Research outputs

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HSRC Repository

The HSRC Institutional Repository is an important tool that the HSRC utilises to preserve and disseminate its documents. Different types of publications including scholarly research outputs are collected, preserved and distributed in a digital format.

Research data

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2019 School connectedness as psychological resilience factor in children affected by HIV/AIDS

Children affected by HIV/AIDS are at high risk for poor mental health outcomes. Social and psychological connectedness to school has been id...

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2019 Over nutrition in children and adolescents

Eclipsing infectious diseases and under-nutrition as a significant contributor to mortality and morbidity over the past two decades, overwei...

2019 Bearing witness to suffering: a reflection on the personal impact of conducting research with children and grandchildren of victims of apartheid-era gross human rights violations

Social scientists who conduct qualitative research frequently use emotional engagement to gather information about participants thoughts, fe...

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2019 Towards emancipatory research methodologies with children in the African context: practical possibilities and overcoming challenges

Despite having international and national legislative frameworks and policies that guarantee children's rights and encourage their participa...