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The Department of Information Studies, University of Natal : its role in education for librarianship in South Africa, 1973-1994.
This thesis investigates the development of the Department of Information Studies, with the aim of assessing the role it has played in education for librarianship in South Africa from 1973 to 1994, a period of change and ...
A study of some factors influencing the individual-organization interface and their effects on job satisfaction and human performance among some agencies in the Durban customs clearing and forwarding industry.
In this study an attempt is made to explore the individual-organization interface -- i.e., the nature of the relationship that prevails between an organization and its members -- and determine its effects upon such ...
From paternalism to participation : evolving techniques of management control in the South African gold mining industry.
The South African gold mining industry has since its inception, relied on an authoritarian and paternalistic form of labour control. This inheritance is due to a number of reasons; the nature of the process of gold mining ...
The need for workplace democracy within the context of South Africa's developing political democracy.
This research undertakes a theoretical investigation of concepts related to industrial democracy and examines the need for workplace democracy within South Africa's dynamic contemporary context. It looks at the history of ...
Industrial decentralization and everyday forms of class struggles : a case study of Isithebe (1988-1992)
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Development of a model for knowledge auditing in the Eastern Cape estuaries with special reference to the Tyolomnqa estuary.
Estuaries are irreplaceable natural resources that must be managed carefully for the mutual benefit of all who enjoy and depend on them. The estuarine environment is a very dynamic and complex environment, which poses ...
'Cycling out of poverty' through a culture of bicycle ownership and use : a case study.
South Africa does not currently have a strong bicycle culture, as most cycling is of a recreational nature. At the same time, inadequate and expensive transport, particularly for many rural individuals and groups, is one ...