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The development and evaluation of a conflict resolution programme : the school as context.
The research entailed the development, implementation and evaluation of a conflict resolution programme. Using the ecological perspective as the theoretical framework, the study highlighted the school as an appropriate ...
A comparative study of the problems and challenges of women in social work management.
The aim of this research project was to explore the experiences of black and white women managers who are employed in private and public social work settings. The major stressors and challenges which women managers experienced ...
Psychosocial effects of organisational restructuring : a study among non-academic staff at the University of Durban-Westville.
Change is inevitable and will be the hallmark of our lives. This study was undertaken against the background of the restructuring plans at the University of Durban Westville (UDW). It was motivated by a concern for the ...
Deployment related stress : the experience of naval families.
The sacrifices required of Navy families are substantial. In order to maintain readiness, the Navy must maintain high standards and retain well trained people. To retain experienced and productive service members, family ...
An experimental study of the effectiveness of group therapeutic techniques in improving black-white relations among university students.
The need for an effective group programme to improve Black-White relations on desegregated university campuses in South Africa was identified as the focal area of concern of this study. A particularly urgent need to ...
School social work service delivery : models for future practice.
The focus of this study was to develop an indigenous, relevant model of school social work for future practice in South Africa. This was accomplished by surveying policies governing school social work services, researching ...