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Alcohol consumption amongst young adults living in a low socioeconomic status community in Cape Town
(Society for Personality Research, 2013)
Our aim was to ascertain the extent of risky alcohol consumption amongst young adults living in a low socioeconomic status community in Cape Town, South Africa. We used a cross-sectional survey design and the street ...
An exploration into the impact of exposure to community violence and hope on children's perceptions of well-being: a South African perspective
The study aims to explore the relationship between exposure to community violence, hope, and well-being. More specifically, the study aims to ascertain whether hope is a stronger predictor of well-being than exposure to ...
How well are families doing? A description of family well-being in South Africa
(Chinese General Practice Press, 2016)
BACKGROUND: As a result of South Africa's unique socio-political history and diverse cultures, the South African family is neither simple to describe nor easy to understand. The new family policy strives to strengthen ...
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 ...
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, ...