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Resensie: "Boereoorlogstories 2. 32 verhale oor die oorlog van 1899–1902"
S Harper
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2013,
Abstract: Boereoorlogstories 2. 32 verhale oor die oorlog van 1899–1902. Jeanette Ferreira (samesteller). Kaapstad: Tafelberg, 2012. 260 pp. ISBN: 978-0-624-05433-7.
KINDERS IN MILITêRE VERBAND  [cached]
W. Otto
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2012, DOI: 10.5787/6-1-866
Abstract: 'Many anxious parents feel it is wrong to send boys straight out of school to fight terrorist on the Republic's borders.'Hierdie aanhaling kom uit die Evening Post van 19 November 1975. 'n Briefskrywer in die Beeld van 25 Oesember 1975 is baie skerper en se dat dit 'uiters buffelagtig is om kindel's wat op skoolbanke moet sit na die grens te stuur.' Onder die opskrif 'Grenssoldate is gans te jonk' publiseer Rapport van 28 Oesember 1975 'n brief van 'n bekommerde vader 001' dieselfde onderwerp.
Sonder verhale vaar niemand wel
I.J.J. Spangenberg
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v60i4.628
Abstract: Without stories the lifeboat sinks The article addresses the issue of religious education for small children. These days the South African religious book market is flooded with publications from the USA. Some of these have been translated into Afrikaans. A large number of the publications meant for small children are written from a fundamentalistic viewpoint. In this article it is argued that parents should play a more prominent role in the education of their children. They need to tell their children stories so as to help them to become well-balanced adults. A child who grows up without stories – including religious stories – is all the poorer for it.
A. De Baets, Gebruik en misbruik van de geschiedenis  [cached]
Herman Paul
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2009,
Abstract:
Die ontwikkeling van Pastoraal-narratiewe Mentorskapbeginsels asEffektiewe leerbenadering
M Fourie, J-A van den Berg
Acta Theologica , 2007,
Abstract: This study endeavours to seek answers relating to mentorship as an effective approach to learning, and to the application of mentorship in order to facilitate meaning and purpose. Learning is essential for the effective functioning of an individual. Mentorship is considered to be one of the best methods to facilitate individual learning and development in all spheres of life. Therefore mentorship in teaching and learning establishes an integrated approach to learning. Mentorship supposes a unique, individual multi-dimensional relationship agreed upon by two persons on the same journey, resulting in life-changing insight and mutual learning. In this relationship the narrative approach offers the possibility of using story-telling in creating unique outcomes. In this process it is possible to encounter the God of the Story who ultimately leads to the creation of a new story. The principles of pastoral-narrative mentorship have been developed for pastoral mentorship where two co-journeying persons co-construct a new life story with added purpose and meaning. Acta Theologica Vol. 2 2007: pp. 92-104
Troos as unieke uitkoms in ‘n pastoraal-narratiewe benadering tot rousmart
AR Brunsdon
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009,
Abstract: Consolation as a unique outcome within a pastoral-narrative approach to grief The pastoral counselling of those who grieve poses new challenges to pastoral care. Because of the shift away from a modernist paradigm, the grief process is now seen as an open-ended process, rather than a closed process that focuses on the mastering of the so-called tasks of mourning, and the avoidance of grief pathology. Recent grief theory suggests that the grief process cannot reach a point of closure. Grief counselling should therefore rather embark on a process of generating new meaning to the problem-saturated discourses surrounding death and loss. Narrative therapy is suggested as a means of grief counselling, as it makes use of the story analogy, which supports the notion of an open end to the grief process. In this study, the narrative is explored within the framework of Practical Theology. Both the master story of God and the grief-saturated stories of people are combined in a pastoral approach that envisages consolation as the unique outcome of the therapeutic process. Consolation is regarded as one of the secondary narratives in the greater narrative of God, as well as in the reformed theological vocabulary. It is suggested that a pastoralnarrative approach to grief will generate the consolation needed by the grief-stricken on their lifelong journey of coming to terms with their loss.
Die potensi le waarde van gesinsrituele vir betekenisgewing deur kinders  [cached]
R. Ferreira,C.S. du Preez,E. Archer
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2008, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v73i2.161
Abstract: The potential value of family rituals in children’s processes of meaning making This article reports on the findings of a qualitative study that explored family rituals as potential asset in children’s processes of giving meaning. As such, the purpose of the study was firstly to identify the dimensions of family rituals in one family that participated; and secondly, to explore potential ways in which the participation in family rituals could influence children’s processes of meaning making. The study was embedded in the interpretivist paradigm, rested on an instrumental case study design, and deployed educational psychological assessment, informal conversations, semi-structured interviews, reflective journals, visual data, observation and field notes as data collection and documentation methods. Two Afrikaans-speaking primary school children (a brother and sister) and their parents were purposefully selected as participants. During the study, the five basic dimensions of family rituals (structure, meaning, persistence and commitment, adaptability and gender relations) could be identified in the rituals practised by the participating family. In addition, six other dimensions were prominent, namely task completion, communication, roles, affective management, affective involvement and behaviour management. Based on the positive effect of family rituals on the meanings given by the participating children it is concluded that family rituals may serve as an asset within the family context and as such be employed during family intervention initiatives.
P.-E. Staal, Automobilisme in Nederland. Een geschiedenis van gebruik, misbruik en nut  [cached]
D. van Lente
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2004,
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Die ondersteuning van okkulte-gerehabiliteerdes: \'n pastoraal-teologiese model vir die toerusting van fasiliteerders
B M de Beer, J A van den Berg
Acta Theologica , 2007,
Abstract: The involvement of the occult-possessed in paganism and Satanism, in particular, seems to be extremely destructive. This destructiveness permeates every aspect of the possessed person\'s life. After evangelisation, deliverance, and the start of therapy for underlying psychological problems, the occult-possessed person\'s status changes to that of an occult-rehabilitee. The occult-rehabilitee\'s social interaction and relationships must be rebuilt and restored. This orientation and reinstatement in the community is an extremely complex and time-consuming activity. Specialised persons such as physicians, therapists and others are involved in the psychological and physical treatment aspects of the occult-rehabilitee. However, these specialists cannot assist the occultrehabilitee during the entire programme of orientation and reinstatement on account of their workload. A facilitator. i.e. an informal helper, is therefore the ideal person to assist the occult-rehabilitee. Due to the complex nature of this task, a facilitator therefore requires specific equipment and training. When assisting the occult-possessed and the occult-rehabilitee, a facilitator is exposed to a person who has been directly involved with the occult. The study is based on a pastoral-theological epistemology. An eclectic model is also preferred when handling the occult-possessed and in the subsequent facilitating process. Acta Theologica Vol. 2 2007: pp. 23-44
’n Pastoraal-narratiewe metode om lewenshanteringsvaardighede by kankerpasi nte te identifiseer  [cached]
J. Steyn,J. -A. van den Berg
In die Skriflig , 2005, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v39i4.412
Abstract: Identifying life-coping skills for cancer patients by means of a pastoral narrative method A cluster of life-coping skills are explained in the context of case studies involving cancer patients. Patients’ alternative life stories may be compared to fresh springs of water, gushing forth to yield new purposeful lives. The arguments in this article are intended to direct pastoral therapists and caregivers towards meaningful interaction with cancer patients, assisting the latter to accept the diagnosis on the basis of understanding and knowledge of what has happened to them. Knowledge implies externalisation, the use of metaphors, acceptance and hope. The coping mechanism of meaningful relationships may link past and present relationships so that the patient’s support base and ability to cope and grow may be strengthened. A deepening of faith and a service orientation may function as coping skills as the cancer patient attempts to satisfy the need to feel cared for by means of caring for others. New hobbies may emerge and the patient may, especially in groups, learn to redirect creative energy. A renewed worth in Christ deepens the coping base by way of a link with the great narrative of the Scriptures.
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