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Vol 5, No 21 (2014)

Generation Y Special Issue-September 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

Free-Time Management amongst Generation Y Students PDF
Natasha de Klerk, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye 11
Innovation and Risk-taking Propensity of Generation Y Students in South Africa PDF
Habofanwe Andreas Koloba, Christopher May 19
The Correlation of Leadership Practices of First and Second Generation Family Business Owners to Business Performance PDF
JP van der Westhuizen, Andrea Garnett 27
Factors Influencing Generations Y students’ Attitude towards Online Shopping PDF
K.M Makhitha 39
Perceived Effectiveness of Sales Promotion Techniques amongst South African Generation Y Students PDF
Marais Heleneze-Tiane, Natasha de Klerk, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye 51
Preferences and Perceptions of Generation Y Sport Students towards the Leadership Behaviour of Coaches PDF
Christopher May, Bianca Els, Peet Viljoen 61
Generation Y Students’ Product Colour Preferences PDF
Re-an Müller, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye, Willem Peet Viljoen 69
Influence of Social Image and Brand Trust on Mobile Phone Brand Equity amongst African Generation Y Students PDF
Christiaan Rudolf Quintus Roets, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye, Willem Peet Viljoen 75
African Generation Y Students’ Mobile Advertising Usage PDF
KL Sharp, AL Bevan-Dye 85
Trend Analysis of HIV Prevalence Rates amongst Gen X and Y Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinics in South Africa between 2001 and 2010 PDF
Wilbert Sibanda, Philip D. Pretorius 93
Determining African Generation Y Students’ Likelihood of Engaging in Pro-environmental Purchasing Behaviour PDF
C Synodinos, AL Bevan-Dye 101
African Generation Y Students’ Attitudes towards Personal Financial Planning PDF
Marko van Deventer, Natasha de Klerk, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye 111
African Generation Y Male Students’ Fashion Consciousness Behaviour PDF
Matebello D.B. Motale, Ayesha L. Bevan-Dye, Natasha de Klerk 121
Perceptions of Age Generations Regarding Employee Satisfaction in a South African Organisation PDF
Nico Martins, Ellen Caroline Martins 129
The Effect of Changes on Management of Generation Y Employees: A Study Case of Poland PDF
Izabela Bednarska-Wnuk 141
Generational Sub-cultures: Generation Y a Sub-culture? PDF
Michelle Moss, N. Martins 147
Precariousness among Young People and Student Population in the Czech Republic PDF
Andreja Sršen, Selma Muhič Dizdarevič 161
Profiling Y Generation GSM Users in Turkey According to Consumer Confusion, Perceived Risk and WOM PDF
Emine Cobanoglu, Hulya Tutus 169
Attitudes and Purchase Behaviour of Green Products among Generation Y Consumers in South Africa PDF
Muntaha Anvar, Marike Venter 183
Gender Differences in South African Generation Y Students’ Motives for Engaging in Physical Activity PDF
Natanya Meyer, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye 195
Shock Advertising: Not So Shocking Anymore. An Investigation among Generation Y PDF
Brandon Urwin, Marike Venter 203
Determinants of Employment Status and Its Relationship to Poverty in Bophelong Township PDF
Steven Henry Dunga, Mmapula Brendah Sekatane 215
The Relationship between Agricultural Production and Poverty in Malawi: A District Level Analysis PDF
Steven Henry Dunga 221
Logistical Hubs as a Means of Regional Growth: The Case of the Vaal Logistical Hub PDF
Wynand Grobler, Diana Viljoen 229
An Analysis of the Perceptions of the Consequences of Child Poverty: The Case of Boipatong Township PDF
J.L Makhalima, M. B Sekatane 239
Differences in Perceived Causes of Poverty between First and Third Year Economics Students in a Higher Education Institution PDF
Nokwanda Maseko, Diana Viljoen, Muzindutsi Paul-Francois 245
Counter-Cyclical Challenges of Fiscal Policy: A Comparitive Analysis of South Africa and Brics Countries PDF
André Mellet 251
Analysis of Macro Economic Forecasting Accuracy of South African National Treasury PDF
André Mellet 265
Community Expectations and Perceptions of Municipal Service Delivery: A Case Study in a South African Municipality PDF
Annie Mojaesi Moletsane, Natasha de Klerk, Ayesha Lian Bevan-Dye 281
Antecedents of Participation in Physical Activity among Generation Y at a South African Higher Education Institution PDF
R Nishimwe-Niyimbanira, PF Muzindutsi 291
Household Heads Gender Comparison of Perceived Causes of Poverty in a South African Township PDF
Rachel Nishimwe-Niyimbanira 299
Towards a New HIV/AIDS Policy: Risk Aversion Versus Opportunity Cost PDF
Diana Viljoen, André Mellet 305
To Reduce Inflation: New Application of Old Theories PDF
Diana Viljoen, André Mellet 313
Gender Equality, Pro-Poor Growth and Mdg Goal 1 In South African Municipal Governance: The Case of Sedibeng District Municipality PDF
Shikha Vyas-Doorgapersad 327
Emerging Issues in Poverty and Slavery in India PDF
Badar Alam Iqbal 335
Reflecting on Micro Finance in Poverty Reduction PDF
DY Dzansi, VY Atiase 345
Computer Science Students’ Perceptions of Mobile Technology in the Classroom PDF
DB Jordaan 353
Using Technology in the Computer Science Classroom: Using a Scriptable Game-engine for Teaching Artificial Intelligence PDF
Malan den Heijer, Roelien Goede 359
Factors Contributing to Mobile Phone Dependence PDF
DB Jordaan, J Surujlal 371
Using HCI Principles to Design Interactive Learning Material PDF
Juanita T Terblanche 377
Selecting Serious Games for the Computer Science Class PDF
JW Prinsloo, DB Jordaan 391
Video Analysis in Golf Coaching: An Insider Perspective PDF
Fanie Roos, Jhalukpreya Surujlal 399
Gender, ICT and Millennium Development Goals for Sustainable Development in West Africa PDF
Shikha Vyas-Doorgapersad 405
Factors that Influence Computer Science Students’ Attitude towards Serious Games in the Classroom PDF
MJ Zeeman, DB Jordaan 413
Technology Applications in Czech Presidential Elections of 2013: A Story of Social Networks PDF
Anna Matušková, Wadim Strielkowski 419
Geothermal Technology Application: A Case Study of Hot Dry Rock Technology in the Black Sea Basin PDF
Daria Nikiforova, Evgeny Lisin, Wadim Strielkowski, Natalya Odintsova 425


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