Browsing UP Executive Office by Type "Postprint Article"

Browsing UP Executive Office by Type "Postprint Article"

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  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie; Levendis, Demetrius C. (Springer, 2013)
    Rational numbers, which correctly describe many recognizable patterns in the physical world, are often seen to converge in the process to irrational limits or even singularities. As a common example, atomic numbers are ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    The Thomas–Fermi and Hartree–Fock calculations of non-hydrogen atomic structure rely on complicated numerical computations without a simple visualizable physical model. A new approach, based on a spherical wave structure ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    Some chemical phenomena, awkward to rationalize, are argued to originate in the four-dimensional nature of matter in curved space-time. The problem is traced back to the separation of space and time variables in the ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie (Springer, 2013)
    Reviewed in historical context, bond order emerges as a vaguely defined concept without a clear theoretical basis. As an alternative, the spherical standingwave model of the extranuclear electronic distribution on an ...
  • Magale, Eric Gwandega (Taylor and Francis, 2022)
    Green bonds have recently emerged as a financing instrument with significant potential for funding green projects. However, Kenyan issuers have been slow in issuing green bonds despite there being multiplicity of bankable ...
  • Mushonga, Tafadzwa; Matose, Frank (Elsevier, 2020-12)
    The militarisation of conservation is intensifying with increasing need to protect wildlife from poaching. Conservation violence is concomitantly escalating, so is the impetus to understand it. This article engages with ...
  • Okunade, Samuel Kehinde; Faluyi, Olumuyiwa Temitope; Matambo, Emmanuel (Routledge, 2021)
    Insurgency has gained prominence in Africa. It is usually associated with marginalisation, poverty, and inequality and often has religious links and bases. Insurgency frequently originates in communities situated along the ...
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (Wiley, 2020-11)
    This article explores how mission, forgiveness, and reconciliation have shaped the ministry and work of Desmond Tutu. As much as space permits, it tries to glean the ways in which Tutu has lived out his understanding of ...
  • Eromosele, Ehijele Femi (Routledge, 2020)
    Amidst renewed interest in the psychiatric writings of Frantz Fanon, this article reads his work against the background of contemporary mental health advocacy and scholarship. Epitomized in the emergent field of Mad Studies, ...
  • Okunade, Samuel Kehinde; Ogunnubi, Olusola (Wiley, 2021)
    Since 2009, the North-Eastern part of Nigeria has been engulfed with the scourge of Boko Haram attacks leading to a severe humanitarian crisis and food insecurity within the region. Studies have shown that in the various ...
  • Hendricks, D.J. (Denver); Flaherty, Jaime (Routledge, 2018)
    The traditionally inward focus of many higher education institutions in both the United States (US) and South Africa has often failed to address important urban issues beyond the university gates, confining most student ...
  • Boeyens, Jan Christoffel Antonie; Comba, Peter (Springer, 2013)
    Molecular shape is recognized as an emergent property that complements the projection fromfour-dimensional space-time to tangent Euclidean space. Projection from hypercomplex algebra to real algebra necessitates the ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; Owens, Ingrid (Taylor & Francis, 1998)
    Like many other societies that have dealt with the question of how to achieve closure of a past of oppression while simultaneously working toward national reconstruction and reconciliation, South Africa turned to the ...
  • Gandidzanwa, Colleta; Liebenberg, Frikkie; Meyer, Ferdinand; Conradie, Beatrice (Routledge, 2019)
    This paper quality adjusts machinery inputs for South African agriculture. It does this by treating different qualities of machinery as separate inputs. Thus, quality adjustment becomes quantity adjustment when there is ...
  • Maluleke, Tinyiko Sam (Wiley, 2020-01)
    This article argues that in Africa, the nature and advent of racism has to be traced back to the earliest encounters between Africans and Europeans, including the first seven centuries but especially during the slavery and ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; Kottler, Amanda (Sage, 1999)
    "Our focus is twofold: first, we use gender as a category of analysis to present a broad overview of societal transformation in South Africa since the first democratic elections in April 1994; second we review some of ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl (Taylor & Francis, 2000)
    This article suggests that where one is positioned in the current geopolitical system is likely to have an influence on whether one feels hope or despair. In this respect material asymmetry as a divisive influence is ...
  • Eromosele, Ehijele Femi (Routledge, 2020)
    This article analyses the circulation of Timaya’s 2019 music video I Can’t Kill Myself as a means of contemplating contemporary media consumption in Nigeria. Beginning with the premise that media forms are best understood ...
  • De la Rey, Cheryl; Jankelowitz, Gia; Suffla, Shahaaz (Routledge, 2003)
    A central premise of this paper is that the training of women for leadership roles is a critical component of the development of communities as a whole. This was the central point of departure for a study that aimed to ...