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Attitudes of older persons, and their care-givers, towards human sexuality.
The literature reviewed reveals changing attitudes towards sexuality generally and towards sexuality and the elderly in particular. These changes are ' .... represented by a shift from religious organization of moral ...
We are so poor : an investigation into the lives of ten women living in an informal area in the Durban Functional Region with particular reference to the role of domestic fuels.
This dissertation explores the texture of women's lives in an urban informal area, with the particular aim of highlighting their use of domestic energies in the absence of their access to electricity. The investigation ...
Indian women in politics from 1946 to 1963 : a focus on the Transvaal.
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Rural women's protests in Natal in 1959.
In the 1950s, apartheid policies in the Natal countryside served to oppress the majority of African women more than they had ever been before. Yet ironically, it was their being 'left behind' by the system of migrant labour ...
Entering the teaching profession as a woman : some student perceptions.
The overall aim of this research is to probe, and attempt an understanding of, women student teachers' choice of teaching as a career. Because of various limitations, this research is no more than an exploratory study, ...
Evaluation of a coping skills training programme designed to raise self esteem in divorced women.
The purpose of this study was to design, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of a Coping Skills Training Programme in raising divorced women's self esteem and coping behaviour. This study incorporated feminist self ...
An investigation of gender discrimination against South African women educators of Indian descent.
Claims of gender discrimination by women educators in South Africa were investigated through an examination of specific issues surrounding the employment of women educators of Indian descent. These include maternity ...
Teaching gender in English literature at a South African secondary school in KwaZulu Natal (KZN)
Work on gender in education has only recently gained impetus in South Africa. The GETT report (1997) draws attention to the paucity of context-based and qualitative research in this area particularly with regard to the ...
Gender and the political economy of health and health care of women with reference to African women in the Natal/Zululand region.
The purpose of this thesis is two-fold: it attempts to develop a feminist theory of health and health care of women and moves beyond the political economy theory of health and health care grounded in Marxist principles. ...
A gendered approach to media narratives within the English classroom at secondary school level
No abstract available.