Articles by Author: P Reddy

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  1. Criteria for selecting groundout varieties in breeding for resistance to rosette disease

    Criteria for selecting groundout varieties in breeding for resistance to rosette disease

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Short-duration groundnut cultivars were screened under high, medium and low rosette disease pressures and evaluated for rosette disease incidence, presence of groundnut rosette assister virus and other agronomic characteristics. Heritabili- ties of these characteristics and interaction plus variance components across...
  2. The writer as philosopher: interview with Mazisi Kunene

    The writer as philosopher: interview with Mazisi Kunene

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Mazisi Raymond Kunene, born in Durban in 1930, is one of the leading South African commentators on African Thought Systems, which could be understood as the analysis and systematization of African cosmological traditions that have influenced and shaped the corpus...
  3. (Teen)Age is More than a Number: Generational Identity within the Context of HIV and AIDS

    (Teen)Age is More than a Number: Generational Identity within the Context of HIV and AIDS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explored some of the complexities through which young adults construct and represent their sexual identities within the context of HIV/AIDS. The sample comprised a total of 136 (female = 77; male = 59) Indian and African learners, who...
  4. Crossing the Invisible Line: Exploring Women's Secretive Alcohol Dependence and Barriers to Accessing Treatment

    Crossing the Invisible Line: Exploring Women's Secretive Alcohol Dependence and Barriers to Accessing Treatment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explores the discursive accounts of women's alcohol dependence, treatment history and barriers in accessing alcohol dependence treatment. Participants were 10 women with alcohol dependency (age range=30 to 65, ethnicity= 70% White and 30% Black). Data were collected through...
  5. IMPROVING CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH THROUGH SCHOOLS: LEARNING FROM AUSTRALIA

    IMPROVING CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH THROUGH SCHOOLS: LEARNING FROM AUSTRALIA

    Child and adolescent health is a serious concern in South Africa With a growing population of young people with unacceptable levels of mortality, morbidity and risk-taking behaviour, schools should be utilised to address certain health issues.
  6. MIXED FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR ONE-DIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS: A SURVEY

    MIXED FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR ONE-DIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS: A SURVEY

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    Mixed variational methods are surveyed within the context of problems arising in the analysis of one-dimensional structures such as beams and arches. Some care is taken in showing how mixed and standard variational methods are related to each other, and...
  7. Perverts and sodomites: homophobia as hate speech in Africa

    Perverts and sodomites: homophobia as hate speech in Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    This article profiles homophobia as a form of hate speech in the African context by locating the issue of homophobia and hate speech primarily within the context of language and gender. The article draws on insights from language and gender,...
  8. Thinking about language and gender: a South African perspective

    Thinking about language and gender: a South African perspective

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    This brief critical review considers the historical and theoretical development of language and gender research by abstracting some of the key themes, debates and ideas before extending these to the issues raised in this edition. The paper raises questions about...
  9. 'Real men stand up for the truth': discursive meanings in the Jacob Zuma rape trial

    'Real men stand up for the truth': discursive meanings in the Jacob Zuma rape trial

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    The focus of this paper is a preliminary analysis of the representation of meanings in relation to some aspects of the Jacob Zuma rape trial. The argument uses illustrative public evidence (notably media reports) of events and relates these to...