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Eating disorder symptomatology among black female teenagers in a rural area of KwaZulu-Natal: a cross-sectional study. (2021)The purpose of this study was to explore the prevalence of eating disorder symptomatology and statistical relationship between eating disorder pathology and body image among Black female teenagers in a rural area of ...
The experiences of black professionals in corporate South Africa: navigating the black identity in predominantly white corporate workspaces. (2021)Public places, parks or beaches are no longer clearly marked “Whites only”. However, the scourge of racial discrimination is still lingering in the post-apartheid South African corporate environment. During colonialism and ...
Teaching in a school affected by gang violence in Durban: an exploration of educators’ experiences. (2021)The escalation of gang violence in South African schools has resulted in schools rapidly becoming places of violence. The violence is not only perpetrated by learners on fellow learners, but it is now being directed towards ...
Factors determining the choice of technique in the manufacturing sector in the Pietermaritzburg economic region. (1992)Abstract available in PDF.
An analysis of demographic differences in student’s perceptions of intelligence at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus. (2021)The concept of intelligence has been one of the most studied phenomena over many centuries and its definition remains a mystery and continues to be surrounded by controversy. There are different ways in which intelligence ...