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An exploratory study of attitudes toward African migrants and migration among students at the University of the Western Cape
In the context of recent attacks that occurred against foreign nationals (migrants) in South Africa, this study sought to explore attitudes toward migrants and immigration among a sample of students at the University of ...
Smoking prevalence, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about health risks of tobacco smoking among female Psychology 1 students at the University of the Western Cape
(University of Western Cape, 2011)
Tobacco smoking is the second major cause of preventable deaths in South Africa. The Western Cape has the second highest smoking rates in South Africa and the highest smoking rate among young women. Previous studies ...
A case study of the social coping experiences of an adolescent with arthrogryposis multitplex congenita
Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita or A.M.C. is a disorder, which is characterized by multiple contractures of the joints. The disorder presents with varied grades of severity. Despite the physical deformities, intelligence ...
Employee perceptions towards diversity management in a glass manufacturing company in the Western Cape
Diversity is an inevitable aspect of organisational life, which has to be dealt with at one time or another. How employees perceive diversity impacts on their behaviour and therefore managing it is imperative. The purpose ...
School learner's perceptions of the factors that influence methamphetamine use in Manenberg
(University of the Western Cape, 2010)
The aim of this study was to explore school learners' perceptions of the factors that influence methamphetamine use in Manenberg. To meet this aim, three objectives were proposed namely, to explore school learners' knowledge ...
The relationship between job satisfaction and organisational commitment amongst high school teachers in disadvantaged areas in the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2005)
Job satisfaction and organisational commitment have been found to both be inversely related to such withdrawal behaviours as tardiness, absenteeism and turnover (Yousef, 2000). Moreover, they have also been linked to ...
Teachers' perceptions of pupil behaviours: a study of high school teachers' attitude
(University of the Western Cape, 1994)
Attitudes and beliefs of the experience of menstruation in female students at the University of the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2013)
Menstruation is a normal physiological process that has been distorted and riddled with negative connotations. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the biological factor, age at menarche, influences the ...