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A phenomenological study on parents' experiences of their adolescent's substance abuse
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    Swartbooi, C. M. (2013). A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.

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    Swartbooi, Cindy Melanie. “A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.” (2013).

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    Swartbooi, C.M., 2013. A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.


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An investigation into the construction(s) and representation(s) of masculinity(ies) and femininity(ies) in 1 Corinthians.
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    Jodamus, J. (2015). An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.

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    Jodamus, Johnathan. “An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.” (2015).

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    Jodamus, J., 2015. An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.


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Black Feminism Reimagined after Intersectionality
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    Aswad, N. G. (2021). Black Feminism Reimagined after Intersectionality.

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    Aswad, Noor Ghazal. “Black Feminism Reimagined after Intersectionality.” (2021): 203-205.

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    Aswad, N.G., 2021. Black Feminism Reimagined after Intersectionality.


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Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial
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    Carlse, J. E. (2018). Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.

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    Carlse, Janine E. “Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.” (2018).

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    Carlse, J.E., 2018. Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.


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Bridging the Gap of the Afri-Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa
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    Johnson, S., & Van Schalkwyk, I. (2022). Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(3), 1165.
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    Johnson, Sharon, and Izanette Van Schalkwyk. “Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, no. 3 (2022): 1165.
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    Johnson, S. and Van Schalkwyk, I., 2022. Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(3), p.1165.

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Constructive Interpersonal Leadership Relations in Knowledge-Based Organizations: A Theoretical Framework
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    Louw, M., & Barker, R. (2021). Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework. SA Journal of Human Resource Management, 19, 10.

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    Louw, Marianne, and Rachel Barker. “Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework.” SA Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (2021): 10.

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    Louw, M. and Barker, R., 2021. Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework. SA Journal of Human Resource Management, 19, p.10.


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COVID-19 and the 'new normal'in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education
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    Sayed, Y., Singh, M., & Mort, T. (2021). COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education. African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention, 19(1), 18-42.

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    Sayed, Yusuf, Marcina Singh, and Thelma Mort. “COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education.” African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention 19, no. 1 (2021): 18-42.

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    Sayed, Y., Singh, M. and Mort, T., 2021. COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education. African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention, 19(1), pp.18-42.


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From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town
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    Johnson, S. (2019). Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town. In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents (pp. 31-47). Columbia University Press.

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    Johnson, Sharon. “Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town.” In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents, pp. 31-47. Columbia University Press, 2019.

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    Johnson, S., 2019. Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town. In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents (pp. 31-47). Columbia University Press.


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"Just City-Making" in Cape Town: Liberating Theological Education
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    Headley, S. D. (2021). “Just City-making” in Cape Town: Liberating Theological Education. Missionalia: Southern African Journal of Missiology, 49.

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    Headley, Selena D. ““Just City-making” in Cape Town: Liberating Theological Education.” Missionalia: Southern African Journal of Missiology 49 (2021).

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    Headley, S.D., 2021. “Just City-making” in Cape Town: Liberating Theological Education. Missionalia: Southern African Journal of Missiology, 49.


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Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context
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    Kure, K. U. (2020). Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 76(2).

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    Kure, Kefas U. “Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context.” HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 76, no. 2 (2020).

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    Kure, K.U., 2020. Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, 76(2).


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  • Stegmann, R N. 2014. Legal Status: New Testament. In: O’Brien, Julia M. exec. ed. Oxford Encyclopaedia of the Bible and Gender Studies. New York: OUP.

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Male youths' perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention
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    Machimana, E. G., & Nhlanhla, P. (2020). Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention. Open Journal for Sociological Studies, 4(1).

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    Machimana, Eugene Gabriel, and Phillip Nhlanhla. “Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention.” Open Journal for Sociological Studies 4, no. 1 (2020).

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    Machimana, E.G. and Nhlanhla, P., 2020. Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention. Open Journal for Sociological Studies, 4(1).


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Navigating learning realms in a time of COVID-19 (HELTASA).

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Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province
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    Machimana, E. G. (2012). Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Africa).

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    Machimana, Eugene Gabriel. “Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province.” PhD diss., University of South Africa, 2012.

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    Machimana, E.G., 2012. Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Africa).


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Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically
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    Stegmann, R. N., & Faure, M. (2015). Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology, 22(3-4), 219-249.

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    Stegmann, Robert N., and Marlyn Faure. “Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically.” Religion and Theology 22, no. 3-4 (2015): 219-249.

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    Stegmann, R.N. and Faure, M., 2015. Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology, 22(3-4), pp.219-249.


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Reflections in a time of crisis (UCT Lockdown letters)

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Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy
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    Toit, B. D. (2012). Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.

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    Toit, Bowers-Du. “Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.” (2012).

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    Toit, B.D., 2012. Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.


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Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme.
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    Sayed, Y., Van Heerden, S., & McDonald, Z. (2020). Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme. South African Journal of Childhood Education, 10(1), 1-9.

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    Sayed, Yusuf, Sene Van Heerden, and Zahraa McDonald. “Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme.” South African Journal of Childhood Education 10, no. 1 (2020): 1-9.

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    Sayed, Y., Van Heerden, S. and McDonald, Z., 2020. Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme. South African Journal of Childhood Education, 10(1), pp.1-9.


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Teacher's experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done?.
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    Moodley, D. E. (2014). Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done? (Doctoral dissertation).

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    Moodley, Desireé Eva. “Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done?.” PhD diss., 2014.

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    Moodley, D.E., 2014. Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done? (Doctoral dissertation).


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Theology and the social welfare practice of the church-Exploring the relationship in the Paarl context
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    Bowers Du Toit, N. F. (2012). Theology and the social welfare practice of the church-Exploring the relationship in the Paarl context.

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    Bowers Du Toit, Nadine Francis. “Theology and the social welfare practice of the church-Exploring the relationship in the Paarl context.” (2012).

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    Bowers Du Toit, N.F., 2012. Theology and the social welfare practice of the church-Exploring the relationship in the Paarl context.


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    van der Merwe, S. (2018). The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music. In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage (pp. 358-366). Routledge.

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    van der Merwe, Schalk. “The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music.” In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage, pp. 358-366. Routledge, 2018.

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    van der Merwe, S., 2018. The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music. In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage (pp. 358-366). Routledge.


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“Writing Centre Consultants as Critical Friends”
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    Carlse, J. E. (2019). Writing centre consultants as critical friends. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, 2019(57), 183-194.

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    Carlse, Janine Esmé. “Writing centre consultants as critical friends.” Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus 2019, no. 57 (2019): 183-194.

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    Carlse, J.E., 2019. Writing centre consultants as critical friends. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, 2019(57), pp.183-194.


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Remembrance and renewal - Exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of Democracy
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    Toit, B. D. (2012). Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.

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    Toit, Bowers-Du. “Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.” (2012).

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    Toit, B.D., 2012. Remembrance and renewal: exploring the role of the church as an agent of welfare after 15 years of democracy.


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Theology and the social welfare practice of the church: exploring the relationship in the Paarl context
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    clu Toit, N. B. (2012). Theology and the social welfare practice of the church. Welfare, Religion and Gender in Post-apartheid South Africa: Constructing a South-North Dialogue, 257.

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    clu Toit, Nadine Bowers. “Theology and the social welfare practice of the church.” Welfare, Religion and Gender in Post-apartheid South Africa: Constructing a South-North Dialogue (2012): 257.

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    clu Toit, N.B., 2012. Theology and the social welfare practice of the church. Welfare, Religion and Gender in Post-apartheid South Africa: Constructing a South-North Dialogue, p.257.


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"Black Lesbian Identities in South Africa: Confronting a History of Denial."
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    Carlse, J. E. (2018). Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.

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    Carlse, Janine E. “Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.” (2018).

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    Carlse, J.E., 2018. Black lesbian identities in South Africa: Confronting a history of denial.


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Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality
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    Nash, J. C. (2018). Black feminism reimagined: After intersectionality. Duke University Press.

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    Nash, Jennifer C. Black feminism reimagined: After intersectionality. Duke University Press, 2018.

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    Nash, J.C., 2018. Black feminism reimagined: After intersectionality. Duke University Press.


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“Writing Centre Consultants as Critical Friends”
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    Carlse, J. E. (2019). Writing centre consultants as critical friends. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus2019(57), 183-194.

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    Carlse, Janine Esmé. “Writing centre consultants as critical friends.” Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus 2019, no. 57 (2019): 183-194.

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    Carlse, J.E., 2019. Writing centre consultants as critical friends. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus2019(57), pp.183-194.


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"Just City-Making" in Cape Town : Liberating Theological Education
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    Headley, S. (2021). “Just city-making” in Cape Town: liberating theological education.

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    Headley, Selena. ““Just city-making” in Cape Town: liberating theological education.” (2021).

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    Headley, S., 2021. “Just city-making” in Cape Town: liberating theological education.


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Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa
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    Johnson, S., & Van Schalkwyk, I. (2022). Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health19(3), 1165.

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    Johnson, Sharon, and Izanette Van Schalkwyk. “Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, no. 3 (2022): 1165.

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    Johnson, S. and Van Schalkwyk, I., 2022. Bridging the Gap of the Afri–Eurocentric Worldview Divide in a Postcolonial South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health19(3), p.1165.


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Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organizations: A theoretical framework
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    Louw, M., & Barker, R. (2021). Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework. SA Journal of Human Resource Management19, 10.

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    Louw, Marianne, and Rachel Barker. “Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework.” SA Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (2021): 10.

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    Louw, M. and Barker, R., 2021. Constructive interpersonal leadership relations in knowledge-based organisations: A theoretical framework. SA Journal of Human Resource Management19, p.10.


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Male Youths’ Perceptions, Knowledge and Beliefs of Alcohol Misuse and HIV Prevention
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    Machimana, E. G., & Nhlanhla, P. (2020). Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention. Open Journal for Sociological Studies4(1).

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    Machimana, Eugene Gabriel, and Phillip Nhlanhla. “Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention.” Open Journal for Sociological Studies 4, no. 1 (2020).

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    Machimana, E.G. and Nhlanhla, P., 2020. Male youths’ perceptions, knowledge and beliefs of alcohol misuse and HIV prevention. Open Journal for Sociological Studies4(1).


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Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse: The risk of HIV-infection among male youths
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    Machimana, E. G. (2012). Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Africa).

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    Machimana, Eugene Gabriel. “Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province.” PhD diss., University of South Africa, 2012.

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    Machimana, E.G., 2012. Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Africa).


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COVID-19 and the 'New Normal' in Education: Exacerbating Existing Inequities in Education
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    Machimana, E. G. (2012). Perceptions of the association between alcohol misuse and the risk of HIV-infection among male youths in Soshanguve, Gauteng province (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Africa).

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    Sayed, Yusuf, Marcina Singh, and Thelma Mort. “COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education.” African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention 19, no. 1 (2021): 18-42.

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    Sayed, Y., Singh, M. and Mort, T., 2021. COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’in education: Exacerbating existing inequities in education. African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention19(1), pp.18-42.


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Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa
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    Stegmann, R. N., & Faure, M. (2015). Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology22(3-4), 219-249.

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    Stegmann, Robert N., and Marlyn Faure. “Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically.” Religion and Theology 22, no. 3-4 (2015): 219-249.

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    Stegmann, R.N. and Faure, M., 2015. Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology22(3-4), pp.219-249.


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Re-Appropriating Israel's Wisdom Tradition: The Place of Local Wisdom in Theological Discourse
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    Stegmann, R. N., & Faure, M. (2015). Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology22(3-4), 219-249.

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    Stegmann, Robert N., and Marlyn Faure. “Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically.” Religion and Theology 22, no. 3-4 (2015): 219-249.

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    Stegmann, R.N. and Faure, M., 2015. Reading Scripture in a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Re-Imagining Gendered Identity Hermeneutically. Religion and Theology22(3-4), pp.219-249.


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    van der Merwe, S. (2018). The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music. In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage (pp. 358-366). Routledge.

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    van der Merwe, Schalk. “The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music.” In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage, pp. 358-366. Routledge, 2018.

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    van der Merwe, S., 2018. The history and heritage of popular Afrikaans music. In The Routledge Companion to Popular Music History and Heritage (pp. 358-366). Routledge.


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Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme
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    Sayed, Y., Van Heerden, S., & McDonald, Z. (2020). Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme. South African Journal of Childhood Education10(1), 1-9.

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    Sayed, Yusuf, Sene Van Heerden, and Zahraa McDonald. “Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme.” South African Journal of Childhood Education 10, no. 1 (2020): 1-9.

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    Sayed, Y., Van Heerden, S. and McDonald, Z., 2020. Student teachers’ views of their experiences in a Bachelor’s programme. South African Journal of Childhood Education10(1), pp.1-9.


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From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town
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    Johnson, S. (2019). Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town. In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents (pp. 31-47). Columbia University Press.

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    Johnson, Sharon. “Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town.” In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents, pp. 31-47. Columbia University Press, 2019.

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    Johnson, S., 2019. Chapter One. From Disempowerment to Self-Belief: A Center of Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Cape Town. In Narrating Practice with Children and Adolescents (pp. 31-47). Columbia University Press.


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Socially just pedagogies: towards participatory parity in higher education. Women’s and Gender Studies Department
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    Gredley, S. (2022). Socially just pedagogies: Towards participatory parity in higher education.

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    Gredley, Susan. “Socially just pedagogies: Towards participatory parity in higher education.” (2022).

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    Gredley, S., 2022. Socially just pedagogies: Towards participatory parity in higher education.


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An investigation into the construction(s) and representation(s) of masculinity(ies) and femininity(ies) in 1 Corinthians.
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    Jodamus, J. (2015). An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.

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    Jodamus, Johnathan. “An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.” (2015).

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    Jodamus, J., 2015. An investigation into the construction (s) and representation (s) of masculinity (ies) and femininity (ies) in 1 Corinthians.


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Teachers' experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done?
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    Moodley, D. E. (2014). Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done? (Doctoral dissertation).

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    Moodley, Desireé Eva. “Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done?.” PhD diss., 2014.

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    Moodley, D.E., 2014. Teacher’s experiences of a learning styles approach to curriculum implementation: Dunn and Done? (Doctoral dissertation).


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A phenomenological study on parents’ lived experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.
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    Swartbooi, C. M. (2013). A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.

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    Swartbooi, Cindy Melanie. “A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.” (2013).

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    Swartbooi, C.M., 2013. A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.


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Reflections in a time of crisis (UCT Lockdown letters).
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    Swartbooi, C. M. (2013). A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.

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    Swartbooi, Cindy Melanie. “A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.” (2013).

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    Swartbooi, C.M., 2013. A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.


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Navigating learning realms in a time of COVID-19
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    Swartbooi, C. M. (2013). A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.

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    Swartbooi, Cindy Melanie. “A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.” (2013).

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    Swartbooi, C.M., 2013. A phenomenological study on parents’ experiences of their adolescent’s substance abuse.


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Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context
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    Kure, K. U. (2020). Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies76(2).

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    Kure, Kefas U. “Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context.” HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 76, no. 2 (2020).

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    Kure, K.U., 2020. Leadership, corruption and the dignity of humans: Some reflections from the Nigerian context. HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies76(2).


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Freirean Research

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    Steer, A. (2018). A Comparative Study of the Freirean Pedagogical Practices employed by Popular Educators in South Africa and Canada during Facilitator Training (Master’s thesis, University of Cape Town).

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    Steer, Ashleigh. “A Comparative Study of the Freirean Pedagogical Practices employed by Popular Educators in South Africa and Canada during Facilitator Training.” Master’s thesis, University of Cape Town, 2018.

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    Steer, A., 2018. A Comparative Study of the Freirean Pedagogical Practices employed by Popular Educators in South Africa and Canada during Facilitator Training (Master’s thesis, University of Cape Town).


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A Freirean Perspective on South African Teacher Education Policy Development
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    Botman, B. V. (2016). A Freirean perspective on South African teacher education policy development. South African Journal of Higher Education30(5), 48-67.

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    Botman, B. V. “A Freirean perspective on South African teacher education policy development.” South African Journal of Higher Education 30, no. 5 (2016): 48-67.

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    Botman, B.V., 2016. A Freirean perspective on South African teacher education policy development. South African Journal of Higher Education30(5), pp.48-67.


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Curriculum Restructuring in South African Higher Education: Academic identifies and policy implementation
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    Moore, R. (2003). Curriculum restructuring in South African higher education: Academic identities and policy implementation. Studies in Higher Education28(3), 303-319.

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    Moore, Rob. “Curriculum restructuring in South African higher education: Academic identities and policy implementation.” Studies in Higher Education 28, no. 3 (2003): 303-319.

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    Moore, R., 2003. Curriculum restructuring in South African higher education: Academic identities and policy implementation. Studies in Higher Education28(3), pp.303-319.


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Freirean Principles and Critical Literacy Counter Retrograde Impulses in the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement
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Pedadgogy of the Opressed
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    Freire, P. (2020). Pedagogy of the oppressed. In Toward a Sociology of Education (pp. 374-386). Routledge.

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Re-imagining 'Non-Traditional' Student Constructs in Higher Education: A Case Study of one South African University
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    February, C. A. (2016). Re-imagining’nontraditional’student constructs in higher education: a case study of one South African University.

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    February, Colette Ann. “Re-imagining’nontraditional’student constructs in higher education: a case study of one South African University.” (2016).

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Rethinking Education as the Practice of Freedom: Paulo Freire and the promise of critical pedagogy
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    Giroux, H. A. (2010). Rethinking education as the practice of freedom: Paulo Freire and the promise of critical pedagogy. Policy Futures in Education8(6), 715-721.

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    Giroux, Henry A. “Rethinking education as the practice of freedom: Paulo Freire and the promise of critical pedagogy.” Policy Futures in Education 8, no. 6 (2010): 715-721.

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Teaching and Learning Paulo Freire: South Africa's Communities of Struggle
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The idea of a South African University and Implications for knowledge production
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    Imenda, S. N. (2005). The idea of a South African university and implications for knowledge production. South African Journal of Higher Education19(sed-1), 1405-1418.

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    Imenda, S. N. “The idea of a South African university and implications for knowledge production.” South African Journal of Higher Education 19, no. sed-1 (2005): 1405-1418.

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Toward a Critical Pedagogy of Engagement for Alienated Youth: Insights from Freire and School-Based Research
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    McInerney, P. (2009). Toward a critical pedagogy of engagement for alienated youth: Insights from Freire and school‐based research. Critical studies in education50(1), 23-35.

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    McInerney, Peter. “Toward a critical pedagogy of engagement for alienated youth: Insights from Freire and school‐based research.” Critical studies in education 50, no. 1 (2009): 23-35.

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Towards an E-Learning ecologies approach to pedagogy in a Post-COVID World
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    Fataar, A., & Norodien-Fataar, N. (2021). Towards an e-learning ecologies approach to pedagogy in a post-COVID world. Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal), (84), 155-168.

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    Fataar, Aslam, and Najwa Norodien-Fataar. “Towards an e-learning ecologies approach to pedagogy in a post-COVID world.” Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal) 84 (2021): 155-168.

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