Articles by Author: Elsbeth De Boer

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  1. Organisational routines versus individual agency and personality

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal:
    Although rules and routines are recognised as important factors in decision-making, many people frequently deviate from rules. In a previous exploratory case study, research focused on how a combination of human agency and personality traits affects rule-following behaviour. In this...
  2. Organisational routines versus individual agency and personality

    Organisational routines versus individual agency and personality

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Although rules and routines are recognised as important factors in decision-making, many people frequently deviate from rules. In a previous exploratory case study, research focused on how a combination of human agency and personality traits affects rule-following behaviour. In this...
  3. The influence of the importance of event factors on meeting planner satisfaction: A case study of a theme park event business

    The influence of the importance of event factors on meeting planner satisfaction: A case study of a theme park event business

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper presents data from a research project aimed at identifying how important the different event factors are to the visiting meeting planners and how this might influence guest satisfaction. The focus for the researchers was to get an overall...
  4. Correlates of sexual faithfulness among low-literate rural males in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia

    Correlates of sexual faithfulness among low-literate rural males in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    HIV is a major threat to the people of the rural Amhara Region, northwest Ethiopia. To date, numerous studies have focused on condom use for HIV prevention. Using the theory of planned behaviour, this study investigates the psychosocial determinants of...
  5. Population Dynamics and Spawning of the Flatfish <em>Solea Bleekeri</em> and <em>Pseudorhombus Arsius</em> in the Intertidal Area of Inhaca Island, Moçambique

    Population Dynamics and Spawning of the Flatfish <em>Solea Bleekeri</em> and <em>Pseudorhombus Arsius</em> in the Intertidal Area of Inhaca Island, Moçambique

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    The population dynamics of flatfish Solea bleekeri and Pseudorhombus arsius within the intertidal area of Inhaca Island, Moçambique, was investigated using bottom trawl data collected during summer (December 1996 – March 1997) and winter (June 1997 – August 1997). The...
  6. HIV-prevention knowledge among illiterate and low-literate women in rural Amhara, Ethiopia

    HIV-prevention knowledge among illiterate and low-literate women in rural Amhara, Ethiopia

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    More than 85% of Ethiopia's population lives in rural areas and literacy levels in the country are relatively low. Despite this, little is known about levels of knowledge in regard to HIV/AIDS and condom use among illiterate and low-literate rural...
  7. Induced chemical defences in <em>Colophospermum mopane</em> trees

    Induced chemical defences in <em>Colophospermum mopane</em> trees

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    A field experiment was conducted in which Mopane (Colophospermum mopane) trees were subjected to three different canopy treatments:felling of trees at a mean height of 0.7m above ground level, felling at a height of 2m, or pruning of selected branches...
  8. Tutor performance in a problem-based Hospitality Management curriculum

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal:
    Tutors are of crucial importance for student learning in problem-based learning (PBL). They facilitate the development of students’ self-directed and collaborative learning skills, and support students during their learning processes. The tutor’s ability to understand students’ learning needs and to...
  9. Tutor performance in a problem-based Hospitality Management curriculum

    Tutor performance in a problem-based Hospitality Management curriculum

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Tutors are of crucial importance for student learning in problem-based learning (PBL). They facilitate the development of students' self-directed and collaborative learning skills, and support students during their learning processes. The tutor's ability to understand students' learning needs and to...