lobola. was an exchange of cattle for a fruitful marriage. If the This volume is the first in ...
Spesifieke leergestremdheid by laerskoolkinders: 'n empiriese ondersoek na die voorkomssyfer en persoonlikheidseienskappe van spesifieke leerge= stremde senior primêre skoolkinders
(University of the Western Cape, 1989)
Sedert die sestigerjare het daar h betekenisvolle opswaai in belangstelling "The problem is 2 damnably elusive one"; Cruickshank (1981) beweer verder gekom in die kinders wat nieteenstaande die feit dat hulle h normale in= ...
(University of the Western Cape, 1983)
This study entails an analysis of the inherent grammatical and phonological variation which are characteristic of Cape Afrikaans. On the basis of the inherent variation which is documented in the preliminary part of this ...