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Research outputs: YOUTH
Despite depressing poverty, unemployment, corruption and greed that besets their societies, young people who participated in a recent roundt...
The study aims to investigate factors associated with sexual violence among South African female youths (18-24 years) in a cross-sectional h...
This paper draws on intentionality systems theory to begin a discussion about the relationship between the act of violence and thinking. The...