Volume 5                                                 CONTENTS                                                            2014


VOLUME 5, Number 1                                                                                                                                      JANUARY 2014


 

SPECIAL ISSUE

 

The Dynamics of Violence in South African School

 

Vusi Mncube and Mncedisi Maphalala (Guest Editors)

 

 

Editorial

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Vusi Mncube and Tshilidzi Netshitangani • Can Violence Reduce Violence in Schools? The Case of Corporal Punishment

1-9

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M. Z. Ramorola and Taole Matshidiso Joyce • The Links between School Violence and Drug Usage in Schools: External or Internal Factor?

11-18

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Taole Matshidiso Joyce and Ramorola Mmankoko • Teacher Attitudes, Professionalism and Unprofessionalism in Relation to School Violence

19-27

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Mncedisi C. Maphalala • The Consequences of School Violence for Female Learners

29-36

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Ramodungoane  Tabane  and  Awelani  V.  Mudau • “I Touch Girls to Feel What They Are Selling”: Sexual Harassment of Female Learners in South African Schools

37-42

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Vusi Mncube and Nomanesi Madikizela-Madiya • Gangsterism as a Cause of Violence in South African Schools: The Case of Six Provinces

43-50

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Manyike Vivian Tintswalo • Schools as Sites of Violence: The Role of Social Capital in Reducing Violence in South African Township Schools

51-60

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Mncedisi C. Maphalala and P. L. Mabunda • Gangsterism: Internal and external factors associated with school violence in selected Western Cape high schools

61-70

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Bawinile Mthanti and Vusi Mncube • The Social and Economic Impact of Corporal Punishment in South African Schools

71-80

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G. D. Singh and Trudie Steyn • The Impact of Learner Violence in Rural South African Schools

81-93

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E. Chikwiri and E. M. Lemmer • Gender-based Violence in Primary Schools in the Harare and Marondera Districts of Zimbabwe

95-107

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Guide for Contributors

109-114

115-116 

 


VOLUME 5, Number 2                                                                                                                         APRIL 2014


 

Brigitte Smit An Ethnographic Narrative of Relational Leadership

117-123

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Olawale Fatoki • The Entrepreneurial Orientation of Micro Enterprises in the Retail Sector in South Africa

125-129

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S. M Kang’ethe and Mafa Itai • Dynamics Associated with the Phenomenon of Matrifocality  (Single Motherhood) in Zimbabwe: A Literature Review

131-139

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Aviwe Antoni and Ikechukwu Umejesi Small Towns and Small Enterprises:  A Study of Workplace Relations in a Rural Town in South Africa

141-152

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L. Henderson and J. G. Ferreira • Co-teaching in the Natural Science Classroom: A Case Study

153-159

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Cosmas Maphosa and Ndileleni P. Mudzielwana Designing a Teaching and Learning Agenda in a University: Key Considerations

161-167

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Livingstone Makondo • Academics Attraction and Retention Trends  at a South African University

169-177

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Livingstone Makondo • Academic Advising in Universities:  Concept Paper

179-186

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Mirriam Mogotsi, Kathryn Nel, Wilna Basson and CebileTebele Alcohol Use by Students at an Emerging University in South Africa

187-195

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Nomanesi Madikizela-Madiya and  Vusi S. Mncube The Hybrid Nature of School Space and the Manifestation of Violence in South African Schools

197-205

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Severino Machingambi • The Impact of Globalisation on Higher Education: A Marxist Critique

207-215

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Victor Solomon Monare Moeketsi • The Demise of Sesotho Language in the Democratic South Africa and its Impact on the Socio-cultural Development of the Speakers

217-224

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Kola O. Odeku • Employee’s Perception of Fairness of Advancement:   Implications for Fair Labour Practices

225-234

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Tshilidzi Netshitangani • Situated Accounts: Qualitative Interviews with Women Educational Managers

235-246

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Nhodo Lloyd, Mafongoya Owen and Dube Kiriana • The Socio-cultural Dynamics in Smallholder Irrigation Schemes in Rural Zimbabwe: A Case Study of Rupike Irrigation Scheme in Mavingo South

247-255

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Steen Nepper Larsen •  Critical Notice: Michael Tomasello on the  “Prosocial” Human Animal

257-269

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VOLUME 5, Number 3                                                                                                                           SEPTEMBER 2014


 

E. O. Adu  and C. I. O. Okeke Factors Affecting Lecturers’ Participation in Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

271-281

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S. Rajkaran and K. J. Mammen • Identifying Key Performance Indicators for Academic Departments  in a Comprehensive University through a Consensus-based Approach: A South African Case Study

283-294

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M. I. Ibiezugbe and Odion M. Odaman An Investigation into the Feeding Practices and  Food Types of the Elderly

295-302

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Tsediso M. Makoelle  • Inclusive Education:  Are We There? Some Global Challenges, Contradictions and Anomalies

303-309

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Adeagbo Oluwafemi  and Ayansola O. Ayandibu • Impact of Remittances on Development in Nigeria:  Challenges and Prospects

311-318

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Clever Ndebele and Reuben Tshuma Examining the Extent to Which Socialist Curriculum Development and Implementation in Zimbabwe from 1980 to 2004 Took Place through the History Curriculum

319-330

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Severino Machingambi • The Paradox of Using Educational Reform as an Instrument  for Social Transformation: A Marxist Analysis

331-338

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Macalane Junel Malindi and Madoda Phillip  Cekiso • Exploring the Lived Experiences of Children-Of-The-Street in Mthatha

339-347

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Gregory Alexander and Anthony Mpisi    Issues Influencing Black Learners’ Scholastic Experiences in  ex-Model C Further Education and Training Schools

349-359

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Otlina Makondo and Livingstone Makondo  • Lessons on Attraction and Retention of Health Staff        

361-367

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Clever Ndebele A Social Realist Account of Curriculum Development and Implementation in Zimbabwe from 1980 to 2004: With Special Reference to the Education with Production Model 

369-379

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M. A. N. Duma • Involvement of Parents in the Governance of Rural Schools: The Experiences of Parents

381-388

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Index

389-390

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