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Research data: ATTITUDES
2020 Corruption perceptions and their effects on young graduates: attitudes towards public sector recruitment processes and trust in public institutions: a quantitative exploration of students from the university of KwaZulu-Natal and the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Public sector recruitment in South Africa has continued to be a topic of much interest, by virtue of being the country's largest employer, p...
2019 Understanding the attitude-behaviour relationship: a quantitative analysis of public participation in anti-immigrant violence in South Africa
Xenophobic violence is a fundamental obstacle to the mental, social, and economic wellbeing of international migrants living and working in ...
2019 The contribution of South African teachers to students' sense of belonging and mathematics achievement: students' perspective from the 2015 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study
The role of teachers in nurturing students sense of belonging cannot be overemphasised. Students who do not feel accepted by their teachers ...Download this report
2019 Attitudes toward abortion, social welfare programs, and gender roles in the U.S. and South Africa
Public abortion attitudes are important predictors of abortion stigma and accessibility, even in legal settings like the U.S. and South Afri...