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Kwazulu Natal's institutional environment : its impact on development imperatives.
The study of development in the 1960s and early 1970s was characterised by major struggles between competing ideological positions . Writings were dominated by attempts at getting the ideologies right , hence the proliferation ...
Motherhood, marriage and career : some liberal feminist and some ultra orthodox Jewish views.
A comparison is made between the manner in which motherhood is perceived from a liberal feminist point of view within the patriarchal framework of modern western society, and the way in which it is viewed in ultra-orthodox ...
Women in sex work in the Durban CBD : towards a broader understanding of poverty.
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Orientations to development : a comparative analysis in Natal and KwaZulu.
In the last four decades social scientists have been preoccupied with the process of modernisation and development. Theorists who emphasised a normative perspective distinguished between value systems relating to individuals ...
Evaluating community health projects : the role of social capital.
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The role of non-formal education in development : a perceptual analysis of the KTT's interventions.
The total Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of sub-Saharan Africa1in 1987 totalled about $135 billion, roughly the equivalent of Belgium with its population of 10 million (World Bank, 1989). Africa's deepening crisis is ...
Development frameworks and implementation problems : a study of the Ubombo/Ingwavuma development framework.
This dissertation is concerned with the extent to which development frameworks are valid tools to guide development within a region, and makes use of the Ubombo/ Ingwavuma development framework as a case study. Through the ...
Re-thinking education in South Africa : case studies of community participation in education in the Durban Functional Region.
The inadequacies of Black education have been approached from various angles including government intervention in the form of legislation, socio-economic measures, and others. People have also discovered this inadequacies ...
Social policy implications for the care and welfare of children affected by HIV/AIDS in Kwazulu-Natal.
In the next few years South Africa with be faced with immense socio-economic problems created by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, not least of which will be the impact on children and their families. Evidence from other African ...
The 'managed' co-operative : a case study into the social and economic benefits of participating in rural co-operatives in KwaZulu-Natal.
The primary goal of development is to alleviate poverty, and thus improve people's lives. Co-operatives around the world are becoming used more regularly as a vehicle for such development. However, as a result of ...