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A systematic review of the relationship between family structure and health risk behaviours amongst young people: An African perspective
(Bentham Science Publishers, 2015)
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to review the published literature on the relationship between family structure and engagement in health risk behaviour amongst youth in African countries. METHODS: A systematic review ...
Perceptions of parenting styles in South Africa: The effects of gender and ethnicity
(Cogent OA, 2016)
Parenting style is an area of research which is emerging in South Africa. Previous research notes significant differences between ethnic groups in terms of parenting. In a country as diverse as South Africa, which has ...
Does family structure matter? comparing the life goals and aspirations of learners in secondary schools
(Education Association of South Africa, 2013)
The aim of this study was to compare the goals and aspirations of learners from single- and two-parent families. The study used a quantitative methodology with a cross-sectional comparative group design. The sample ...
Maternal parenting in single and two-parent families in South Africa from a child's perspective
(Society for Personality Research (Inc.), 2011)
Single mothers are often perceived and depicted as being ineffective parents in comparison to their married counterparts, but this may not always be the case. A sample consisting of 245 children (72% in married mother ...