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Research outputs: PUBLIC PERCEPTION
In the international context, South Africa has a unique 'fingerprint' of public attitudes towards science, characterised by a complex and sh...Download this report
The aim of this article is to examine public perceptions of community engagement with local government, on the one hand, and public percepti...
The main objectives of the DST funded research were as follows: * to develop and field a family-focused questionnaire as part of the 2012 S...
The primary objective of this survey was to gather information about energy- related behaviour in South Africa. A similar survey was conduc...