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International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity Studies (IJ-SSHS)

Publisher:  The Social Sciences Research Society

ISSN:  1309-8063 (Online)

Subject:  Humanities, Social Sciences

 

 

 

Vol 8 No 1 , 2016

 

Content

 

 

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF TWITTER SPORTS CONSUMPTION MOTIVES AND RELATIONSHIP WITH FUTURE INTENTIONS: A PERSPECTIVE FROM ATHLETES’ FOLLOWERS

Nobukhosi Dlodlo-M Dhurup

 

CLIMATE CHANGE AND CROP PRODUCTION IN RURAL MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY: ASSESSING THE EFFECTS ON HOUSEHOLD SELF-PROVISIONING DURING PRE AND POST 1990 PERIOD

T.S Madzivhandila

 

AUDIENCE PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES ON MEDIA COVERAGE OF HIV AND AIDS PANDEMIC IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA

C. M. Mbajiorgu-A. A. Asha -S. O. Mmusi

 

PERCEIVED BARRIERS AND SUCCESS FACTORS OF FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS ENROLLED IN AN ENTREPRENEURIAL PROGRAMME

N. Meyer-C. Mostert

 

AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERCEPTIONS OF GRADUATE UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG GRADUATES FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITY

P. Mncayi

 

ANTI-FRAUD TRAINING IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE (SAPS): A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE

J. T. Mofokeng -I. de Vries,

 

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS INFLUENCING LEISURE ATTITUDE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AT A SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITY

Paul-Francois Muzindutsi-Diana Viljoen

 

CHARACTERISATION OF TIME-RELATED UNDEREMPLOYMENT IN A SOUTH AFRICAN MUNICIPALITY: A CASE OF BUSHBUCKRIDGE, MPUMALANGA PROVINCE

F. Niyimbanira

 

 

EXPLORING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN COMMUNITY COHESION AND CRIME IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

A A. Olutola Dr.-P.O. Bello

 

Perceptions of Organisational Politics, Frustration with Work and Occupational Commitment in a Sport and Recreation Department in Gauteng

P. Radebe-M. Dhurup

 

Perceptions of Service Quality and Satisfaction of High Performance Programmes (HPP): A Case Study of a Comprehensive University in South Africa

P. Serra-J. Surujlal-E.H. Redda

 

RETENTION OF EDUCATORS: THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP, EMPOWERMENT AND WORK ENGAGEMENT

A. S. Stander-M. W. Stander

 

VALIDATION OF A SCALE MEASURING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LONG-TERM ORIENTATION, POLITICAL ORIENTATION, ENVIRONMENTAL PURCHASE INTENTIONS AND GREEN PURCHASE BEHAVIOUR

C.Synodinos

 

WHEN THINGS GET TOUGH, THE TOUGH GET GOING: UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ PERCEIVED STRESS AND COPING MECHANISMS

Y. van Zyl-M. Dhurup

 

STRESS AND FUTURE CAREER ASPIRATIONS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN TURKEY

A. Yavuzaslan-A. Barişçil-Maria Fekete Farkas

 

ROLE OF THE MILITARY IN DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS AND SUCCESSION IN NIGERIA

E. E. Obioha

 

 

BARRIERS TO COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN CRIME PREVENTION IN LOW INCOME COMMUNITIES IN CAPE TOWN 

Jean Claude Manaliyo

 

 

LOCAL INTEGRATION AS A DURABLE SOLUTION FOR REFUGEES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Jean Chrysostome Kanamugire

 

NOBEL LAUREATE JAMES M. BUCHANAN’S (1919-2013) CONTRIBUTIONS TO POLITICAL ECONOMY

Coşkun Can Aktan

 

 

  

 

Vol 8 No 2 , 2016

 

Content

 

 

 

DESIGN EVALUATION OF A FORKLIFT SERIOUS GAME

Pieter Theunis de Villiers-A. Seugnet Blignaut

 

PERCEPTIONS OF HOUSEHOLD HEADS ON THE CAUSES OF CHILD POVERTY IN BOIPATONG TOWNSHIP

Steven H. Dunga -Jabulile L. Makhalima

 

DIMENSIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY OF SPORT GOVERNING BODIES OF GHANA: DEVELOPMENT OF A SCALE

Christopher Essilfie-Packianathan Chelladurai

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TEACHER LEARNING AT AN OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY (ODL) IN SOUTH AFRICA

A. K. Isabirye-K.C. Moloi

 

INNOVATIVE TEACHING IN ACCOUNTING SUBJECTS: ANALYSIS OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM

E. Lubbe

 

GENDER DIFFERENCES AMONGST AFRICAN GENERATION Y STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF FASHION MARKETING ACTIVITIES

Heleneze-Tiane Lues-N. De Klerk

 

POLITICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: WHY SHOULD AFRICA MITIGATE?

T.S. Madzivhandila-F. Niyimbanira

 

EMPLOYEE PERCEPTIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY

J. Mojapelo- C Mafini - M Dhurup

 

 

The Socioeconomic Determinants of Household Poverty Status in a Low-Income Settlement in South Africa

I. Maloma

 

PREDICTORS OF POVERTY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LOW INCOME COMMUNITIES IN THE NORTHERN FREE STATE REGION, SOUTH AFRICA

D. F. Meyer

 

THE APPLE DOES NOT FALL FAR FROM THE TREE: CAN SOCIETY CORRUPT POLICE OFFICIALS?

J. T. Mofokeng

 

MYTH THAT IMMIGRANTS “STEAL JOBS”: AN ECONOMIC BLAME GAME?

F. Niyimbanira-T.S. Madzivhandila

 

THE CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE JOB SATISFACTION OF ACADEMICS WITHIN SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES OF TECHNOLOGY

A.A. Ntisa-M. Dhurup -P.A. Joubert

 

STUDENT’S SOFT SKILL ACQUISITION IN AN OUTDOOR ADVENTURE EDUCATION EVENT OVER TWO YEARS OF PARTICIPATION

S.J. Roos -A. Lennox -C. Botha-Ravyse

 

Ten heuristics to evaluate the user experience of serious games

L. Fitchat-D.B. Jordaan

 

 

RESISTANCE TO CHANGE IN GOVERNMENT: ACTORS AND FACTORS THAT HINDER REFORM IN GOVERNMENT

İbrahim Demir - Coşkun Can  Aktan

 

 

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