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A quantitative study on the psychological capital, psychological climate, and organisational citizenship behaviours of academic lecturers across South Africa.
Psychological Capital (PsyCap), Organisational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) and Psychological Climate (PC) are all positive constructs, which have shown a positive relationship to coping mechanism in the workplace, and ...
A social constructionist study of masculinity and its effects on health seeking behaviours among men who are at risk of cardiovascular disease.
In a world that has gender constructions, the masculine and the feminine, these gender constructions are used to highlight differences, and from this emerges differences in power that has an important effect on the phenomenon ...
Role of resilience and related coping in the adjustment of first year psychology students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus.
The transition to university is often a challenging process that requires students to adapt to new social and academic stresses whilst balancing the changing roles within their families, friends, academic work, leisure and ...
Subjective well-being of academic staff in a South African university: the role of work-life balance, job demands and job resources.
The purpose of this study was to examine how academic staffs in a selected public university evaluate the overall quality of their lives. In recognition of the changes in the higher education sector and its potentially ...
Management support, role conflict and role ambiguity among professional nurses at National Health Insurance pilot site in North West.
Background South Africa’s victory over apartheid meant that the newly elected government needed to address the challenges of a weakened health care system that was characterised disempowerment, discrimination and ...