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    • An exploration of families' psychosocial well-being in a South African context 

      Koen, Vicki; Van Eeden, Chrizanne; Rothmann, Sebastiaan (Taylor & Francis; NISC, 2012)
      The aim of this study was to explore and describe aspects that contribute to the psychosocial well-being of families from diverse cultures in a South African context by analysing data obtained through narratives, drawings ...
    • An exploration of families’ psychosocial well-being in a South African context 

      Koen, Vicki; Van Eeden, Chrizanne; Rothmann, Sebastiaan (Elliott & Fitzpatrick & NISC [© 2010 Elliot & Fitzpatrick], 2012)
      The aim of this study was to explore and describe aspects that contribute to the psychosocial well-being of families from diverse cultures in a South African context by analysing data obtained through narratives, drawings ...
    • Marriage and family in view of the doctrine of the covenant 

      Vorster, Jakobus M. (AOSIS, 2016)
      New emerging paradigms in Western culture have produced a new ethic. Not only social ethics in general but the ethics of marriage and family life are changing rapidly. This new ethic has inter alia a strong bearing on ...
    • Meaning in life experienced by parents of children living with diabetes 

      Bekker, Christiaan I.; Deacon, Elmari; Segal, David (Sage, 2019)
      In this study, nine parents of children living with well-controlled diabetes participated in semi-structured interviews to explore how they make meaning of living with a child with diabetes. Creating a state of normalcy ...
    • A model for psychosocial well-being of families in a South African context 

      Vicki Koen; Chrizanne van Eeden; Sebastiaan Rothmann (Elliott & Fitzpatrick & NISC [© 2010 Elliot & Fitzpatrick], 2013)
      This study applied the approach of Dickoff, James, and Wiedenbach (1968) to construct a conceptual framework and a model for the psychosocial well-being of families from diverse cultures in a South African context. Findings ...
    • Psychological well-being of families in a South African context: a prospective multifactorial model 

      Vicki, Koen; Chrizanne, Van Eeden; Sebastiaan, Rothmann (Elliott & Fitzpatrick & NISC [© 2010 Elliot & Fitzpatrick], 2013)
      This study investigated the psychosocial well-being of a group of South African families by determining the prevalence of psychosocial well-being indicators. A cross-sectional survey design and a purposive, voluntary ...
    • Strategies for work-family balance in a South African context 

      Bisschoff, Marlize; Koen, Vicki; Ryke, Elma H. (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      Finding and maintaining work–family balance has become an increasingly difficult challenge for South African families due to various factors, including economic, political, social and cultural changes that can impact ...
    • What inspires South African student teachers for their future profession? 

      Wolhuter, Charl; Van der Walt, Hannes; Potgieter, Ferdinand; Meyer, Louisa; Mamiala, Thapelo (Education Association of South Africa (EASA), 2012)
      The need for an inspired professional teacher corps to haul South African school education out of its current low level of quality was the driving force behind this project. Its aim was to determine what counted as sources ...
    • What inspires South African student teachers for their future profession? 

      Wolhuter, Charl; Van der Walt, Hannes; Potgieter, Ferdinand; Meyer, Louisa; Mamiala, Thapelo (Educational Asociation of SA (EASA), 2012)
      The need for an inspired professional teacher corps to haul South African school education out of its current low level of quality was the driving force behind this project. Its aim was to determine what counted as sources ...
    • 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 ...