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    • SING ’N NUWE LIED IN ’N NUWE TAAL – VOORBEELDE VAN INKLUSIEWE TAALGEBRUIK IN DIE AFRIKAANSE KERKLIED 

      Vermeulen, Ockie (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2019)
      Tydens my aanvanklike navorsing oor die afwesigheid van inklusiewe taal in nuwe Afrikaanse kerkliedere,1 skryf Faani Engelbrecht (betrokke by Flam2) aan my dat hy nie die nut daarvan insien nie, aangesien God kies om ...
    • Uncertainties implicit to the use of the force-field solutions to the Parker transport equation in analyses of observed cosmic ray antiproton intensities 

      Engelbrecht, N. Eugene; De Felice, Valeria (APS, 2020)
      Spacecraft observations of cosmic ray antimatter intensities can potentially shed new light on previously unknown physics and hence play an essential role in the search for dark matter. At lower energies, however, these ...
    • REDAKTEURSBRIEF | EDITORIAL LETTER 

      Els, Gideon (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2019)
      Met hierdie uitgawe van Vir die Musiekleier trek ons ‘n nuwe baadjie vir die vaktydskrif aan. Fransa Vorster, wat die bladuitleg vir die tydskrif behartig, skryf as volg: “Ek is geïnspireer deur die eenvoudige lyne van ...
    • Ce0.8Sr0.2CoxFe1-xO3-delta (x=0.2, 0.5, 0.8) - a Perovskite-type nanocomposite for application in the oxygen evolution reaction in alkaline media 

      Njoku, C.B.; Kriek, R.J.; Doyle, B.P.; Carleschi, E. (Wiley, 2020)
      Three perovskite‐type nanocomposites, i. e. Ce0.8Sr0.2CoxFe1‐xO3‐δ (x=0.2, CSCF1; 0.5, CSCF2; 0.8, CSCF3), were synthesized employing the sol‐gel technique, subsequent to which they were physically and electrochemically ...
    • Nature's enduring patterns: a path to systems literacy 

      Goede, Roelien (Wiley, 2020)
      The theme of this special issue, Nature's Enduring Patterns: A Path to Systems Literacy, was celebrated at the 63rd Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences in Corvallis in July 2019. In a world dominated ...
    • Family structure and history of childhood trauma: associations with risk-taking behavior among adolescents in Swaziland 

      Maepa, Mokoena Patronella; Ntshalintshali, Thobile (Frontiers Media, 2020)
      Introduction: Risk-taking and self-harm behavior among adolescent are a global challenge. This study explored family structure and history of childhood trauma and their association with risk-taking and self-harm behaviors ...
    • EDITORIAL POLICY 

      Unknown author (2018)
    • petr eBen’s organ cycle job (1987) 

      Nell, Mario; Winfried, Lüdemann (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      The Biblical book of Job has long been recognised as one of the great works of world literature, even independently of its specific significance within the Judeo-Christian tradition. It deals with the question of theodicy: ...
    • DISCERNMENT: A SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE 

      Wort, Albert (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      The human history is littered with decisions that have a positive outcome, but reality leaves us with decisions that affect earth negatively. Over time, elaborate theories were constructed on decision making by exploring ...
    • ORGAN TUITION FOR BEGINNERS – THE METHOD BEHIND THE METHODS1 

      Steyl, Marian; Nell, Mario (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      There exists a general opinion that organ beginners should have basic keyboard skills before organ tuition may commence. This viewpoint is explicitly confirmed by various organ pedagogues and beginners’ methods. For ...
    • Persuasion in contemporary worship music styles: Observations from a South African perspective 

      cilliers, Salomé (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      The concept of persuasion is rarely associated with contemporary Christian worship music. In this article, however, established persuasion models by Brown (2006), as well as Jowett and O’Donnell (2012), are employed to ...
    • Ozone concentrations and their potential impacts on Vegetation in Southern Africa 

      Laakso, Lauri; Beukes, Johan Paul; Van Zyl, Pieter Gideon; Pienaar, Jacobus J.; Josipovic, Miroslav; Venter, Andrew; Jaars, Kerneels (Elsevier, 2013)
      The tropospheric ozone concentrations over southern Africa are relatively high due to large precursor emissions from biomass burning, vegetation and anthropogenic sources and the intensity of solar radiation. In this study, ...
    • Estimating the concentration of nucleation mode aerosol particles over South Africa using satellite remote sensing measurements 

      Sundström, A.-M.; Laakso, L.; Beukes, J.P.; Van Zyl, P.G.; Josipovic, M.; Venter, A.D.; Jaars, K.; Pienaar, J.J.; Piketh, S.; Chiloane, E.K. (AIP Publishing, 2013)
      In this work satellite based observations were used to estimate the concentration of nucleation mode aerosols over South Africa. The nucleation mode aerosols can not be detected directly with satellite instruments since ...
    • SOMERKERSFEES – WEERGAWES, PERSPEKTIEWE EN MUSIKALE KRAGTE 

      Meyer, Jaco (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      The popular South African and Afrikaans Christmas carol, Somerkersfees (Summer Christmas), also known as Welkom, o stille nag van vrede (Welcome, oh quiet night of peace) by Koos du Plessis, exists in two noteworthy ...
    • Automated continuous air monitoring 

      Beukes, Johan Paul; Venter, Andrew Derick; Josipovic, Miroslav; Van Zyl, Pieter Gideon; Jaars, Kerneels; Dunn, Marcell; Laakso, Lauri (Elsevier, 2015)
      Anthropogenic and anthropogenically induced emissions (such as emissions due to land use change) of various gaseous and particulate atmospheric species have substantially increased since the onset of the industrial ...
    • Die teks, musiek en werking van “stille nag” (1818) 

      Kloppers, Elsabé (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      The 200th centenary of the popular Christmas carol, Silent Night, is celebrated this year. It was first performed in a small town in Austria, on Christmas Eve in 1818. Sung originally in German, it is now sung in many ...
    • Voorwoord 

      Els, Gideon (Die Suider-Afrikaanse Kerkorrelistevereniging, 2018)
      As a musician and a church musician, 2018 was very special to me. Not only did we celebrate the centenary of the death of two French composers, Claude Debussy and Lili Boulanger (and the first female winner of the Prix ...
    • Passive diffusion sampling devices for monitoring ambient air concentrations 

      Pienaar, J.J.; Beukes, Johan Paul; Van Zyl, Pieter Gideon; Lehmann, C.M.B.; Aherne, J. (2015)
      This chapter gives an overview of sampling ambient air using passive (also termed diffusive) samplers. The use of this type of sampler in ambient air monitoring has become very popular due to the simplicity and convenience ...
    • Coal-based reducing agents in ferroalloys and silicon production 

      Tangstad, Merete; Beukes, Johan Paul; Steenkamp, Joalet; Ringdalen, Eli (Elsevier, 2019)
      Manganese, chromium, and silicon ferroalloys are typical examples of alloys that are produced using carbon materials to remove oxygen from the raw materials. A majority of such alloys are currently produced in electric ...
    • Exploring the influence of scent marketing on consumers' buying behaviour in the high-end fashion industry 

      Van Niekerk, C. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      The high-end fashion industry faces increasing competition, rising debt, and consumers who are overwhelmed with marketing messages. The goal of a consumer is to obtain value from the product that they are buying, which is ...