Articles by Author: Elsab Diedericks

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  1. Flourishing of Information Technology Professionals: The Role of Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction

    Flourishing of Information Technology Professionals: The Role of Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated the relationship between work role fit, the availability of personal resources, supervisor relations, work engagement, job satisfaction and employee flourishing. A convenience sample (N = 205) was taken of employees in information technology organizations. The results showed...
  2. Positive employment relations: A qualitative meta-synthesis of the evidence

    Positive employment relations: A qualitative meta-synthesis of the evidence

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study utilises a qualitative meta-synthesis approach to scope the evidence on qualities that define positive employment relations. The selection criteria included the identification of emerging themes, concepts and commonalities comprising positive employment relations throughout literature. Findings suggest that 21...
  3. Supervisor support, flourishing, and intention to leave in a higher education setting

    Supervisor support, flourishing, and intention to leave in a higher education setting

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated the relationship between supervisor support, flourishing at work, and intention to leave in a South African higher education setting. Participants comprised a convenience sample of 339 academic employees from three universities of technology. They completed the Supervisor...
  4. Job demands and resources: Flourishing and job performance in South African universities of technology settings

    Job demands and resources: Flourishing and job performance in South African universities of technology settings

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    We investigated the extent to which perceived job demands and resources influenced work-related flourishing and job performance among academic staff in South African universities of technology. Participants were 339 lecturers from three universities of technology (female = 53.8%; junior lecturers...
  5. Markering van die indirekte objeksrelasie in dubbeloorganklike strukture in Noord-Sotho

    Markering van die indirekte objeksrelasie in dubbeloorganklike strukture in Noord-Sotho

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    In tradisionele grammatikas word daar normaalweg 'n onderskeid tussen morfologies gemarkeerde en ongemarkeerde indirekte objekte in dubbeloorganklike konstruksies in Noord-Sotho gemaak. Daar is tot dusver aanvaar dat die indirekte objeksrelasie òf deur die gebruik van een van twee verbale suffikse...
  6. Linksverplasing van direkte en indirekte Objekte in Noord-Sotho

    Linksverplasing van direkte en indirekte Objekte in Noord-Sotho

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    Daar word algemeen aanvaar dat naamwoordstukke se temakrag deur bepaalde semantiese en diskoerseienskappe be- paal word. Aangesien indirekte Objekte in dubbeloorganklike strukture die kenmerke vertoon wat allerweë met temakrag geassosieer word, volg dit dat hierdie objekte oor sterker inherente temakrag...
  7. A diachronic perspective on variable copulative prefixes with special reference to Sepedi

    A diachronic perspective on variable copulative prefixes with special reference to Sepedi

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The use of variable copulative prefixes in copulative structures is an unusual phenomenon, since a verbal element—in this case a subject agreement morpheme—is prefixed directly to a nonverbal complement. In this article it is argued that these prefixes are the...
  8. Diachronic perspective on variable copulative prefixes with special reference to Sepedi

    Diachronic perspective on variable copulative prefixes with special reference to Sepedi

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The use of variable copulative prefixes in copulative structures is an unusual phenomenon, since a verbal element—in this case a subject agreement morpheme—is prefixed directly to a nonverbal complement. In this article it is argued that these prefixes are the...
  9. On the modal status of Northern Sotho conditionals

    On the modal status of Northern Sotho conditionals

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    This article opposes the view that the conditional verb form of Northern Sotho should be regarded as an autonomous mood, and shows that the notion of condition is nothing but one of several modalities which can be expressed by indicative...
  10. Corpus-based linguistic investigation for the South African Bantu languages: a Northern Sotho case study

    Corpus-based linguistic investigation for the South African Bantu languages: a Northern Sotho case study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of African Languages
    The advent of electronic corpora has revolutionized linguistic investigation internationally and is starting to make inroads into the study of the South African Bantu languages. In this article, it is argued that the move from traditional language studies to corpus-based...