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    • Gender stereotypes and reconstruction: a feminist appraisal of Nigerian video films 

      Ogunleye, Foluke (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English:This paper posits that the video film, a popular art form in Nigeria, should initiate a new image and foster the empowerment of women, rather than merely reflecting the damaging traditions within society. Traditionally, ...
    • Gender, purchase intention and sponsor image: a case study of the 2003 Cricket World Cup 

      Van Heerden, Neels; Kotzè, Theuns; Bruwer, Johan (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English:This study examines the influence of gender and recall in terms of sponsor image and purchase intention in relation to the four international sponsors of the 2003 Cricket World Cup (CWC 2003). The research was ...
    • Higher education and the market: influence and responses 

      Van Wyk, Berte (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English: This article briefly considers theoretical assumptions about markets and then explores how internationalisation, globalisation and neo-liberalism relate to markets in higher education. To gain a better understanding ...
    • The induction of inexperienced teachers: problems and needs 

      Steyn, Trudie; Schulze, Salomé (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English:This paper reports on an investigation into the problems experienced by neophyte educators. Hypotheses were formulated, focusing on the relation between gender, age, years of teaching experience and geographical ...
    • Politieke transformasie: ’n konseptuele oriëntering en Suid-Afrikaanse toepassing 

      Duvenhage, André (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English:In this article the concept of political transformation, as it has occurred since 1994, is analysed and then empirically applied in the South African context. Political transformation in reaction to an unacceptable ...
    • Selling HIV/AIDS prevention: a case of mixed messages 

      Francis, Dennis; Rimensberger, Nicole (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English: This paper reports on a content analysis of three youth magazines, undertaken in order to establish whether the messages of loveLifeare diluted, contradicted or reinforced by such examples of popular youth culture. ...
    • Solid waste management in intensively farmed rural areas: a Western Cape case study 

      Van der Merwe, Hannes; Steyl, Ilse (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English: Waste control in intensively farmed and densely settled rural areas of South Africa poses a particular challenge to integrated waste management policy. In this case study, undertaken in the Western Cape, a survey ...
    • The use and potential commercial development of Athrixia phylicoides 

      Rampedi, Issac; Olivier, Jana (University of the Free State, 2005)
      English: Athrixia phylicoides (Asteraceae) is a plant indigenous to the north-eastern mountain ranges of South Africa. It has been harvested for generations by rural communities for use as a tea and a medicine as well as ...