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The attitudes of the Hindu and Muslim Female University students towards the use and acceptance of the Indian traditional dress

The study is a report of the responses of certain groups of
Indian university students towards the use and acceptance of
their traditional dress. It is directly related to the impact
of westernisation on the current use of the Indian dress.

Girmitya tales : an odyssey

The British settlers’ (c1840s) saw sugar as a viable export commodity but there was a serious shortage of labour. The fate of the colony “hangs on a thread, the thread is labour (Natal Mercury, April 1859).

Gender Under Fire - interrogating War in South Africa, 1939-1945

Warfare in the twentieth century – with few exceptions as the century closed – provided a theatre for the consolidation of gender roles. The gender roles of "soldiers" and "mothers" in particular were remarkably uncontested during war years.

Grey Street area : a survey of a community. ISER. OCP8, 1983. Durban Delhi - 1915

Housing is a basic human need, providing not only physical shelter for
human survival, but also an intimate setting for social and emotional
activity and interaction. Johnston ( 1978) points out that the basic

An investigation into the nature and extent of Child Abuse among the Indian population of the Durban Municipal area 1986

The study of child abuse is a complex one indeed. There are many
variables involved, each one of which or combination of which,
contribute to the end result, that is, the abused child. The
psychological implications to the abused child as well as the

Job satisfaction of Indian married women in the clothing manufacturing industry in Durban and its effects on their interpersonal family relationships

In South Africa, little or no research has been undertaken to determine
the effect of the Indian women's job on her family. The present study,
being undertaken with regard to work satisfaction, as determined by

Factory and Family: lndian Factory Workers in Durban

The first study, conducted in 1982, investigated the level of
job satisfaction experienced by Indian women employed in the
Clothing Industry in Durban, and the effects of this on their
interpersonal family relationships. A probability sample of 270

Job satisfaction of Indian married women in the clothing industry in Durban and its effects on their interpersonal family relationships

In South Africa, little or no research has been undertaken to determine
the effect of the Indian women's job on her family. The present study,
being undertaken with regard to work satisfaction, as determined by

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