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    • Determining the impact of hunting trips on the hunter s quality of life 

      Kruger, Philippus Stephanes; Barratt, Elizabeth Laurel; Van Der Merwe, Petrus ([AJHTL], 2015)
      The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of a hunting trip on hunters‟ quality of life (QoL) as measured by life domains. A number of life domains that are directly related to a hunting trip may affect the ...
    • Determining the impact of hunting trips on the hunter s quality of life 

      Krüger, S.; Barrat, E.; Van der Merwe, P. (AJHTL, 2015)
      The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of a hunting trip on hunters‟ quality of life (QoL) as measured by life domains. A number of life domains that are directly related to a hunting trip may affect the ...
    • Does leisure have an effect on employee's quality of work life? 

      Naude, Rosa; Kruger, Stefan; Saayman, Melville (University of Stellenbosch. Department of Sport Science, 2012)
      The purpose of the research was to determine the effect of leisure on the overall Quality of Work Life (QWL) of Front Office Employees (FOEs). This paper presents the results of a self-administered survey, consisting of ...
    • The eudaimonic and hedonic components of happiness: qualitative and quantitative findings 

      Brdar, Ingrid; Wissing, Maria Philipina; Delle Fave, Antonella; Freire, Teresa; Vella-Brodrick, Dianne; Brdar, Ingrid; Wissing, Maria Philipina; Delle Fave, Antonella; Freire, Teresa; Vella-Brodrick, Dianne (Springer, 2011)
      This paper illustrates a new project developed by a cross-country team of researchers, with the aim of studying the hedonic and eudaimonic components of happiness through a mixed method approach combining both qualitative ...
    • Sources and motives for personal meaning in adulthood 

      Fave, Antonella Delle; Brdar, Ingrid; Wissing, Marié P.; Vella-Brodrick, Dianne A. (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
      This study examined sources and motives for personal meaning in adulthood using a mixed methods approach. Participants (N = 666) from seven Western countries reported sources of life meaning, and why they were meaningful. ...