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Conceptual research on the term facilitation: reducing an elephant to chewable chunks
(University of Stellenbosch, 2007)
Aim of the article: With this article the researchers used a conceptual research process to: explore the meanings of the concept of facilitation; identify the key facilitating actions/behaviours of the facilitator and the ...
A peoplecentred perspective on peoplecentred community development
(School of Social Work, Zimbabwe, 1995)
This article uses the concept of 'people centredness' to stress the fact that development requires that the people themselves - who are meant to be the beneficiaries of development initiatives - be placed in the forefront ...
The employment history of day labourers in South Africa and the income they earn - a case study of day labourers in Pretoria
(University of Pretoria, 2006)
Introduction: With the opening up of the South African economy, following its successful democratisation and adherence to a strict programme of trade liberalisation, the number of highly-skilled (professionals, managers ...
An exploratory study on day labourers in Elardus Park, Pretoria
(University of Stellenbosch., 2005)
On Barnard Street, Elardus Park in Pretoria men are standing, raising a finger or miming a skill to attract the attention of potential employees. It is also common to see men swarm around a car, pointing to themselves in ...
The socio-economic reality of being a day labourer in Pretoria
(University of Stellenbosch, 2006)
Introduction: The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of the circumstances which day labourers, and their families, have to face in Pretoria. The results of this study are compared with studies on the day-labour ...
Participatory learning: a people centred way of working in community development
(Unisa Press, 1995)
In this article the authors propose a participatory learning approach to skill and knowledge acquisition in people centered community development knowing that it isn't always quick and easy but exciting and worth it.
Learning through rediscovery and reclaiming local/ indigenous knowledge and skills
(Unisa Press, 2002)
In this article the authors explain some of the attempts they make to ``in- digenise'' the training of students in social work, paying special attention to community work to assist the students in discovering the richness ...