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Thursday, 29 November 2007

 

Faculty of Arts Conference Proceedings 2007 

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Theme: Local and global issues in research in Humanities and Social Sciences 

08h00-0815

Registration

Ms S.Citwa

08:15-08:30

Opening and welcoming

Prof N. V. Makunga

08:30-08:45

Official Opening

Prof R. V. Gumbi

08:45-09h00

Focus on research Output

Prof P. T. Sibaya

09h00-09:30

Key Note Address

Prof Prof L. M Magi


Tea break          10h15 – 10h45          Tea break

VENUES

AUDITORIUM

AL13

Session 1

Chair:Dr. J. Mostert

Theme: Knowledge Management and Indigenous Knowledge Systems

 

 

Chair: Prof. N. J.Hooper

 

Theme: Diversity in literature and cultural studies

 

09h40 – 10h00

O. Bosire Onyancha

 

What are the future prospects of Knowledge Management? An audit of the subject domain's scholarly publications and research

 

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G. Gane

 

Unspeakable Injuries: The Violated Woman as Emblem of the Nation in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace, Zoe Wicomb’s David’s Story, and Achmat Dangor’s Bitter Fruit


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10h00 – 10h20

P. Dlamini (DLIS)

 

Knowledge Management (KM) Theories and their Relevance to Indigenous Knowledge Management (IKM).

 

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C. Addison

 

 ‘Narrator’s Identity and Stanza Form in the Venice Sections of Childe Harold IV and “Beppo”’

 

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10h20 – 10h40

D. N. Ocholla ( DLIS)

 

Marginalized Knowledge: An Agenda for Indigenous Knowledge Development and Integration with Other Forms of Know ledge

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P. Louw,

 

Landscape and the Anti-Pastoral Critique in Doris Lessing’s African Stories

 

 

 

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10h40 – 11h00

D. Njiraine, D. N. Ocholla and J le Roux (DLIS)

 

Auditing the Indigenous Knowledge Systems in South Africa: Challenges and opportunities

 

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M. J. Koenane

 

Understanding Virtue Ethics

 

 

 

 

 

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11h00 – 11h30                                                          TEA BREAK

 

11h30 – 11h50                                                PLENARY SESSION

                      Speaker: Prof G. V. C. Buijs

SESSION 2

 

 

11h50 – 12h10

Chair: Prof J. le Roux

Theme: Knowledge Management and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (Cont)

 

D. Jacobs

 

Publication and Cooperation Patterns of Authors of Natural Sciences in South Africa


 

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Chair: Prof T.A.P. Gumbi

Theme: Socio-economics systems and regional development

 

S. Ndwandwe

 

Teaching and Learning of Information Ethics by LIS Schools in the Universities in South Africa. A literature Review

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12h10 – 12h30

D. N. Ocholla and L. Ocholla (DLIS and UZ Library)

Research in Library and Information Science in South Africa: an analysis of journal research output from 1993-2006.

 

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Z. C. Zondi

 

Juvenile diversion in search of a new paradigm through to community justice

 

 

 

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12h30 – 12h50

G. Sitenei ( DLIS) 

Is it necessary for academic librarians to conduct research and publish?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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S. Magagula

 

Evaluation of reunification programmes rendered by service providers in respect of street children with their families/households.

Department of Social Work

 

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12h50 – 13h10

M. Hadebe

 

The role of rural women in sustaining small scale community development problems and successes
A case study of KwaNdaya Production Centre Umbumbulu KwaZulu-Natal

 

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D. Shongwe

 

Rwanda:s Indigenous Justice system in Practice

 

 

 

 


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13h10 – 14h00                                         LUNCH

 

SESSION 3

 

14h00 –14h20

Chair: Dr A. T. Nzama

 

Theme: Sustainability as a Mechanism for development/Recreation and Tourism

 

Chair: Prof. D. N.  Ocholla

Theme: Information Seeking and application of  Information and Communication Technologies

 

 

14h20 – 14h40

S.S. Nhlabathi

Building a sustainable competitive organization: Strategies thereof.

Anthropology and Development Studies

 

 

 

 

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J. Mostert and  M. Ntetha

 

ICTs in secondary educational institutions in the uMhlathuze municipality: an investigation into their utilization, impact and challenges.

 

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14h40 – 15h05

S. Jordaan

 

South Africa’s new HIV/AIDS/STI Strategic Plan 2007-2011: How the government’s response fails to address gender issues?

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A. K. Wafula-Kwake.

 

Challenges and opportunities facing ICT development amongst South African and Kenyan rural women

 

 

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15h05 – 15h25

N. D. Mwandla

 

Outdoor Recreation Resource Management in Kwazulu-Natal

 [Part-Time Lecturer] Centre for Recreation and Tourism

 


 

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G. Chipeta and J. Mostert

 

An Exploratory study of the Marketing of Library and Information Services: A Comparative study of the Mzuzu University and University of Zululand Libraries.

 

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15h25 – 15h45

Sr I. N. G. Biyela

 

Reconstructing the figure of King Shaka in our Cultural Heritage.

 

 

 


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N. Nkomo

 

A comparative analysis of web information seeking behavior among students and staff at the University of Zululand and Durban University of Technology


 

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15h45 – 16h05

C. M. Sithole

 

The Role Of The San Descendants

In Relation To Tourism Development In The Kamberg Valley

 

 

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Musonda V Mpepo

 

The Function of Sociocultural characteristics in Language Teaching in ESL Situations

 



 

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16h05 – 16h25

N. R. Ngcobo

 

The Provision of Recreation Facilities for the Youth in Umlazi Township Kwa Zulu-Natal.

 

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N. F. Ngcobo

 

Incidence Of Absenteeism In Ngwelezane Hospital Nurses As A Function Of Work Related Stress.

 

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16h25 – 16h45

Closing Address

Prof N. V. Makunga

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