School of Applied Human Sciences

Nomakhosi Nomathemba Sibisi

SibisiN@ukzn.ac.za

031-260-2460

  • Details

  • Position Lecturer
  • Discipline Criminology
  • CampusHoward College Campus
  • Office AddressF185 Memorial Tower Building, First Floor

Degrees Held

  • Bachelor of Social Work, University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • Master of Social Science, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Research Interests

  • School based violence
  • Domestic abuse
  • Gender based violence

Teaching Interests

  • Forensic Criminology
  • Corrections
  • Biopsychosocial perspective
  • Criminalistics

Complete Research Record / Selected Publications (if you have a link to each online article, please include)

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Community Involvement

Teaching Expertise

  • I have been fortunate to teach full contact method.  Some students were just out of high school whilst others were at the exist level completing their degree.Class sizes also varied from a handful to approximately 300 students. Subject matters are Introduction to Criminology (first year), Forensic Criminology (third year), Corrections (third year), Biopsychosocial perspective (third year

Student Supervision

Honours

  • Nonhle Sibisi (2017) Effects of Hollywood Action Movies on Child Offenders in South Africa
  • Vuyani Makhubo (2017) The Correlation Between Xenophobia Attacks And Social Media In South Africa
  • Mokwanda Mzobe (2017) The Effectiveness of Projects on Homophobic Campaigns In Addressing Violence Against Homosexuals.
  • Nontobeko Hlongwa (2017) An Analysis Of The Effects Of Media Ethics In Live Broadcasting Of Criminal Cases: A Comparative Study
  • Phindile Hlophe (2018) An Explorative Study On How South African Films Motivate Criminal Behavior In The Youth.
  • Aviwe Thobela (2018) Exploring The Contribution of Social Media to The Spread of Hate Crime: A Case Study Of Xenophobic Attack In Durban
  • Mandisa Jafta (2018) A Comparative Analysis of the Prevalence, Severity and Forms of Violence Across Prisoners in The South African Correctional Centres.

Masters

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