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Implications and explications of police translation of complainants’ sworn statements: evidence lost in translation?
(University of the Free State, 2015-07)
This interdisciplinary case study demonstrates that ‘retelling and rewriting’ of complainants’ legal narratives constitutes translation. The police officers’ (hereafter referred to as transpreters) exercise of translating ...
Twis om woorde: ŉ forensiese ondersoek na semantiese kwessies in hofsake
(University of the Free State, 2015-06)
English: Law is dependent on language. This is seen, amongst others, in a court of law’s responsibility to interpret the meaning of words. Cases regularly revolve around words; as a result courts have to deal with lexical ...
Developing a theoretical rationale for the attainment of greater equivalence of standard in the Grade 12 Home Language exit-level examinations
(University of the Free State, 2017-02)
English: Disproportionately high pass rates and alarming discrepancies in the results of the South African National Senior Certificate (NSC) external examination for Home Language (HL) subjects have undermined the credibility ...
The incremental validity of three tests of academic literacy in the context of a South African university of technology
(University of the Free State, 2016-07)
English: This study focuses on the incremental validity of three assessments of academic language readiness, compared to Grade 12 English results: the National Benchmark Test in Academic Literacy (NBT AL), the Proficiency ...
Die insigte van die pragmatiek vir die onderrig van Afrikaans as moedertaal in die sekondere skool
(University of the Free State, 1990-06)
Abstract not available
Language-in-education planning in Tanzania: a sociolinguistic analysis
(University of the Free State, 2009-11)
The study presents a sociolinguistic analysis of the current language-in-education policy implementation in Tanzania. The current sociolinguistic thinking on bilingual education and language-in-education planning informs ...
Die rol van taalaktivisme by die herwaardering van moedertaalonderrig in Suid-Afrikaanse skole
(University of the Free State, 2012-07)
Afrikaans: Op 8 Mei 1996 het die Grondwetlike Vergadering van die Republiek van Suid-Afrika ’n nuwe demokratiese grondwet aanvaar. Die Grondwet maak voorsiening vir ’n redelike aantal klousules betreffende taalkwessies. ...
Language planning in South Africa: towards a language management approach
(University of the Free State, 2004-11)
English: The study investigates the reasons for the non- implementation of multilingual policies and plans with special reference to South Africa’s language policy and planning implementation scenario. The study identifies ...
The hermeneutics of suspicion and human empowerment: a textual and practical evaluation
(University of the Free State, 2008-11)
English: Elizabeth SchUssler Fiorenza is the main and most prominent proponent of the Hermeneutics of Suspicion. This hermeneutics has as aim the liberation and empowerment of women and other subjugated groups, and starts ...
Intercultural discourse between Igbo and South African Sesotho people residing in Bloemfontein
(University of the Free State, 2010-05)
English: This study investigates the intercultural discourse between the Igbo and the Sesotho people residing in Bloemfontein. The study is motivated by the way in which the Igbo in Bloemfontein switch from one language ...