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Research outputs: NORTHERN SOTHO SPEAKING PEOPLE
Illness representations have been shown to differ across cultures. The aim of the study was to study disease terminology and lay prototypes ...
The aim of this study was to identify the sources of professional help of black South African students in times of personal distress....
The aim of this study was to compile a culture specific taxonomy of human values in Northern Sotho. With respect to cross-cultural comparis...