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    • Combining uncertainties in a court of law using Bayesian networks 

      Muller, M. A. (Obiter Law Journal: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), Faculty of Law, 2017)
      People generally have difficulty dealing with the counter-intuitive notion of probability, and therefore they often misunderstand aspects of uncertainty. This is particularly significant in a court of law when for example ...

    • Constraints to quality education and support for all : a Western Cape case 

      Dreyer, Lorna M. (Education Association of South Africa, 2017)
      In its vision for education, the National Planning Commission (2011:264) of South Africa states that “all children can access and benefit from high quality education” through flexible services which are available, accessible ...

    • Cultivating African academic capital - intersectional narratives of an African graduate and his PhD study supervisor 

      Bitzer, Eli; Matimbo, Fulgence (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
      Three theoretical axes, namely ‘habitus’, ‘transformational learning’ and ‘doctorateness’ informed two narrative doctoral accounts. One is from a Tanzanian public official who graduated from a research-intensive South ...

    • Die ontwikkeling van ekogeletterdheid deur middel van ’n Afrikaanse leesreeks 

      Loubser, Henriette (LitNet, 2017)
      Hierdie artikel is ’n waarderende refleksie op ’n leesreeks wat spesifiek vir ekologiese opvoeding ontwikkel is. Die tekste in die reeks beskik oor die potensiaal om by kinders ’n dieper kennis van die ekostelsel te ...

    • Foot strike patterns differ between children and adolescents growing up barefoot vs. shod 

      Hollander, Karsten; De Villiers, Johanna Elsabe; Venter, Ranel; Sehner, Susanne; Wegscheider, Karl; Braumann, Klaus-Michael; Zech, Astrid (Georg Thieme Verlag, 2017)
      Effects of early and permanent footwear use are not well understood. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of habituation to footwear on foot strike patterns of children and adolescents. Healthy habitually ...

    • Impact of alcohol consumption on tuberculosis treatment outcomes : a prospective longitudinal cohort study protocol 

      Myers, Bronwyn; Bouton, Tara C.; Ragan, Elizabeth J.; White, Laura F.; McIlleron, Helen; Theron, Danie; Parry, Charles D. H.; Horsburgh, C. R.; Warren, Robin M.; Jacobson, Karen R. (BioMed Central, 2018-09-29)
      Background: An estimated 10% of tuberculosis (TB) deaths are attributable to problematic alcohol use globally, however the causal pathways through which problem alcohol use has an impact on TB treatment outcome is not ...

    • No evidence of HIV replication in children on antiretroviral therapy 

      Van Zyl, Gert U.; Katusiime, Mary Grace; Wiegand, Ann; McManus, William R.; Bale, Michael J.; Halvas, Elias K.; Luke, Brian; Boltz, Valerie F.; Spindler, Jonathan; Laughton, Barbara; Engelbrecht, Susan; Coffin, John M.; Cotton, Mark F.; Shao, Wei; Mellors, John W.; Kearney, Mary F. (American Society for Clinical Investigation, 2017)
      It remains controversial whether current antiretroviral therapy (ART) fully suppresses the cycles of HIV replication and viral evolution in vivo. If replication persists in sanctuary sites such as the lymph nodes, a high ...


    • What is (post)quanlitative research? 

      Le Grange, L. (HESA, 2018)
      The (post)human turn has ushered in new ways of doing inquiry. (Post)humanism is the catalyst for news ways of thinking and doing research under an umbrella term called (post)qualitative research. In this article I discuss ...