Articles by Author: Andy Monthusi Chebanne

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  1. Hiatus resolution and /mu/ prefix reduction in iKalanga

    Hiatus resolution and /mu/ prefix reduction in iKalanga

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article examines two aspects of iKalanga phonology: hiatus resolution and /mu/ prefix reduction. Within Prosodic Words, hiatus is repaired through one of four ways: glide formation, secondary articulation, elision, and glide epenthesis. Coalescence occurs across Prosodic Word boundaries in...
  2. Making the form fit: Repair strategies in iKalanga loanword phonology

    Making the form fit: Repair strategies in iKalanga loanword phonology

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    IKalanga has borrowed extensively from English over a long period of time. The direction of borrowing is largely linked to the sociolinguistic status and role of English, which is regarded as a technologically, culturally and politically prestigious language in Africa...
  3. Tsua lexical borrowing from Setswana

    Tsua lexical borrowing from Setswana

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The sociolinguistic dynamics of the situation of the Tsua (an endangered Eastern Central Kalahari Khoe language) has resulted in the language being spoken in limited social communication domains, such as with family and close friends. The use of Setswana now...
  4. The translator status, the translation market and developing economies: A preliminary study of ASEAN countries

    The translator status, the translation market and developing economies: A preliminary study of ASEAN countries

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    The sociological turn in translation studies has called for more research into the actors involved in the translation process and wider contexts of translation qua social activity. Methods from various social sciences have been adopted and adapted to shed light...
  5. Children and youth at risk: adaptation and pilot study of the CHAMP (<em>Amaqhawe</em>) programme in South Africa

    Children and youth at risk: adaptation and pilot study of the CHAMP (<em>Amaqhawe</em>) programme in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    This paper reports on the adaptation and pilot study of the CHAMP programme (Collaborative HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Mental Health Programme) in South Africa with specific reference to outcome effects among adults. CHAMP was originally developed in the United States and...
  6. Willingness to care for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS: a study of foster and adoptive parents

    Willingness to care for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS: a study of foster and adoptive parents

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    There is substantial evidence to indicate that South Africa is facing the prospect of a large number of children, now and in the future, who will be orphaned as a result of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Following the incapacitation and/or death...
  7. Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS: rethinking new variant famine in Malawi

    Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS: rethinking new variant famine in Malawi

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    Although making a large and rapid impact on our understandings of the interactions between famine and HIV/AIDS, the new variant famine hypothesis has had little critical scrutiny. This paper uses a case study of the Malawian food crisis of 2001/2002...
  8. Representations of HIV/AIDS management in South African newspapers

    Representations of HIV/AIDS management in South African newspapers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    In South Africa, numerous strong policy statements emphasise the importance of involving communities in HIV/AIDS management, yet in practice such involvement tends to be tokenistic and minimal. Social representations in the public sphere constitute the symbolic dimension within which responses...
  9. Aspects of the biology and ecology of the estuarine cirolanid isopod, <em>Cirolana fluviatilis</em>

    Aspects of the biology and ecology of the estuarine cirolanid isopod, <em>Cirolana fluviatilis</em>

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Trends in the distribution, population dynamics and reproductive biology of the estuarine cirolanid isopod, Cirolana fluviatilis, were investigated over a 12-month period in the warm–temperate Gamtoos River Estuary, by means of baited traps. Tolerance of adult isopods to combinations of...