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    • The y-ray spectrum of the core of Centaurus A as observed with H.E.S.S. and Fermi-LAT 

      Abdalla, H.; Barnard, M.; Böttcher, M.; Garrigoux, T.; Ivaschenko, A.; Krüger, P.P.; Ndiyavala, H.; Pekeur, N.W.; Seyffert, A.S.; Spanier, F.; Sushch, I.; Van der Walt, D.J.; Van Rensburg, C.; Venter, C.; Wadiasingh, Z.; Zacharias, M.; H.E.S.S. Collaboration (EDP Sciences, 2018)
      Centaurus A (Cen A) is the nearest radio galaxy discovered as a very-high-energy (VHE; 100 GeV–100 TeV) γ-ray source by the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.). It is a faint VHE γ-ray emitter, though its VHE flux ...
    • Yahweh’s ‘lord’ and unrestrained evil: an Exegesis of Psalm 110 

      Persaud, Aran J.E. (AOSIS, 2015)
      This article consists of an exegetical investigation of Psalm 110 and assumes that the psalms function in one sense as prayers, which can be prayed authentically by modern worshippers. Consequently, the specific images of ...
    • The year of jubilee: a hermeneutic for social and moral transformation in South Africa 

      Barry, Stephen (AOSIS, 2011)
      This article aims to show that the Old Testament concept of the year of jubilee is neither an anachronistic, nor a peripheral de- tail of Scripture. It is an integral part of it and indeed one her- meneutical tool for ...
    • Yeats's manuscripts and authorial intention. 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The undermining of authorial intention through intertextuality and its consequent implications can sometimes lead to false assumptions about, not simply the meaning of texts, but the strategies used by authors in conveying ...
    • Yeats, Vendler, and Byzantium 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Edinburgh University Press, 2014)
      Helen Vendler, in her magisterial Our Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Form (2007), provides us with the tools with which to register the traditional formal elements of poetry, and she does so for the most part with her ...
    • Yeats’s manuscripts and authorial intention. 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The undermining of authorial intention through intertextuality and its consequent implications can sometimes lead to false assumptions about, not simply the meaning of texts, but the strategies used by authors in conveying ...
    • Yes/No/Maybe: A Boolean attempt at feedback 

      Henk Louw; Bertus van Rooy ((SAALT/SAVTO) South African Association of Language Teaching / Suid-Afrikaanse Vereniging vir Taalonderrig // Sabinet, 2010)
      This paper describes an experiment in which Boolean feedback (a kind of checklist) was used to provide feedback on the paragraph structures of first year students in an Academic Literacy course. We begin by introducing the ...
    • Yes/No/Maybe: a boolean attempt at feedback 

      Louw, H.; Van Rooy, B. (South African Association for Language Teaching (SAALT), 2010)
      This paper describes an experiment in which Boolean feedback (a kind of checklist) was used to provide feedback on the paragraph structures of first year students in an Academic Literacy course. We begin by introducing the ...
    • Yes/No/Maybe: A boolean attempt at feedback 

      Louw, Henk; Van Rooy, Albertus Jacobus (Africa Journals Online, 2010)
    • YHWH'S personal identity – a philosophical perspective 

      Gericke, J.W. (Unisa Press/SASNES (South African Society for Near Eastern Studies) / Sabinet, 2012)
      In this article a new riddle for Hebrew Bible theologians is introduced. It concerns the philosophical problem of YHWH's personal identity within the world in the text. Given theological pluralism in the deity's profile, ...
    • Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test thresholds to determine positional internal match loads of semi-professional soccer players 

      Sparks, Martinique; Coetzee, Ben; Gabbett, J. Tim (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      The aim of this study was to use heart rates and Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery test level 1 (Yo-Yo IR1)-derived thresholds to determine the positional internal match loads of semi-professional soccer players. Players completed ...
    • 'You learn from going through the process': the perceptions of South African school leaders about action research 

      Wood, Lesley; Govender, Bernadette (SAGE, 2013)
      In South Africa, the under-resourced and socially challenging contexts in which the majority of schools function, calls for leadership that has the vision to look beyond seemingly insurmountable problems. South African ...
    • ‘You Were the (Divine) Cherub’: a potential challenge to Yhwh's Sole Divinity in Ezekiel 28.14 

      Lee, Lydia (Sage, 2016)
      According to the Masoretic vocalizations, Ezek. 28.14 directly identifies the king of Tyre as 'the anointed covering cherub'. Hector Patmore has recently suggested that the Masoretic vocalizations and accentuation produce ...
    • You, me, and meaning: an integrative review of connections between relationships and meaning in life 

      O’Donnell, Maeve B.; Bentele, Christof N.; Grossman, Hannah B.; Le, Yunying; Jang, Hoon; Steger, Michael F. (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      Social relationships are seen to be vital to human functioning, both in terms of psychological functioning and physical health. Relationships are a cornerstone of well-being. For instance, having positive relationships has ...
    • Young adults’ experiences regarding mobile phone use in relation to older persons: implications for care 

      Roos, Vera; Robertson, Celesté (Sage, 2018)
      This article explores the relational experiences of young Setswana-speaking adults in South Africa in relation to older persons’ use of mobile phones and highlights implications for older adults’ care. Research was conducted ...
    • Young children and spirituality: understanding children's connectedness in a group music class 

      Nortjé, Elsabe; Van der Merwe, Liesl (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      In a fast-paced materialistic world, it is important to create opportunities for spirituality in early childhood music education, a developmental element often neglected in the scholarly literature. The purpose of the ...
    • Young Christians in Norway, national socialism, and the German occupation of 1940-1945 

      Hale, Frederick Allen (University of the Free State, Faculty of Theology, 2011)
      The German occupation of Norway during the Second World War caused unprecedented problems for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Norway and other Christian denominations. The subordination of the church to the de facto ...
    • The young engineers and scientist of Africa: initiating the STEMI pipeline 

      Beyers, Ronald Noel; Blignaut, Anita Seugnet; Herselman, M. (University of the Free State, 2011)
      Education reform in many parts of the world is premised on the view that teachers show lack of professionalism. The solution to this problem lies in increasing teacher professionalism. Education reform, therefore, affects ...
    • Young Moroccan-Dutch: thinking in Dutch, feeling Moroccan 

      Azghari, Youssef; Hooghiemstra, Erna; Van de Vijver, Fons J.R. (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
      We examined to what extent Moroccan-Dutch (N= 25) between 15 and 32 years of age are oriented towards the Dutch and Moroccan community when describing their identities. We used the Twenty Statements Test (developed by ...
    • The youth and school history – learning from some of the thinking of yesterday in South Africa 

      Van Eeden, Elize S. (South African Society for History Teaching, 2012)
      In this article the broad emphasis is on the significance of revisiting past thinking, especially from academia and in research reports of 20th century History teaching at the Further Education and Training level (FET), ...