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Research outputs: 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...
2020 "Communities are at the heart of any disease outbreak and health emergency response": engaging communities regarding their knowledge, beliefs, practices and attitudes in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in South Africa
2020 A qualitative analysis of comments received from the general public in response to gazetted amendments to the Disaster Management Act Regulations: Alert Level 3 (Gazette 43521 of 12 July 2020)
The HSRC was requested to receive email responses from the general public to the gazetted amendments to the Disaster Management Act Regulati...Download this report
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 ...