Browsing Research Articles (Early Childhood Education) by Type "Postprint Article"

Browsing Research Articles (Early Childhood Education) by Type "Postprint Article"

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  • Moen, Melanie Carmen; Shon, Phillip (Sage, 2021-07)
    Previous studies of parricide have been carried out predominantly in a Western context, in North America, Australia, and Western Europe. To date, only a handful of studies in parricide have been conducted in continental ...
  • Kamper, Gerrit D.; Steyn, Miemsie G. (SAGE, 2011-06)
    In view of the challenge which higher education constitutes for most black South African students, this study focuses on study elements and aspects which black students regard as helpful and supportive. Our research ...
  • Moen, Melanie Carmen (Sage, 2020-11)
    Children who commit family murder have been increasingly reported on in the South African media. Violence of this type has far-reaching consequences for families and communities. In this qualitative study, nine documented ...
  • Du Preez, Hannelie; Joubert, Ina; Middeljans, Hilda (Intellect, 2019-03)
    Among the contemporary needs of democratic societies are citizens learning to be adaptable, ethical, innovative, literate and aware of socio-scientific issues. To cultivate such citizens requires coherent early childhood ...
  • Steyn, Miemsie G.; Moen, Melanie Carmen (Routledge, 2019)
    This article reports on the emotional factors that contribute to children’s sadness. As teachers are the most appropriate caregivers to detect problems and to address the impact of these challenges, 30 teachers asked 224 ...
  • Steyn, Miemsie G.; Hartell, Cycil George; Harris, Teresa (Sage, 2016-08)
    Although the Black student population in South Africa now amounts to 72% of student enrolments in higher education, the same trend is not experienced in early childhood education (ECE). Research suggests that cultural ...
  • Joubert, Ina; Phatudi, Nkidi Caroline; Moen, Melanie Carmen; Harris, Teresa T. (Wiley, 2015-09)
    The study contextualises the position of child citizens in the South African democracy and highlights how education for democratic citizenship is employed through a literacy-based approach. The qualitative study was ...
  • Joubert, Ina; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Ferreira, Ronel; Du Plessis, Loraine; Moen, Melanie Carmen (SAGE, 2014-08)
    The purpose of this study was to explore and describe the nature of a reading culture in a rural secondary school in South Africa before and after a literacy intervention. The systems theory with interpretivism as the ...
  • Moen, Melanie Carmen; Shon, Phillip (Routledge, 2020)
    Women have been primarily discussed as victims and offenders in intimate partner homicides and offenders in infanticides. In the parricide literature, women have been depicted as overly domineering and controlling figures ...
  • Gous, Jennifer Glenda; Eloff, Irma; Moen, Melanie Carmen (Routledge, 2014)
    Inclusive education has become a practice that has been adopted by many schools across the globe and most usually in first-world countries. As a whole-school system, it occurs less frequently in developing countries ...
  • Joubert, Ina; Ebersohn, L. (Liesel); Eloff, Irma (Sage, 2010-09)
    Children in South Africa are educated to identify with democratic values and democracy in post-apartheid society. As yet, we have no empirical evidence on their views on and identification with the new South African ...
  • Becker, L.R.; Beukes, Lukas D.; Botha, Antoinette; Botha, A.C.; Botha, Jan Jakobus; Botha, M.; Cloete, Dina J.; Cloete, Johann L.; Coetzee, Corene; De Beer, L.J.; De Bruin, D.J.; De Jager, Lizette J.; De Villiers, J.J.R. (Rian); Du Toit, Cecilia Magdalena; Engelbrecht, Alta; Evans, Rinelle; Haupt, Maria Margaretha Catharina (Grietjie); Heyns, Danielle; Howatt, L.M.; Joubert, A.P.; Joubert, Ina; Niemann, A.C.; Phatudi, Nkidi Caroline; Randall, Elize; Rauscher, Willem Johannes; Rautenbach, W.C.; Scholtz, S.; Schultz, J.C.; Swart, Ronel; Van Aswegen, Hendrika Johanna; Van Heerden, Judith Cornelia (Judy); Van Vollenhoven, Willem J.; Van Wyk, Elmarie M.; Van Wyk, Johannes G.U.; Van der Walt, C.A.; Van der Westhuizen, Carol N.; Vermeulen, Dorette; Vorster, A. (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2004-09)
    In South Africa, recent government plans to change the institutional landscape of higher education have resulted in mergers of colleges into universities or technikons. The research reported in this article focuses solely ...
  • Moen, Melanie Carmen; Shon, Phillip (Wiley, 2020-10)
    Previous studies of homicides in South Africa have examined serial murders and mass killings. While some scholars have examined parricides in African countries such as Ghana and Zimbabwe, few have examined the intersection ...
  • Adegoke, C.O. (Catherine); Steyn, Miemsie G. (Elsevier, 2017-04)
    There is a growing discourse worldwide on the impact of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) on “at risk youths”. In response, five HIV-positive Nigerian adolescent girls were qualitatively investigated in collaboration with ...
  • Joubert, Ina; Fraser, William John; Sentsho, Mpoye L. (SAGE, 2013)
    The study explores the response of rural primary school children to road safety education programmes. In this qualitative research project, we employed an interpretivist paradigm to investigate and understand children’s ...
  • Hannaway, Donna-Anne Mary; Steyn, Miemsie G. (Routledge, 2017)
    This paper presents one aspect of a larger scale doctoral study, namely the teachers’ experiences of technology-based teaching and learning in the Foundation Phase. Technology is a huge driver of change and South African ...
  • Combrinck, Celeste; Du Preez, Hannelie (NISC (Pty) Ltd and Informa UK Limited (trading as Taylor & Francis Group), 2021)
    We tested the construct validity of scores from the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Behaviour-Rating Scale (ADHD-BRS) within South African early childhood classrooms in three of the eleven official languages, ...
  • Cockrell, Phelia; Moen, Melanie Carmen (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap and Kuns, 2021-06)
    Learners with moderate intellectual disabilities (MID) are a cohort of learners whose high levels of aggressive behaviour make teaching in schools a challenging task. These learners have an average intelligence quotient ...