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  1. A Note: The perceptions of a CTA class regarding the changes to the international accounting standards dealing with financial instruments

    A Note: The perceptions of a CTA class regarding the changes to the international accounting standards dealing with financial instruments

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    The IASB has recently begun redeveloping the accounting standards that deal with financial instruments. During 2009 the IASB issued an exposure draft (ED 7/2009), which proposed certain changes to IAS 39. This study seeks to investigate the perceptions of a...
  2. Engaging in hospitality and culinary research that makes a difference: The shape of things to come

    Engaging in hospitality and culinary research that makes a difference: The shape of things to come

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Engaging in hospitality research that matters now takes a fresh approach as to how we can contribute to shaping the future of best practices in both hospitality education and management, while engaging with problems worth investigating, and publishing the results...
  3. What to do about how to do: Reflections on the future direction of hospitality education and research

    What to do about how to do: Reflections on the future direction of hospitality education and research

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Hospitality management provision in higher education in the UK is well established, though most courses are overly concerned with developing “how to do” skills in graduates. This paper argues that this “how to do” culture is reinforced by student learning...
  4. Threshold values for sulphur in soils of the main maize-producing areas of South Africa

    Threshold values for sulphur in soils of the main maize-producing areas of South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    Fertilizers introduced to South Africa after World War 2 contained sufficient sulphur (S) to satisfy the demands of all crops. However, dramatic shifts to high-analysis NPK fertilizers containing little or no S and restriction on sulphur dioxide emissions by industries...
  5. Anew optimum value for zinc in the main maize producing sandy soils of South Africa

    Anew optimum value for zinc in the main maize producing sandy soils of South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Plant and Soil
    South African farmers commenced applying zinc (Zn) during the 1960s at a rate of approximately 2 kg Zn ha−1. Although good yields were produced and Zn levels increased in South African maize fields, a recent survey revealed that maize meal...
  6. CRITICAL POINT DRYING AS A PREPARATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND ITS APPLICATION IN LIMNOLOGY

    CRITICAL POINT DRYING AS A PREPARATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND ITS APPLICATION IN LIMNOLOGY

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of the Limnological Society of Southern Africa
    The preservation technique of critical point drying for use with the scanning electron microscope is described. A study of the periphyton community development on the aquatic macrophyte, Potamogeton pectinatus L. from the littoral zone of Swartvlei, southern Cape Province, is...
  7. Narrative-Based Responses: Discrepant Experiences in Research among the ‡Khomani San

    Narrative-Based Responses: Discrepant Experiences in Research among the ‡Khomani San

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    In this article data on narrative-based responses by two female ‡Khomani San community members were used to explore the presence of life design issues contained in that data. Data were analyzed thematically for discrepant experiences (Said, 2001). Findings suggest the...
  8. Community Engagement as Liberal Performance, as Critical Intellectualism and as Praxis

    Community Engagement as Liberal Performance, as Critical Intellectualism and as Praxis

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article aims to illustrate that engagement is a dynamic and evolutionary process, moulded by contesting ideological, social actor and contextual forces. For purposes of illustration, I draw on a university-affiliated, participatory enactment of community engagement as a case example...
  9. South African Educators' Understanding of Bullying

    South African Educators' Understanding of Bullying

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study examined educators' understanding of learner-on-learner school bullying. Participants were 91 educators from the Free State Province, South Africa (females = 65.9%, primary/elementary school teaching = 46.1%). Data on bullying was collected by means of questionnaires in which a...
  10. Critical Incidents Impact Management Among South African Police Service Officers

    Critical Incidents Impact Management Among South African Police Service Officers

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article describes and interprets the law enforcement processes of managing critical incidents in a South African police district. Twenty participants from various police units were selected through purposive and theoretical sampling techniques. Data were collected using unstructured open-ended interviews,...