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Die FAK-fenomeen: Populêre Afrikaanse musiek en volksliedjies
Martjie Bosman
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2004,
Abstract: The FAK phenomenon: Popular Afrikaans music and folk songs [Afrikaans] Afrikaans popular music of a variety of genres and subgenres is currently flourishing. A very productive phenomenon is the re-interpretation of older songs, in particular folk songs. This article gives a short historical overview of the collection and publication of Afrikaans folk songs, followed by a brief description of various ways in which folk songs have previously been utilised. The collection of Afrikaans folk songs known as the FAK (Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Organisations) songbook earned itself an important position in Afrikaans cultural circles, but it was also stigmatised. Since the end of the 1990s, Afrikaans popular songwriters and singers showed a renewed interest in so-called FAK songs and a number of musical arrangements and re-writings of folk song lyrics have been recorded. A number of lyrics that either contain references to folk songs or are re-writings of folk songs, are discussed. Tension between the old, well-known words of the folk songs and the new songs often develops, while the intertextual references to older songs are used to comment on current situations. The importance of popular music in minor cultures is briefly discussed. KeyWords: Afrikaans popular music, FAK (Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Organisations), Afrikaans folk music Die FAK-fenomeen: Populêre Afrikaanse musiek en volksliedjies Afrikaanse populêre musiek bestaande uit ‘n verskeidenheid genres en subgenres beleef tans ‘n opbloei. ‘n Uiters vrugbare verskynsel is die herinterpretasie van ouer liedere, in besonder volkliedjies. Hierdie artikel bied ‘n kort historiese oorsig van die versameling en publikasie van Afrikaanse volksliedjies, gevolg deur ‘n kort beskrywing van die verskillende wyses waarop volksliedjies voorheen gebruik was. Die FAK-sangbundel beklee ‘n belangrike plek in Afrikaanse kulturele kringe, maar dit is ook gestigmatiseerd. Sedert die einde van die 1990s het gewilde Afrikaanse liedjieskrywers en sangers ‘n hernude belangstelling in die sogenaamde FAK-liedjies en ‘n aantal musikale opnames en herskrywings is opgeneem. ‘n Aantal van die lirieke wat verwysings na volksliedjies bevat of herskrywings van volksliedjies is, word bespreek. Spanning ontstaan dikwels tussen die oue, welbekende woorde van die volksliedjies en die nuwe liedjies, terwyl die intertekstuele verwysings na ouer liedjies gebruik word om kommentaar op die huidige omstandighede te lewer. Trefwoorde: Afrikaanse populêre musiek, FAK (Federasie van Afrikaanse Kultuurorganisasies), Afrikaans volksmusiek. Tydskrif vir letterkunde Vol. 41(2) 2004: 21-46
Mentor as maestro – van mineur na majeur: Die rol van oordrag tussen mentor en mentee  [cached]
Johan Nel
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v67i3.1125
Abstract: Mentor as maestro – from minor to major: The role of transfer between mentor and mentee This article takes a glance at the role played by a mentor. The emphasis is on the authentic mentoring process. The metaphor of music is used to illustrate the different keys in which people experience life at large. The hypothesis poses that the transgression takes place during the interaction between the mentor and mentee. As in music, lives can be modulated into another, major key, which may lead to a life of abundance. How to cite this article: Nel, J., 2011, ‘Mentor as maestro – van mineur na majeur: Die rol van oordrag tussen mentor en mentee’, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 67(3), Art. #1125, 8 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v67i3.1125
Ouers se rol in die oordrag van etiese en morele waardes
T. Larney,G.A. Lotter
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2005, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v70i4.287
Abstract: Parental role in the transmission of ethical and moral values The primary focus of this article is to describe the characteristics and nature of the process of transmitting moral and ethical values from parents to children. The transmission of values within the framework of parents and family implies a horizontal as well as a vertical dimension. The role of parents and family can, however, not be evaluated in isolation. On a horizontal level the influence of philosophical trends and traditions, psychological theories, time-determined attitudes and social conditions are thus scrutinised in order to understand reality and different perspectives on man’s position in this world. In particular structuralistic and psychoanalytic views, as well as social determinants in the transmission of values, are discussed. Parents’ task as educators is also seen from the specific perspective of parental role in the process of instruction, parents’ modelling function and the influence of world view and attitude in transmitting moral and ethical values. In conclusion the vertical dimension of value transmission is also indicated: the influence of and the way in which children internalise religious values and a sense of religiosity is thus established.
Die relasie tussen grondbesit en die sosiale struktuur van Palestina in die Herodiaanse tyd  [cached]
G.J. Volschenk
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v59i2.654
Abstract: The relationship between land tenancy and social struc-ture of Palestine in the Herodian era The article describes the relationship between land tenancy and social structure of Palestine. Secondly it describes the conflicting percep-tions of land tenancy within the social structure of Palestine. The conflicting perceptions of land tenancy led to conflict between the elite and the peasants. This conflict was intensified by the hierarchical social structure of Palestine. The article concludes that the use of the social scientific model of the social structure of Palestine prevents anachronism and reductionism in the interpretation of biblical evidence regarding land tenancy.
Geloof, etnisiteit en kontekstualiteit: ’n Ondersoek na hulle relasie en relevansie vir kerk- en Christenwees
J.H. van Wyk
In die Skriflig , 2001, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v35i3.563
Abstract: Faith, ethnicity and contextuality. An investigation of their relation and relevance for the church and for being Christian In this article the author investigates the relationship between faith, ethnicity and contextuality. In the line of argumentation the viewpoints of Judaism, Donatism and Apartism are highlighted to illucidate the central issue. In conclusion the writer attempts to expose the role and meaning that ecclesiology fulfils in this regard.
Oordrag van eiendomsreg in die vulgêre reg in die wes-romeinse ryk
PJW Schutte
Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad , 2000,
Abstract: It is generally accepted that an abstract system is applied in South Africa with regard to the transfer of ownership. It is a characteristic of the abstract system that the different legal acts which form part of the process, namely the obligatory agreement, delivery of the thing concerned or registration, and the real agreement are separated from each other and that each has its own requirements. However, there is no certainty about the question as to whether or not this distinction stems from Roman law. The purpose of this article is to ascertain whether the distinction between the different legal acts existed in the vulgar law. It appears that the legal position in the vulgar law differs from South African law in that no distinction between the obligatory agreement and delivery of the thing existed. The conclusion of the sale, payment of the purchase price and the delivery of the merx took place simultaneously. It was considered to be one single act which also transferred ownership from one person to another. It furthermore appears that the intention of the parties to transfer ownership played a very important role. Yet, it was only the intention that existed at the time when the obligatory agreement was entered into, that mattered. Ownership did not pass by virtue of a separate meeting of the minds which could be abstracted from the obligatory agreement. Although certain formal requirements, the purpose of which were to enable the state to collect taxes, had been introduced in the vulgar law, writing and registration had not been regarded as formal requirements for the transfer of ownership in immovable property. Yet, the practice had been to draw written documents relating to the contract of sale, and to register them in municipal registers. This form of registration, however, is not tantamount to registration in the Deeds Registry. The conclusion is that an independent real agreement, which could be abstracted from the obligatory agreement was unknown to the vulgar law. There was no clear-cut distinction between the different legal acts such as that existing in South African law at present.
Oordrag van eiendomsreg en die vulgêre reg in die Wes-Romeinse ryk
PJW Schutte
Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad , 2000,
Abstract: It is generally accepted that an abstract system is applied in South Africa with regard to the transfer of ownership. It is a characteristic of the abstract system that the different legal acts which form part of the process, namely the obligatory agreement, delivery of the thing concerned or registration, and the real agreement are separated from each other and that each has its own requirements. However, there is no certainty about the question as to whether or not this distinction stems from Roman law. The purpose of this article is to ascertain whether the distinction between the different legal acts existed in the vulgar law.It appears that the legal position in the vulgar law differs from South African law in that no distinction between the obligatory agreement and delivery of the thing existed. The conclusion of the sale, payment of the purchase price and the delivery of the merx took place simultaneously. It was considered to be one single act which also transferred ownership from one person to another. It furthermore appears that the intention of the parties to transfer ownership played a very important role. Yet, it was only the intention that existed at the time when the obligatory agreement was entered into, that mattered. Ownership did not pass by virtue of a separate meeting of the minds which could be abstracted from the obligatory agreement.Although certain formal requirements, the purpose of which were to enable the state to collect taxes, had been introduced in the vulgar law, writing and registration had not been regarded as formal requirements for the transfer of ownership in immovable property. Yet, the practice had been to draw written documents relating to the contract of sale, and to register them in municipal registers. This form of registration, however, is not tantamount to registration in the Deeds Registry.The conclusion is that an independent real agreement, which could be abstracted from the obligatory agreement was unknown to the vulgar law. There was no clear-cut distinction between the different legal acts such as that existing in South African law at present.
Die self-sny fenomeen onder jongmense: Perspektiewe vanuit die Praktiese Teologie
W Coetzer
Acta Theologica , 2011,
Abstract: Statistics around the phenomenon of self-injurious behaviour show a rise in numbers. Self-injury has been described as the anorexia and bulimia of the new millennium. The church must be equipped to guide and counsel young people affected by this problem. It is not a ‘teenage problem’ that people simply ‘outgrow’. We can therefore no longer pretend that this is a fringe issue that occurs in only the most extreme cases. This article, in the first instance, focuses on reasons for the increase in cases as well as on a number of misconceptions regarding this theme. Secondly, the focus shifts to the important role of emotions, the dynamics of the process, as well as a treatment programme. In conclusion, a number of pastoral perspectives are highlighted and guidelines provided to prevent possible slips and setbacks. Article text in Afrikaans
Die transgressiewe karnavaleske: ’n Fenomeen in die kabarettekste uit ’n Gelyke kans van Jeanne Goosen
H Loubser
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2010,
Abstract: The transgressive carnavalesque: a phenomenon in the cabaret texts from ’n Gelyke kans of Jeanne Goosen This article examines the phenomenon of the transgressive carnivalesque, a notion of Mikhail Bakhtin of breaking through social conventions and barriers, as it manifests in the cabaret texts in ’n Gelyke kans (“An even chance”) by Jeanne Goosen. The carnival on the town square represents a world of feasts, comedy, dance, costumes, masks, giants, monsters and trained animals. It includes comic verbal compositions like parody and vulgar burlesque. These texts can be recognised as subversive of the symbolic order and the Bakhtinian moments are clearly identifiable in each text. The research of Bakhtin, as a broad development of the carnivalesque into a powerful, critical subversion of all official words and hierarchies with far reaching consequences, are here applicable. Without being judgmental, Goosen sympathetically exposes man’s inborn, continuous search for the illusion of perfect happiness.
De dienstplicht op de markt gebracht. Het fenomeen dienstvervanging in de negentiende eeuw  [cached]
E.W.R. van Roon
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1994,
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