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    • Academic inbreeding and isolation in South African psychology 

      Fouché, Jan; Louw, Dap (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: Several factors have contributed to the fact that academic inbreeding and isolation have reached almost epidemic proportions at South African universities. Although this phenomenon has been described as a cancer ...
    • Arbeidsverhoudingprobleme met algemene werkers aan tegniese kolleges: ’n kwalitatiewe perspektief 

      Viljoen, Ina; Bisschoff, Tom; Gouws, Francois (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: South Africa has recently experienced major changes in labour relations, requiring very skilled practitioners. Technical college management have not yet placed sufficient emphasis on the acquisition of the necessary ...
    • Challenges for participatory action research and indigenous knowledge in Africa 

      Le Grange, Lesley (University of the Free State, 2001)
      Engliish: Participatory action research represents the convergence of two intellectual and practical traditions, that of action research and participatory research. Although participatory action research is by no means ...
    • Environmental philosophy: rivalry within 

      Marshall, Alan (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: Environmental philosophy contains fractious elements, two of these being social ecology and deep ecology. This study highlights and elaborates upon the fact that social ecology and deep ecology actually have more ...
    • The facilitation of critical thinking in a Technology Education classroom 

      Ankiewicz, Piet; Adam, Fatima; De Swardt, Estelle; Gross, Elna (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: The teacher’s role in facilitating learning and thinking in Technology Education classrooms is crucial to creating an environment conducive to the promotion and development of thinking. The aim of this study was ...
    • Herbert Howells’s “Two Afrikaans songs” (1929) 

      Van der Mescht, Heinrich (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: The English composer Herbert Howells (1892-1983) did not understand the Afrikaans language, but he did hear it spoken when he travelled in South Africa in 1921. In his letters from South Africa he made very negative ...
    • Learner representatives in the governing bodies of secondary schools 

      Heystek, J (University of the Free State, 2001)
      Englsih: Learners in secondary schools are officially represented in school governing bodies (SGBs) in terms of the South African Schools Act, Act 84 of 1996. As part of the democratisation process in South African society, ...
    • The linguistic turn and social psychology 

      Painter, Desmond; Theron, Wilhelmina (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: This article investigates some of the implications of the linguistic turn in modern philosophy for the development of social psychology. The linguistic turn, according to which language does not primarily mirror ...
    • Realism and determinism: some thoughts on neoclassical economics 

      Hodge, Duncan (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: Neoclassical economics is often criticised for being deterministic and disconnected from social reality. A related criticism is that neoclassical economic theory is instrumentalist. This article argues that ...
    • Die roman maak geskiedenis: Jozef Simons se Eer Vlaanderen vergaat 

      Morgan, Naòmi (University of the Free State, 2001)
      English: Nineteenth-century Romanticism gave birth to both the historical novel and the modern science of history. History and the historical novel continue to be considered incompatible in the most recent articles and ...