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Ukuthwasa initiation of amagqirha: identity construction and the training of Xhosa women as traditional healers
(University of the Free State, 2009-05)
English: The study explores ukuthwasa initiation process amongst amaXhosa women in the Eastern Cape Province. The focus is on the training of women amagqirha in three areas in the Eastern Cape. The study looks at how the ...
Gospel rap and ideology: exploring new paths in critical musicology
(University of the Free State, 2002-11)
Afrikaans: ARL 991 Vraagstukke van musikale betekenis: 'n ideologie-kritiese benadering Onlangse modelle van musikale betekenis, verteenwoordigend van verskillende dissiplinêre perspektiewe, wissel van semioties/ ...
Die gevolge van positiewe MIV-diagnosering by adolessente-leerders
(University of the Free State, 2005-11)
English: In article 1 it became clear from the literature why adolescents are seen as a high-risk group for contracting and spreading HIV/Aids. Adolescents are seen as being in a developmental phase regarding the forming ...
The importance of loss of faith in conventional religion as a feature of Peter Shaffer's major works
(University of the Free State, 2005-05)
Man's need for worship has been an undeniable fact in the history of mankind; the subject of the awareness of and necessity for faith has always been of fundamental concern to man. Man always aspires to reach a knowable ...
'n Antropologiese studie na die identiteit van vroue in Orania
(University of the Free State, 2009)
English: In this thesis, 'n description is given of the content of the cultural identity of a selected group of women in Orania, as well as how women maintain and promote their identity by means of their activities and ...
Simboliek en mitologie as interpretasiehulpmiddels in die migranteliteratuurroman, Paravion, deur Hafid Bouazza
(University of the Free State, 2008)
English: The contribution of symbolic and mythological references towards the interpretation process and eventual evaluation of a novel is researched according to primarily semiotic premises. The retrieval, interpretation ...