Articles by Author: Joan E Stoyanov

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  1. Experiences of the health care delivery system in a rural South African setting

    Experiences of the health care delivery system in a rural South African setting

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This exploratory study aimed to examine health care provider work-related experiences in a rural South African context. Participants were a convenient sample of 12 medical practitioners (private sector = 55%). The practitioners responded to an open-ended question on their health...
  2. Structure and message: A look at four Swahili stories

    Structure and message: A look at four Swahili stories

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    For some time now I have been interested in structures in Swahili which seem to relate to the question of ‘self’ versus ‘non-self’. For example, the expression in English ‘he was seized with remorse’ seems to suggest to some extent...
  3. OOR VOLKSETIMOLOGIE EN KUIERGASTE WAT HUISMENSE WORD

    OOR VOLKSETIMOLOGIE EN KUIERGASTE WAT HUISMENSE WORD

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Afrikaans het, as gevolg van ontlenings aan Engels, Frans, Maleis en die verskillende swart tale, 'n aantal afleidings geskep wat volkome Afrikaans klink, maar waarvan die komponente nie 'n semantiese eenheid vorm nie, soos in die geval van ‘wenteltefies‘, ‘pompemoer’,...
  4. Preliminary validation of the Multi-Attitude Suicide Tendency (MAST) scale using a South African adolescent sample

    Preliminary validation of the Multi-Attitude Suicide Tendency (MAST) scale using a South African adolescent sample

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health
    Objective: The factor structure of the Multi-Attitude Suicide Tendency (MAST) scale was examined using a sample of non-white South African adolescents.
  5. Treatment for perinatal disturbance

    Treatment for perinatal disturbance

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health
    The perinatal period of transition to parenthood is one of heightened passions, which revive the expectant and new parents' own early experiences, and particularly unresolved emotional issues. For many deprived parents close contact with an infant reactivates old grievances at...
  6. Invertebrates or iron: does large-scale opencast mining impact invertebrate diversity in ephemeral wetlands?

    Invertebrates or iron: does large-scale opencast mining impact invertebrate diversity in ephemeral wetlands?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    Disturbance has been offered as an explanatory mechanism in structuring the variation of species across a landscape. In this study, we investigated the effect of the impact by Kolomela Iron Mine on the variation of species occurring in temporary pans...
  7. The role of South African property in balanced portfolios

    The role of South African property in balanced portfolios

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    The overriding objective of this paper is to establish the features that South African property brings to a balanced portfolio – and importantly to give insight into a strategic investment weight for this asset class. We acknowledge that listed and...
  8. The Constitutional right to culture and the judicial development of Indigenous Law: a comparative analysis of cases

    The Constitutional right to culture and the judicial development of Indigenous Law: a comparative analysis of cases

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    Although integral to the culture of indigenous peoples in South Africa, indigenous law was historically only recognised as a personal law subservient to the general law. This is no longer so. In the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa,...