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Children’s representations of nature using photovoice and community mapping: perspectives from South Africa
(Co-Action Publishing:, 2017)
The aim of the study was to explore children’s representations and perceptions of natural spaces using photovoice and community mapping. The sample consisted of 28 children aged 12–14 years residing in urban and rural ...
Adolescents’ perceptions of the ‘substance use violence nexus’: a South African perspective
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
The aim of the study was to explore adolescents’ perceptions of substance use as a contributing factor to community violence by employing a conceptual framework proposed by Goldstein. Data were collected from a sample of ...
Validation of the children’s hope scale amongst a sample of adolescents in the Western Cape Region of South Africa
A growing body of research has provided evidence for the cognitive-motivational construct of hope as a psychological strength, particularly for adolescents confronted with ensuing adverse conditions. Given the dearth of ...
Examining the relationship among bullying, school climate and adolescent well-being in Chile and South Africa: a cross cultural comparison
Bullying at school represents a major challenge in different school cultural contexts. As a result, victims of bullying experience negative consequences that influence their daily life and personal well-being. School climate ...
An exploration of the family resilience needs of a rural community in South Africa: a sequential explanatory mixed methodological study design
(Springer Verlag, 2017)
The aim of the study is to identify and explore family resilience needs in a rural community in the West Coast region of South Africa. An explanatory mixed methodological sequential design was implemented. Firstly, ...