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    • The antecedents of resilience among street children 

      Malindi, Macalane Junel (North-West University, 2009)
      The chief focus of this study was on unearthing the antecedents of resilience in children on the street and street children in institutional care. This study was motivated by the desire to understand what made some street ...
    • The role of school engagement in strengthening resilience among male street children 

      MacAlane Junel Malindi; Nyika MacHenjedze (Sage, 2012)
      Globally, considerable numbers of at-risk children continue to disengage from school by dropping out and adopting street life for various reasons. These children survive in environments that are devoid of resilience-promoting ...
    • Understanding streetism from the street children's perspective : a qualitative approach 

      Mashicolo, Gladys Nomusa (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2016)
      Streetism is a worldwide phenomenon. A number of studies have been conducted on streetism and street children yet little is known about the views of street children on streetism. Studies that focused on streetism explored ...
    • The views of street children on how streetism can be prevented 

      Molahlehi, Lineo Anah (North West University, 2014)
      Streetism is a world-wide, socio-economic problem and vulnerable children continue to migrate to the streets due to personal and contextual reasons. Attempts have been made to prevent streetism however; these interventions ...