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An exploratory study of the experiences of care-givers of children with autism in KwaZulu-Natal.
The term ‘autism’ was first used in 1906 to describe a condition in adults. The term was later used again in 1943 and 1944 by Leo Kanner and Hans Asperger respectively who used the term to describe symptoms found in ...
A qualitative study focusing on coping mechanisms for black diabetic women between the ages of 40-50 years.
This is a study on black diabetic women in Durban, UMlazi N Section in South Africa. The study seeks to explore the cultural meanings that are attached to diabetes as well as examine the coping mechanisms that the women ...
The role of 'home food' in maintaining identity through social network ties : Sierra Leone migrants in Durban.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of ‘home food’ in the lives of Sierra Leoneans living in Durban who are members of the Sierra Leonean Association. Another aim was to find out if communal sharing of ...
From practice to policy : a critical study of the perceptions and use of the female condom by women in Durban.
The study aims to probe the perceptions and experiences of using female condoms for women living in Durban. The study probes these perceptions and experiences within the embedded socio-cultural and gendered dynamics that ...