Perceptions of corporal punishment by children – giving recognition to their voices as potential victims of such punishment despite it being banned in SA schools in 1996 – were evaluated Dr Londeka Ngubane in her thesis for a PhD in Criminology.
PhD graduates at UKZN have been fortunate to have one of their lecturers teach them from their first year at undergraduate level through to the completion of their doctorates.
Dr Ephraim Sibanyoni, an academic in the School of Applied Human Sciences, recently graduated with his PhD in Criminology and Forensic Studies from UKZN for his study that focused on a victimological analysis of physically disabled children as victims of violence in the Eastern Cape. In his research, he explored forms of violence these physically
UKZN staffer, Dr Faaiza Shaikh, is thrilled after graduating with a PhD in Psychology which explores the management of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms experienced by students with the disorder at the University. She examined the use of Mindfulness Breathing Meditation as a coping mechanism for addressing ADHD symptoms. ‘I was keen on