Articles by Author: Anthony V Naidoo

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  1. Broadening Mental Health Services to Disadvantaged Communities in South Africa: Reflections on Establishing a Community Based Internship

    Broadening Mental Health Services to Disadvantaged Communities in South Africa: Reflections on Establishing a Community Based Internship

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The need to provide mental health services in disadvantaged communities remains a priority in South Africa. This paper illustrates how in consultation and partnership with the peri-urban community of Jamestown, a counselling psychology internship was established to provide a range...
  2. 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...
  3. Masculinity and sexual practices in the military: a South African study

    Masculinity and sexual practices in the military: a South African study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The military's organisational culture tends to condone or encourage risk-taking behaviour. Willingness to accept and engage in risk-taking behaviour is central to good soldiering and is strongly associated with readiness for combat. This core attribute of military culture might predispose...
  4. Book Review

    Book Review

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
  5. Distinctive feature theory: from the linear to the nonlinear. An application to Isizulu

    Distinctive feature theory: from the linear to the nonlinear. An application to Isizulu

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    During the last century distinctive feature theory evolved from a linear to a nonlinear framework. At present experimental phonetics plays a vital role in furthering the evolution of distinctive feature theory. This paper traces the development of distinctive feature theory...
  6. The palatalisation process in isiZulu revisited

    The palatalisation process in isiZulu revisited

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Palatalisation is a linguistic process occurring in many languages. This process has been the subject of much debate. With reference to the Nguni languages, palatalisation has been discussed by, among others, Doke (1926), Herbert (1977), Khumalo (1987 & 1988) and...
  7. The duration of the affricate /ts/ in Zulu: an experimental investigation

    The duration of the affricate /ts/ in Zulu: an experimental investigation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The description of phonological processes in Zulu has traditionally been based on impressionistic observations. In keeping with the trend of laboratory phonology, where phonological descriptions are experimentally verified, this article investigates the intrusive stop formation process (or affrication as it...
  8. A qualitative and quantitative study of Zulu affricates

    A qualitative and quantitative study of Zulu affricates

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Using a speech-processing platform, PRAAT1 (Boersma & Weenink, 1992), this article presents the qualitative and quantitative results of an experimental investigation into Zulu affricates. In so doing, it confirms the classification of /k1', d3 t∫', ts'/ and /φf', cbv, ts',...
  9. Integrating phonetics and phonology in the description of the intrusive stop formation process in Zulu

    Integrating phonetics and phonology in the description of the intrusive stop formation process in Zulu

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The history of linguistics is characterized by competing frameworks and a generally dichotomous relationship between phonetics and phonology. While the study of phonetics was scientifically informed, phonology tended to be based on impressionistic observations. This dichotomous relationship has often hindered...