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    • Christian faith and economic life: some Kuyperian themes 

      Beukes, Elwil (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: This article argues that the legacy of the nineteenth-century Dutch statesman and theologian Abraham Kuyper merits renewed attention for the light it sheds on some topical economic issues of our time. Kuyper’s ...
    • Using multiple-choice questions,short questions and exercises to assess student performance 

      Jovanovic, Nabo; Latief, Abduraghiem (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: Multiple-choice questions, short questions and exercises were used to assess the performance of students in environmental and water sciences at the University of the Western Cape (Bellville, South Africa). The ...
    • In defence of history as a school subject 

      Schoeman, Sonja (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: In view of the fact that the majority of learners terminate their study of history at the end of the General Education and Training phase (Grade 9), active steps should be taken by history practitioners and ...
    • The work experience of white male academics 

      Schulze, Salomé (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: This article reports on the work experiences of a group of white male academics from the human sciences and on the usefulness of some theories of job satisfaction. Quantitative data were collected from 25 ...
    • Dollarisation as an alternative exchange rate regime for emerging countries 

      Wessels, Buks (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English:Over the past three decades exchange rate volatility has motivated a renewed search for stable and predictable exchange rate regimes. As a fixed exchange rate regime, dollarisation has increasingly been suggested ...
    • Oral people can be literate: some reflections on aurally based literacy 

      Alant, Jaco (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: The concept of literacy, in its “autonomous” view as a language derived skill offering certain cognitive advances, can be situated within the context of primary orality. Aurally based literacy becomes possible ...
    • Drop-out in township secondary schools: educators’ perspectives 

      Masitsa, Gilbert (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: The drop-out rate at township secondary schools is increasing with no sign of abating. Elevated drop-out levels cause a high rate of functional illiteracy, limited occupational and economic prospects, and an ...
    • Teaching mentally disabled learners 

      Olivier, Tilla; Williams, Evelyn (University of the Free State, 2006)
      English: This investigation focused on the “special” (different from mainstream education) nature of special education and teachers’ experiences of the challenges of teaching the mentally disabled learner. The aim was ...