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University of Pretoria

1. [No author]. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement .

Degree: 2011, University of Pretoria

This study explored the phenomena of pre-adolescents growing up in an informal settlement and explored how needs and wants influenced their value and moral formation. The research was located within the specific context of a qualitative interpretivist study. A phenomenological research design was used to highlight how these young people construct their personal identities rooted in their unique value and moral structures. The criteria used to choose the participants included pre-adolescents between the ages of 10 and 14 who lived alone without parental care or who were left alone for long periods during the day. The selected participants were young people who were daily exposed to adverse conditions and who had to make real life choices. Data on how these pre-adolescents viewed their situation were collected using stick figures, collages, drawings and observations, followed by in-depth individual and focus group interviews and discussions on moral dilemmas. The aim of interviewing the young people personally was to explore their own views of the realities of their lived experiences and how they perceived the world around them. From the empirical evidence and the theories studied a number of significant themes emerged that indicated a strong need for emotional and social support, besides their obvious material needs. The major themes were (1) family and community, (2) emotional needs, (3) financial and material needs, (4) protection and security, (5) moral choices and needs, (6) education and (7) religion. The findings of the study revealed that individuals progress through various stages of moral growth and development as they grow from childhood to adulthood, and that children are not born with an innate moral or value system. These have to be taught through the process of socialisation whereby they learn social values, morals, attitudes and expectations as these are communicated from one person to another. The findings also showed that these young people are able to act in a caring, concerned, altruistic and resilient manner, just as much as they are able to act in a destructive manner. These young people are as able to do good just as they are able to do bad things. They have a strong sense of moral rightness and wrongness and the values that underpin morality. It showed that even when their basic human needs are unmet they can still make choices that reflect good moral values. They have the capacity to transcend themselves and to make radical change in their personal lives and in turn contribute to the well being of a better society. Since this was an exploratory study of specific marginalised young people in a particular environment which focused more on pre-adolescents’ espoused theory and how they would act if faced by moral dilemmas, it suggests the need for further exploration and research on the theory in action by studying the reasons why preadolescents engage in at-risk behaviour. SEPEDI : Thuto ye e hlohlomiša ponagalo e kgolô ya baswa bofalalelong bjo e sego bja tlwaelo, gomme ya hlohletša ka moo… Advisors/Committee Members: Prof J Nieuwenhuis (advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Ba ipei leago; Botho bja se-afrika; Popego’ popo; Theô ya setho; African ubuntu; Human values; Wants; Moral development; Needs; Informal settlement; Marginalised; Pre-adolescents; Choices; Behaviour; Formation; Dikgetho; Baswa; Dinyakwa; Kgolô ya maitshwaro; Boitshwaro; Bao ba lego mellwaneng ya bophelo; UCTD

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APA (6th Edition):

author], [. (2011). The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement . (Masters Thesis). University of Pretoria. Retrieved from http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-05052011-144859/

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

author], [No. “The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement .” 2011. Masters Thesis, University of Pretoria. Accessed December 08, 2019. http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-05052011-144859/.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

author], [No. “The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement .” 2011. Web. 08 Dec 2019.

Vancouver:

author] [. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement . [Internet] [Masters thesis]. University of Pretoria; 2011. [cited 2019 Dec 08]. Available from: http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-05052011-144859/.

Council of Science Editors:

author] [. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement . [Masters Thesis]. University of Pretoria; 2011. Available from: http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-05052011-144859/


University of Pretoria

2. Duffy, Bernadette. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement.

Degree: Education Management and Policy Studies, 2011, University of Pretoria

This study explored the phenomena of pre-adolescents growing up in an informal settlement and explored how needs and wants influenced their value and moral formation. The research was located within the specific context of a qualitative interpretivist study. A phenomenological research design was used to highlight how these young people construct their personal identities rooted in their unique value and moral structures. The criteria used to choose the participants included pre-adolescents between the ages of 10 and 14 who lived alone without parental care or who were left alone for long periods during the day. The selected participants were young people who were daily exposed to adverse conditions and who had to make real life choices. Data on how these pre-adolescents viewed their situation were collected using stick figures, collages, drawings and observations, followed by in-depth individual and focus group interviews and discussions on moral dilemmas. The aim of interviewing the young people personally was to explore their own views of the realities of their lived experiences and how they perceived the world around them. From the empirical evidence and the theories studied a number of significant themes emerged that indicated a strong need for emotional and social support, besides their obvious material needs. The major themes were (1) family and community, (2) emotional needs, (3) financial and material needs, (4) protection and security, (5) moral choices and needs, (6) education and (7) religion. The findings of the study revealed that individuals progress through various stages of moral growth and development as they grow from childhood to adulthood, and that children are not born with an innate moral or value system. These have to be taught through the process of socialisation whereby they learn social values, morals, attitudes and expectations as these are communicated from one person to another. The findings also showed that these young people are able to act in a caring, concerned, altruistic and resilient manner, just as much as they are able to act in a destructive manner. These young people are as able to do good just as they are able to do bad things. They have a strong sense of moral rightness and wrongness and the values that underpin morality. It showed that even when their basic human needs are unmet they can still make choices that reflect good moral values. They have the capacity to transcend themselves and to make radical change in their personal lives and in turn contribute to the well being of a better society. Since this was an exploratory study of specific marginalised young people in a particular environment which focused more on pre-adolescents’ espoused theory and how they would act if faced by moral dilemmas, it suggests the need for further exploration and research on the theory in action by studying the reasons why preadolescents engage in at-risk behaviour. SEPEDI : Thuto ye e hlohlomiša ponagalo e kgolô ya baswa bofalalelong bjo e sego bja tlwaelo, gomme ya hlohletša ka moo… Advisors/Committee Members: Nieuwenhuis, F.J. (advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Ba ipei leago; Botho bja se-afrika; Popego’ popo; Theô ya setho; African ubuntu; Human values; Wants; Moral development; Needs; Informal settlements; Marginalised; Pre-adolescents; Choices; Behaviour; Formation; Dikgetho; Baswa; Dinyakwa; Kgolô ya maitshwaro; Boitshwaro; Bao ba lego mellwaneng ya bophelo; UCTD

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APA (6th Edition):

Duffy, B. (2011). The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement. (Masters Thesis). University of Pretoria. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2263/24362

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Duffy, Bernadette. “The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement.” 2011. Masters Thesis, University of Pretoria. Accessed December 08, 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/24362.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Duffy, Bernadette. “The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement.” 2011. Web. 08 Dec 2019.

Vancouver:

Duffy B. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement. [Internet] [Masters thesis]. University of Pretoria; 2011. [cited 2019 Dec 08]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/2263/24362.

Council of Science Editors:

Duffy B. The values formation of children growing up in an informal settlement. [Masters Thesis]. University of Pretoria; 2011. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/2263/24362


University of South Africa

3. Mafunzwaini, Mashudu Mercy. Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills .

Degree: 2019, University of South Africa

The purpose of this study was to determine the self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses on the critical midwifery skills. The study was conducted in the four public hospitals designated for community service in Gauteng Province. A quantitative descriptive design was used with a structured self-report questionnaire as data collection instrument. Non-probability convenience sampling was used for the study. The sample size was eighty-four newly qualified professional nurses. The Stata 15 software was used for statistical analyses. The researcher used descriptive statistics to describe and synthesize the collected data. The findings revealed that most newly qualified professional nurses had no knowledge in identifying different types of decelerations, management of late and variable decelerations, but had knowledge in most of the skills related to management of third stage of labour.; Maikemišetšo a dinyakišišo tše e be e le go hwetša bokgoni bja go ipega ka nnoši bja baoki bao ba ithutetšego profešene ya booki ka go bokgoni bjo bohlokwa bja pelegišo. Dinyakišišo di dirilwe dipetleleng tše nne tša bohle tšeo di kgethetšwego tirelo ya setšhaba ka Profenseng ya Gauteng. Khwanthitheitif diskriptif disaene ‘Quantitative descriptive design’ e dirišitšwe gammogo le lenaneopotšišo leo le beakantšwego la go ipega ka nnoši ‘structured self-report questionnaire’ bjalo ka sedirišwa sa go kgoboketša bohlatsi. “Non-probability convenience sampling” e dirišitšwe mo go kgetheng banyakišišwa. Bogolo bja sešupo e be e le baoki ba masomeseswai-nne ba baswa bao ba ithutetšego profešene ya booki. “Stata 15 software” e dirišitšwe tshekatshekong ya dipalopalo. Monyakišiši o dirišitše dipalopalo tša tlhalošo ‘descriptive statistics’ go hlaloša le go kopanya ‘data’ yeo e kgobokeditšwego. Ditšweletšo di utollotše gore bontši ba baoki ba baswa bao ba ithutetšego profešene ya booki ga ba na le tsebo ya go hlatha mehuta yeo e fapanego ya diphokotšo, taolo ya diphokotšo tša morago le tša go fetoga, efela ba na le tsebo ka go bokgoni bjo bontši bjoo bo amanago le taolo ya kgato ya boraro ya lešoko.; Ndivho ya ngudo iyi yo vha u wanulusa nḓivho ya vhukoni ha iwe muṋe ya vhaongi vhaswa vha kha ḓi bvaho u phasa vhuongi uri vha na zwikili zwa ndeme zwa vhuongi vhubebisi u swika ngafhi. Ngudo iyi yo itwa kha zwibadela zwiṋa zwa muvhuso zwo ṋewaho u isa tshumelo zwitshavhani kha vunḓu ḽa Gauteng. Kha u kuvhanganya mafhungo muṱoḓisi o shumisa ngona ya u ṱalutshedza ya khwanthithethivi ho ṱanganyiswa na mbudziso dzo dzudzanyiwaho dzi bviselaho khagala kha iwe muṋe (structured self-report questionnaire). Vhunanguludzi ho shumiswaho kha ngudo iyi ho vha “Non-probability convenience”. Tshivhalo tsha vhashelamulenzhe vho nanguludzwaho tsho vha vhaongi vhaswa vha kha ḓibvaho u phasa vha fumalo ina. “The Stata 15 software” ndi tshishumiswa tsho shumiswaho kha u sengulusa mafhungo o kuvhanganywaho. Muṱoḓisisi o shumisa zwisiṱatisitika zwa u ṱalutshedza kha u ṱalutshedza na u dzudzanya mafhungo o kuvhanganyiwaho. Ngudo iyi yo bvisela… Advisors/Committee Members: Makua, Memme Girly (advisor), Mathibe-Neke, M.J (advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Cardiotocography; Competency; Critical midwifery skills; Monitoring of labour; Newly qualified professional nurse; Partograph; Third stage of labour; Khadiyotokhokrafi; Bokgoni; Bokgoni bjo bohlokwa bja pelegišo; Molekodi wa lešoko; Baoki ba baswa bao ba ithutetšego profešene ya booki; Phatokraf; Kgato ya boraro ya lešoko; Khadiothokhografu; Vhukoni; Zwikili zwa vhuthogwa zwi no tshimbilelana na vhubebisi; U tola muimana musi a kha vhutungu ha u toda u beba; Vha ongi vha no khou bva u fhedza ngudo dzavho; Phathografu; Tshipida tsha vhuraru tsha musi hu tshi bebiwa nwana; Mabelo ya mbilu ya n’wana la nga ekhwirini; Vuswikoti; Swikili swa nkoka swa vusungukati; Vulanguteri bya vuveleki; Muongori loyi a ha ku thwaselaka vuongori; Vuxokoxoko bya vuyimani na xiyimo xa vunharhu xa vuveleki

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APA (6th Edition):

Mafunzwaini, M. M. (2019). Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills . (Masters Thesis). University of South Africa. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10500/25718

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Mafunzwaini, Mashudu Mercy. “Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills .” 2019. Masters Thesis, University of South Africa. Accessed December 08, 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/25718.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Mafunzwaini, Mashudu Mercy. “Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills .” 2019. Web. 08 Dec 2019.

Vancouver:

Mafunzwaini MM. Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills . [Internet] [Masters thesis]. University of South Africa; 2019. [cited 2019 Dec 08]. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10500/25718.

Council of Science Editors:

Mafunzwaini MM. Self-reported competence of newly qualified professional nurses in specific midwifery skills . [Masters Thesis]. University of South Africa; 2019. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10500/25718

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