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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: SOCIO-CULTURAL PRACTICES
2015 Comprehensive report: a research framework on gender and socio-cultural inclusion in global change research
This Report is the product of a project attempting to design a framework which would better enable the mainstreaming of gender and socio-cul...Download this report
Children develop in several interlocking systems in the context of their family, and within the interaction of such settings as home, school...
This chapter focuses on some sociocultural aspects of life within the majority black African population of South Africa, most of whom speak ...
2005 The relationship between labour market dynamics and HIV/AIDS prevalence in South Africa: a literature review
The aim of this literature review is to analyses the contribution of current research and literature to an understanding of the relationship...