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    • Coping by kinders uit egskeidingsgesinne 

      Von Wielligh, Jacquiline (North-West University, 2003)
      This study forms a subsection of an inter-university research project regarding the resilience of children in late middle childhood, in the South African context. The purpose of the current study was to determine whether ...
    • Exploring the needs of adolescents in divorced families in a South African Military context 

      Botha, Susanna Johanna (2014)
      Divorce and family disruption are growing phenomena in the world and a reality in many children‟s lives. Almost half of all divorced families in South Africa have children under the age of 18 years. Divorce is a traumatic ...
    • Parental alienation in divorce cases : a rapid review 

      Klinck, Martha Margaretha (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      As a family counsellor employed at the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, the researcher is responsible for investigations into the welfare and best interest of children in care and contact disputes. In ...
    • Parenting plans : the development of substantive guidelines for professionals 

      Robinson, Tanya Marie (North-West University, 2010)
      Parenting plans are a new concept for professionals in South Africa working in the field of divorce. Emphasis has been placed on the development of parenting plans by including the concept of parenting plans in section 33 ...
    • Pastoral guidance of the "unequally yoked" marriage partners 

      Theron, Petria Magdalena (North-West University, 2004)
      This study deals with problems of the unequally yoked marriage partners (a couple where one is a Christian and the other not). The practical theological model of Zerfass was followed by establishing a basis-, a meta- and ...