Now showing items 1-8 of 8
The Gowe Irrigation co-operative society and its role in Sanyati (Zimbabwe), 1967-1969
The paper focuses on the origins and development of agricultural co-operative societies in Zimbabwe since 1954 with particular reference to Gowe-Sanyati and evaluates their role in facilitating the channelling of production ...
Knowledge is everywhere: a philosophical exploration
In this article, I would like to argue that interdisciplinarity belongs to the very nature of knowledges in their diverse manifestations and any disregard for this idea would mean a distortion of knowledge while creating ...
Unskilled blue collar workers: Bourgeois and/or authoritarian? Results from a small scale survey in Belgium
In this article, two contrasting theories on the attitudes of unskilled blue collar workers are confronted: the ‘embourgeoisement’ thesis and the hypothesis of the ‘authoritarianism of the working class’. The ‘embourgeoisement’ ...
The role of technology in the economic growth of South Africa: The case of frequency allocations to cellular operators
Economists associate long-term economic growth with technological progress. Earlier growth literature, as well as modern literature, states to sustain a positive growth rate of output per capita in the long run, there ...
HIV/AIDS awareness among first year pharmacy students and the role of the university
As HIV/AIDS continues to spread and affect the lives of millions of people, a sense of urgency has developed about the imperative need to stop the epidemic. Education is the key to change knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. ...
Hidden benefits of public private partnerships: the case of water pressure management in Sebokeng
Many water distribution systems in South Africa are deteriorating due to many years of neglect resulting in a serious maintenance backlog. Recent government legislation has introduced free basic water to all South Africans ...
‘Music is Life’ – The influence of transcendentalist philosophy on Ives’s Concord Sonata
Although the Concord Sonata is traditionally regarded as a sonata, it is atypical of the genre and is often considered as enigmatic. To understand this composition, a transdisciplinary approach is essential by, more ...
Editorial comment: a new era