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    • The experiences of families raising an autistic child: rapid review 

      Phetoe, B.K. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      Autism is becoming more prominent in South Africa and in the rest of the world. The family that raises an autistic child plays a key role in the treatment and lifelong management of the child. This responsibility goes with ...
    • Exploring midwifes' experiences regarding quality intrapartum care 

      Moroka, D.C. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      Nationally literature reveals that South Africa (SA) is also one of the developing countries with a high maternal mortality ratio estimated at 3814 in 2014-2016, which demonstrates poor quality intrapartum care (SA, 2018:85). ...
    • Incentive travellers' proclivity to revisit an incentive destination 

      Potgieter, M.; Jacobs, M.; Geldenhuys, S. (AJHTL, 2016)
      Incentive travel is a renowned motivator in talent management, and a gigantic victor for many tourism destinations. Destination marketing endeavours to leave a tourist with a positive and lasting impression, together with ...
    • Older people's experiences of the Grandparent-Grandchild (GP-GC) relationship in the contemporary South African context 

      Spangenberg, M. (North-West University, 2018)
      Rapid demographical changes are evident worldwide owing to the significant increase in the number of older people. Seven-point eight percent of South Africa's total population consists of people ages 60 years and older, ...
    • Protestor violence at public schools: principals' experiences 

      Vuma, M. (North-West University (South Africa), 2021)
      Tshilidzi (2014:1394) concluded that, “schools have inadvertently become territories prone to crime and violence and this represents a threat to the successful achievement of educational goals”. Other studies confirm that ...
    • The psychological consequences of unemployment in South Africa 

      De Witte, Hans; Rothmann, Sebastiaan; Jackson, Leon T.B. (University of Pretoria. Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, 2012)
      The objective of this study was to investigate the affective experiences, attitudes to work, and job application behaviour of unemployed people. A survey design was used and samples (N = 381) were drawn from unemployed ...