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  • De Wet NC and Moll JC. 1998. The involvement of blacks in the Anglo Boer War in the Free State – a historiographical study. Acta Academica, December 1998:30(3):1-31.

  • Heyns MG, Niemann GS, Brazelle RR, Van Staden JG, Niemann, SM and De Wet C. 1998. The influence of follow-up assessment on the managerial behaviour of education leaders – an experiment. South African Journal of Education,18(3):149-154.

  • De Wet NC and Barnard LS. 1999. Formal education for blacks as reflected in the Free State historiography, 1854-1910. South African Journal of Education, 1999:19(2):139-146.

  • De Wet NC and Barnard LS. 1999. The struggle for the Caledon River Valley – a historiographical exploration. Historia, May 1999:49-64.

  • De Wet NC and Niemann S. 1999. The influence of politico-historical and economic realities on choice of medium of instruction in South Africa – a comparative analysis. South African Journal of Education, 1999:19(4) 281-287.

  • De Wet NC. 2000. A multiperspective approach to school history. South African Journal of Education, 2000:20(2):148-155.

  • De Wet NC. 2000. The influence of language attitudes on choice of medium of instruction in South Africa. Literator, 2000:21(3):37-57.

  • De Wet NC. 2000. An exploratory study of Anglo Boer War fiction. Acta Academica, 2000:32(2):38-65.

  • De Wet NC. 2000. The influence of the spirit of the times on the historiography of the provision of education to blacks in South Africa. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe/ Journal of the Humanities, 2000:40(4):330-340.

  • Niemann R, Niemann S, Brazelle R, Van Staden J, Heyns M and De Wet C. 2000. Objectivity, reliability, and validity in qualitative research. South African Journal of Education, 2000(4):283-286

  • De Wet NC. 2001. The portrayal of black people in South African school history textbooks. Acta Academica, 33(1):99-129.

  • De Wet NC, Brazelle RR, Heyns MG, Masitsa MG, Niemann GS, Niemann SM and Van Staden JG. 2001. Racism in South African education as reflected in the printed media. South African Journal of Education, 21(1):10-17.

  • De Wet NC. 2001. An analysis of the portrayal of racism in South African schools in selected media reports. Koers, 66(3): 245-262.

  • De Wet NC, Niemann GS and Matsela ZA. 2001. Language rights versus educational realities – a South African perspective. South African Journal of African Languages, 2000, 1: 45-58.

  • De Wet NC. 2001. An investigation of a number of educators' viewpoints on education-related sources of racism. South African Journal of Education, 24(4):247-255.

  • De Wet NC. 2002. Factors influencing the choice of English as language of learning and teaching (LoLT) – a South African perspective. South African Journal of Education, 22(2)119-124.

  • De Wet NC. 2002. A group of black educators' views on membership and objectives of teachers' unions. South African Journal of Education, 22(3):230-238.

  • De Wet NC. 2002. Racial violence in South African schools: a media analysis. Acta Academica, 34(3): 129-153.

  • Niemann GS, Brazelle RR, De Wet NC, Heyns MG, Niemann SM, Van Staden JG and Van der Westhuizen PC. 2002. Management development in education: fact or fiction – some preliminary findings. South African Journal of Education, 22(2):132-135.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. A media analysis on crime in South African education. South African Journal of Education, 23(1):34-41.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. School safety and combating crime: the view of a group of Free State learners and educators. South African Journal of Education, 23(2):85-93.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. Crime in South African education as reflected in the printed media, South African Journal of Education, 23(2):113-121.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. Free State educators’ perceptions of the scope of learner crimes. South African Journal of Education, 23(3):168-175.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. Eastern Cape educators’ perceptions of the causes and the scope of school violence. Acta Criminologica, 16(3):89-106.

  • De Wet NC. 2003. To strike or not to strike? The views of a number of black educators. South African Journal of Education, 23(4):264-271.

  • Steyn SC, Wolhuter CC, De Wet NC, Berkhout SJ and De Waal, EAS. 2003. Challenges for comparative education: everything for everybody and understanding of the other. South African Journal of Education, 23(4):307-312.

  • De Wet NC. 2004. A portrait of the educator – the view of a group of education students. South African Journal of Education, 24(2): 153-158.

  • De Wet NC. 2004. The extent and causes of learner vandalism at schools. South African Journal of Education, 24(3):206-211.

  • De Wet NC. 2004. Educators’ experiences of racism in education. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe/Journal of the Humanities, 44(1):28-37.

  • Masitsa MG, Van Staden JG, De Wet NC, Niemann SM, Brazelle RR and Niemann GS. 2004. Management problems at underachieving township secondary schools in the Free State. Acta Academica, 36(2):221-250.

  • De Wet, NC. 2005. The nature and extent of bullying in Free State secondary schools. South African Journal of Education, 25(2):82-88.

  • De Wet, NC. 2005. Strategies for the prevention of learner vandalism. Acta Academica, 37(1): 146-173.

  • De Wet, NC. 2005. Educator recognition of and intervention in school bullying situations: the perspectives and experiences of Free State Educators and learners. Acta Criminologica,18(2):44-55.

  • De Wet NC. 2005. The voices of victims and witnesses of school bullying. Koers, 70(4):705-725.

  • De Wet NC. 2006. Free State educators’ experiences and recognition of bullying at schools. South African Journal of Education, 26(1):61-73.

  • De Wet NC. 2006. Bullebakkery – almal se probleem. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 64(1):87-100.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 2006. Educator-targeted bullying: fact or fallacy? Acta Criminologica, 19(2):53-73.

  • De Wet NC. 2006. Educators’ perceptions, experiences, and observations of school violence in Lesotho. Acta Criminologica, 19(3):11-28.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Educators’ perceptions and observations of learner-on-learner violence and violence-related behaviour. South African Journal of Education, 27(2):191-208.

  • De Wet NC and Wolhuter CC. 2007. From ‘borrowing” to “learning” in international comparative study: a critical analysis. South African Journal of Education, 27(2):317-328.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Educators as perpetrators and victims of school violence. Acta Criminologica, 20(2):10-42.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Free State educators’ perceptions and observations of learner-on-learner and educator-on-learner school violence. Education as Change, 11(1):59-85.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Ouers se persepsies oor bullebakkery in ’n skoolkoshuis: ’n gevallestudie. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 43(1 & 2):29-47.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 2007. Riglyne vir die voorkoming van bullebakkery in ’n skoolkoshuis. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 47(3):331-348.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. School violence in Lesotho: the perceptions, experiences, and observations of a group of learners. South African Journal of Education, 27(4): 673-690.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Die aard en omvang van bullebakkery in skole: strategieë vir die voorkoming van die probleem. Acta Academica, 39(2):180-207.

  • De Wet NC. 2007. Educators’ perceptions and observations of learner-on-learner violence and violence-related behaviour. Africa Education Review, 4(2):75-93.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 2008. Kosgangers se ervaring van bullebakkery: ’n gevallestudie. Acta Academica, 40(1):197-235.

  • De Wet NC, Jacobs L and Palm-Forster T. 2008. Sexual harassment in Free State schools: an exploratory study. Acta Criminologica, 21(1):97-122.

  • De Wet NC and Palm-Forster T. 2008. The voices of victims of sexual harassment. Education as Change, 12(1):109-131.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 2009. An exploratory study on learner misbehaviour in Lesotho. Journal of Educational Studies, 8(Special Issue 1):60-82.

  • Jacobs L and De Wet NC. 2009. The effect of learner misbehaviour on educators in Lesotho. Africa Education Review, 6(1):48-69.

  • De Wet NC. 2009. Newspapers’ portrayal of school violence in South Africa. Acta Criminologica, 22(1):46-67.

  • De Wet NC, Jacobs L and Ferreira, A. 2009. A qualitative exploration of Lesotho educators’ disciplinary practices. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 45(1&2):191-211.

  • De Wet NC and Wolhuter, CC. 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.

  • De Wet NC and Jacobs L. 2009. Comparison between boys’ and girls’ experiences of peer sexual harassment. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 45(3):55-75.

  • Ferreira AE, Jacobs L, Coetzee-Manning D and De Wet NC. 2009. Discipline in Lesotho schools: educator strategies. Acta Academica, 41(4):160-196.

  • De Wet NC. 2010. School principals’ experiences and observations of educator-targeted bullying. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap, 46 (1st special edition):187-209.

  • De Wet NC. 2010. School principals’ bullying behaviour. Acta Criminologica, 23(1):96-116.

  • De Wet NC. 2010. Victims of educator-targeted bullying: a qualitative study. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):189-201.

  • De Wet NC. 2010. The reasons for and the impact of principal-on-educator bullying on the victims’ private and professional lives. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(7):1450-1459.

  • Wolhuter C, De Wet C, Higgs P, Higgs L en Ntshoe I. 2010. Die loopbaanbelewenis van akademici aan Suid-Afrikaanse universiteite: CAP-ondersoek. Acta Academica, 42(3):145-168.

  • De Wet NC, Jacobs L and Ferreira, A. 2010. Lesotho teachers’ disciplinary strategies: findings from a sequential mixed method study. Journal of Educational Studies, (2):51-69.

  • Motsamai JJ, Jacobs L and De Wet C. 2011. Policy and practice: Financial management in schools in the Mafeteng District of Lesotho. Journal of Social Sciences, 26(2):105-116.

  • De Wet NC. 2011. The prevention of educator-targeted bullying: the perspectives of school principals. Journal for Christian Scholarship, 47(1):1-21.

  • Jacobs L and De Wet NC. 2011. A comparison between the consequences of peer sexual harassment for boys and girls. Journal of Social Sciences, 28(1): 29-42.

  • De Wet NC. 2011. Educator-on-educator workplace bullying: A phenomenological study. Africa Education Review, 8(3):450-466.

  • De Wet NC. 2011. The professional lives of teacher victims of workplace bullying: a narrative analysis. Perspectives in Education, 99(4):66-77.

  • De Wet NC. 2011. The Krugersdorp samurai sword killing: a media analysis. Acta Academica, 43(3):132-165.

  • Barnes K, Brynard S and De Wet NC. 2012. The influence of school culture and school climate on violence. South African Journal of Education, 23(1):69-82.

  • Barnes K, Brynard S and De Wet, NC. 2012. The school in school violence in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, Journal of Social Sciences, 31(2):209-218.

  • De Wet NC. 2012. Risk factors for educator-targeted bullying: A social-ecological perspective. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 22(2):239-244.

  • De Wet NC. 2012. The South African Human Rights Commission and human rights violations in education: an analysis of media reports. New Generation Sciences, 10(1):15-35.

  • Dube N and De Wet NC. 2012. The role of teachers in bullying in Lesotho: a case study. Child Abuse Research: A South African Journal, 13(2):75-75.

  • De Wet NC. 2013. Rapport se beriggewing oor skoolgeweld 1994–2011: ’n multidimensionele sosiale probleem. LitNet, 10(1):341-379.

  • De Wet C. 2013. Investigating educators’ perspectives and strategies for reducing school bullying. Journal for Christian Scholarship, (1 & 2): 81-109.

  • De Wet C and Jacobs, L. 2013. South African educators’ understanding of bullying. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 32(2):339-344.

  • De Wet C. 2013. Educators’ perspectives on risk factors for learner-on-learner bullying. Koers - Bulletin for Christian Scholarship, 78 (3), 9 pages. doi: 10.4102/koers.v78i3.455

  • Jacobs L and De Wet C. 2013. Evaluation of the Vocational Education Orientation Programme (VEOP) at a University in South Africa. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 14(4):68-89.

  • LeeFon R, Jacobs L, Le Roux A and De Wet C. 2013. Action towards hope: Addressing learner behaviour in a classroom. Koers – Bulletin for Christian Scholarship, 78(3), Art#459. 8 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/koers.v78i3.459

  • Jacobs L, De Wet NC and Ferreira, A. 2013. Strategies used in Lesotho schools to maintain discipline: Results from an exploratory study. Africa Education Review, 10(2):323-346.

  • De Wet Corene and Lynette Jacobs. 2013. South African teachers’ exposure to workplace bullying. The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa, 9(3), Special edition:1446-464.

  • De Wet NC. 2014. Educators’ understanding of workplace bullying. South African Journal of Education, 34(1) Art. # 767, 6 pages. http://sajournalofeducation.co.za

  • De Wet C. 2014. The views of experts on hazing in South African schools: a media analysis. Journal for Christian Scholarship, 50(2):147-172.

  • De Wet C. 2014. Educators as bullies. Child Abuse Research: A South African Journal, 15(2):1-12.

  • De Wet NC. 2014. Risk factors for workplace bullying in schools: A two-dimensional perspective. Acta Criminologia, 27(1):13-29.

  • Matela T, Ferreira AE and De Wet NC. 2014. Educational risk factors for psychological truancy in Lesotho: a qualitative exploration. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 24(5):449-452.

  • Potgieter E, Teise K, Jacobs L en De Wet C. 2014. Ontgroeningspraktyke in uitgesoekte Vrystaatse hoërskole en skoolkoshuise: ’n verkennende studie. LitNet, 11(3):506-543.

  • De Wet C. 2015. The policing of school violence in the Western Cape, South Africa. Child Abuse Research: A South African Journal, 16(1):55-63.

  • Wolhuter CC and De Wet C. 2015. The worldwide expansion of education since the middle of the twentieth century: Reconstruction and assessment. Journal of Social Sciences, 43(2):105-114.

  • Jacobs L and De Wet C. 2015. Workplace bullying in schools: Who are being victimised? Acta Criminlogica, 28(1):50-66.

  • De Wet C. 2015. Volksblad se uitbeelding van skoolgeweld in die Vrystaat [Volksblad’s portrayal of school violence in the Free State]. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 55(3):452-468.

 



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