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    • Die verbouing van tafeldruiwe en sultanas in die Benede-Oranje-riviergebied 

      De Villiers, Gawie; Du Plessis, Annette (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The table grape and sultana industry is an economic mainstay for the Lower Orange River area, but without irrigation the industry cannot exist, mainly because of the dry climate in the area. However, it is not ...
    • 'Modernity': the historical ontology 

      Venter, Ponti (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The article focuses on a fundamental and generally disregarded aspect of modern thought: the turn in eighteenth-century philosophy towards a historical ontology. The works of selected intellectuals such as Defoe ...
    • Die weg na 'n omgewingsgeografie 

      Barnard, Wilhelm (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: While geography's organization in subdisciplines hardly changed since it was institutionalized as a university discipline during the 1880s, its struccure and research styles changed rapidly and fundamentally since ...
    • Landelik-stedelike interaksie en plaaslike owerheidsbestuur in die Stellenbosch-distrik 

      Cedras, Lucinda; Van der Merwe, Izak (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The distinction between rural and urban areas in various parts of the world is fading because of increasing interaction between the two groups of communities. lt is particularly the nature and magnitude of the ...
    • Die postmodernistiese diskoers en die Suid-Afrikaanse ekonomiese oorgang 

      Naude, Willem (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The postmodernist reaction to the Cartesian Anxiety caused by the rejection of modernism as philosophical basis for science is set out in this paper. It is argued that the hermeneutical tradition within postmodernism ...
    • Spectators in Jerusalem: urban narrative in the scenic tradition 

      Van den Berg, Dirk (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This investigation of the narrative prospects of urban pictures in the scenic tradition is devoted co Hans Memling's painting depicting a sequence of Passion scenes set in a topographical view ofJerusalem. In ...
    • Health and health care in South Africa in transition: a macro perspective 

      Van Rensburg, Dingie (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The South African health care system, along with society in general, is undergoing profound transformation. Afcer almost five years, questions may well be posed about the nature of chis transition, the benefits ...
    • An incarnational engaged worship and spirituality 

      Foshaugen, E. K. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      Modern culture is sick with secularism resulting in a growing recognition permeating our culture that all life is at root spiritual. Whilst not necessarily recognised in Christian terms, there is a growing awareness and ...
    • Religious plurality in Africa: a challenge to the church 

      Dolamo, R. T. H. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      Chriscianity has been a privileged religion in South Africa under the white minority government. However, since the inception of a democratically elected government in 1994 and the passing of the Constitution of the Republic ...
    • Worship and spirituality as a praxis-orientated apologetic in a postmodern world (the New Age) - an incarnational engaged approach 

      Foshaugen, E. K. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      This article highlights certain tenets of postmodernism and then attempts to provide an evangelical Christian response. Postmodern ideology and its religious face as reflected in the New Age movement need not cause disquietude ...
    • "Interpretasierigting" as eksegetiese hulp: Rut in wyer kontekste 

      Jonker, L. C. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      This article shows how the investigation inco the history of origin of che text itself, as well as the Wirkungsgeschichte thereof, can assist in decermining a possible "direction of interpretation" in terms of which ...
    • Barbara Thiering's interpretation of Jesus' life 

      Naude, J. A. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The purpose of this paper is to present arguments to disprove Thiering's claim that documents like the New Testament, Dead Sea Scrolls, the writings of Josephus, etc. might reveal the actual historical Jesus. Her ...
    • The Book of Ruth as intra-Biblical critique on the Deuteronomic law 

      Braulik, Georg (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      The book of Ruth, written in the post-exilic period, constitutes a 'homily on Dt 23- 25', (Michael D Goulder). It is the only biblical example of an entire book systematically subjecting a body of laws from the Deuteronomic ...
    • Divine and human violence and destruction in Jeremiah 20:7 - 13 

      Snyman, S. D. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      Jeremiah 20:7-13 is a texc presenting the interpreter with a multitude of problems. Five main areas of research are briefly highlighted. This paper focuses on the interpretation of hamas wasod in Jer 20:8. Eight different ...
    • Universiteitstoelating in die nuwe Suid-Afrika: ideologiese en statistiese oorwegings 

      Huysamen, Gert (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This article discusses the misconceptions which can arise when statistically distinguishable groups with diverse school backgrounds compete for admission to tertiary academic institutions. It is recommended that ...
    • In the home stretch: the legalisation of African traditional healing in South Africa 

      Pretorius, Engela (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The overall aim of this article is to describe the current status of indigenous health care policy and to determine what progress has been made in translating policy principles into action. The article deals with ...
    • Frameworks for institutional audits for quality in South African higher education 

      Lategan, Laetus (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: This paper attempts to establish the most suitable a system for institutional audits of higher education institutions in South Africa. It focuses on four areas: theory, philosophy, categories and practice. The ...
    • Deracialisation of urban business space: street traders in Pietersburg 

      Donaldson, Ronnie; Van der Merwe, Izak (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The 'invasion' of the CBD by informal entrepreneurs signalled the first visible phase of the informal process of deracialisation of business space. A clear distinction between deracialisation and desegregation ...
    • 'Relevansie' in die sielkunde in Suid-Afrika 

      Viljoen, Dawie; Louw, Dap; Beukes, Roelf (University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: In this article a general view regarding the debate on relevance in psychology in South Africa is given. It would appear that the psychology profession should be established as an important role player in the ...
    • Images of European youth at the turn of the century as reflected in the autobiographies of three Jewish writers: Arthur Schnitzler, Stefan Zweig and Ernst Toller 

      Knobloch, Hans-Jorg (University of the Free State, 1999)
      Afrikaans: In hierdie artikel word aan die hand van die outobiografieë van drie Duitstalige outeurs 'n beeld van die Europese jeug van 'n eeu gelede weergegee. Drie temas word ondersoek: ouerhuis en skool, liefde en ...