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A quantitative study looking at the relationship between religious beliefs, religious affiliation, religious orientation and help-seeking among university students.
This purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between religious beliefs, religious affiliation, religious orientation, as defined by Allport and Ross (1967) and help-seeking behaviour amongst students ...
Incorporation of traditional healing into counseling services in tertiary institutions : perspectives from a selected sample of students, psychologists, healers and student management leaders at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Tertiary institutions in South Africa have become culturally diverse and the question of the counseling services available to students from diverse cultural backgrounds is inevitable. The study investigated the views of ...
An experimental psychometric study comparing the sensitive data disclosure rates of different survey modes, the Audio Computer Assisted Self-Interview, Self-Report Questionnaire and the Unmatched Count Techniques Type I and Type II, among University of KwaZulu-Natal students.
This research aimed to compare four survey modes of delivery, the Audio Computer Assisted Self Interview (ACASI), the Self-Report Questionnaire (SRQ) and the Unmatched Count Techniques (UCT) Type I and Type II, when ...
A quasi-experimental comparative cross-sectional study to compare the disclosure rates of sensitive behaviours of University of KwaZulu-Natal students.
Firstly, this research aimed to understand what behaviours are considered sensitive or private by university students (N=306) in respect of disclosure in the research context. A total of 71 items were extracted by factor ...
"Words will always hurt me" : South African university students' experiences of female relational aggression.
This study explored a non-physical, covert form of aggression known as Relational Aggression (RA) from the perspective of young adult women. The aim of the study was to explore how young adult women defined and understood ...