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    • Willeboer en die Boere-Franse: mitifisering en ontnugtering in Villebois-Mareuil se Carnet de Campagne 

      Morgan, Naomi (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: The commemoration of the Anglo-Boer War provides researchers with an opportunity to publicise lesser known and forgotten texts. Worthy texts by foreign participants in the war are scarce; Villebois-Mareuil 's ...
    • The interdisciplinary nature of technology education: a means of promoting 'hands-on' and 'minds-on' activities 

      De Swart, Estelle; Ankiewicz, Piet (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Because the interdisciplinary nature of technology education facilitates its integration with other school subjects, the first aim of this study was to explore and illustrate the possible link between information ...
    • The South African Police Services: towards a model of empowerment 

      Van Niekerk, Eugene; Prins, Annette (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Police officers currently suffer unacceptable levels of physical and psychological trauma. This has an impact on their personal and job satisfaction and can negatively affect their ability to render effective ...
    • Die langtermyndoeltreffendheid van 'n universiteitsoorbruggingsprogram 

      Van Rooyen, Elenora; Huysamen, Gert (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Intended as a means of preparing students from historically black high schools for tertiary admission and to facilitate their transition to tertiary education, the Career Preparation Programme (CPP) has been in ...
    • Multiple cultures in the workplace 

      Ghyoot, V. G. (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: South Africa and the African continent at large host a diversity of cultures that must be accommodated by business as customers, workers or associates. South Africa's recent re-acceptance into the international ...
    • The raised fourth degree of the scale in Chopin's mazurkas 

      Viljoen, Nicol (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: This article focuses on the raised fourth or Lydian scale degree of the scale in Chopin's mazurkas from the viewpoint of the stylised mazurka's fusion of folkloric elements and nineteenth-century tonal language. ...
    • Environmental refugees in developing nations: exploring the causes and impact 

      Redelinghuys, Nola; Pelser, Andre (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: The phenomenon of environmental refugees is a little recognised and largely undefined migration trend that is expected to show dramatic acceleration in the near future as environmental degradation renders large ...
    • 'n Verkennende studie van Anglo-Boereoorlog-fiksie 

      De Wet, Corene (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Writers of narratives about the Anglo-Boer War claim that it is essential to record stories about this conflict to ensure that experiences of the people are not forgotten. This article surveys the mainly Afrikaans ...
    • The remaking of local government in the Eastern Cape: economic, demographic and political challenges 

      Wood, Geoffrey (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: This paper focuses on the problems and prospects of urban local government in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa. It commences with an overview of the institutional framework of local government in South ...
    • The perceived efficacy of western and traditional health care in an urban population in the Northern province, South Africa 

      Peltzer, Karel (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: The aim of the srudy was to examine the perceived efficacy of five different types of therapies (traditional herbalists, diviners, and prophets, western medicine and psychology) in treating 25 common complaints ...
    • The political pathology of health care policy in South Africa 

      Gaigher, Retha (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: South Africa is currently dealing with the transformation of health care into an equitable, national health care system driven by a primary health care approach. This requires a complicated set of administrative ...
    • Social disruption in South Africa: strategies towards conflict resolution 

      Prinsloo, Erna (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: In most countries where different racial and ethnic groups live together, society is characterised by conflict. One of the most important reasons for this is the fact that ethnic groups are usually minority groups. ...
    • Basiese wetenskapsbeoefening in die geesteswetenskappe: uitdagings, verwagtinge en knelpunte 

      Strauss, Danie (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Against the background of a brief sketch of the genesis of the university as a modern institution, this arcicle focuses on the rise of the humanities. This process is portrayed in terms of the inherent tension ...
    • Exposure to violence and posttraumatic stress disorder in a rural adult population in South Africa 

      Peltzer, Karel (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: The purpose of the study is to identify exposure to violence and its consequences for health in an adult community in rural South African. The instruments used for the interviews included a 24-item Exposure-to-Violence ...
    • Hoër onderwys en diversiteit: 'n oop gesprek 

      Bitzer, Eli; Bezuidenhout, Zandra (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: South African higher education does not stand alone in facing the challenges posed by diversity in a time of transformation. The growth and variety of subject literature in this field indicates that student ...
    • Argeologiese beeldsemiotiek en skilderkuns 

      Visagie, Johann (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: This article derives from what was originally a methodological model for the figurative analysis (in terms of images, metaphors, symbols, etc) of discourses, not simply with reference to their supposed origin but ...
    • A theoretical perspective on the societal significance of religion in South Africa 

      Muller, Hans (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: It is assumed that modernity is a factor inducing change in contemporary South Africa. This assumption is explained in terms of a characterisadon of recent social, political and economic changes. The theoretical ...
    • Loodvergiftiging in antieke Rome 

      Retief, Francois; Cilliers, Louise (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: Lead was known to the ancients from at least the fourth millennium BC, but its utilisation increased markedly during Roman times, when it became a health hazard. Mines and smelting furnaces caused air pollution; ...
    • Verifying the NPS-WASHMO urban runoff component of the ACRU model 

      Schmitz, Peter; De Villiers, Gawie (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: The collection and analysis of rainfall, stream flow and water quality data are described for an urban catchment used in model development. The data illustrates the existing hydrological conditions in the Palmier ...
    • Die rol van die intertaal by tweedetaalverwerwing 

      Stander, Magda (University of the Free State, 2000)
      English: All speakers have a universal linguistic knowledge which they can apply to any language, making it possible for them to create a linguistic system or interlanguage. Such an interlanguage differs from the standardised ...