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Title:Special edition dedicated to prof. Pempelani Mufune
Editor:Fox, Thomas
Year:2016
Periodical:Journal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (ISSN 2026-7215)
Volume:5
Issue:1
Pages:178
Language:English
City:Windhoek
Publisher:Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Namibia
Geographic term:Namibia
Subjects:youth unemployment
language instruction
education
literacy
Herero language
literature
About person:Pempelani Mufune (-2015)ISNI
Link:http://repository.unam.edu.na/handle/11070/1825
Abstract:This special edition of the 'Journal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences' is a tribute to Professor Pempelani Mufune who passed away on 7 March 2015. Contributions: The Namibian portfolio for languages: a tool for formative assessment in Namibian secondary schools (A. Zannier; S.D. Lumbu); A review on urban soil water erosion (R.N. Shikangalah; F. Jeltsch; N. Blaum; E.N. Mueller); 'One that has given you little has your soul consoled' - unemployed youth on surviving without unemployment benefits in Namibia (N. Namupala); Setswana mother tongue: opportunities and challenges in Namibian schools (I. Mogotsi; P. Mufune); Personal judgments and psychologically abusive behaviour: an analysis of ethnic differences in Namibia (M. Mberira); The teacher who goes the extra (s)mile: a study among primary school teachers in Namibia (L. Marques; M. Janik); A comprehensive alcohol and drug testing policy in the workplace as an intervention in the mining sector (M. Maree; E. Lightfoot; J. Ananias); Perspectives on adult literacy and livelihood: a review with reference to the National Literacy Programme in Namibia (NLPN) (G. Likando; K. Matengu; M. Shihako); Aspects of negation in Otjiherero (J.U. Kavari); Confronting the global: The 'mediatization' of local culture and Namibian youth receptions of media power (T. Fox); Gender-based violence and masculinity in Namibia: a structuralist framing of the debate (L. Edwards-Jauch); An exploration of the portrayal of the girl-child in Erna Muller's novels It all goes wrong and When you dance with the crocodile (T. Chunga; J. Kangira); Visual literature: an essential part of academic learning (C. Beuke-Muir). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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