Tino Kreutzer

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Complete results, survey topline, questionnaire and dataset are available on tinokreutzer.org/mobile ABSTRACT Mobile phones introduce a range of new possibilities for the use and production of media, as well as for personal networking and communication, political activism, and economic development. For this study, 441 grade 11 students at nine schools in(More)
Mobile phones have long surpassed traditional landlines as the most common voice communication technology – particularly due to the marked growth in new mobile phone users in most so-called developing countries (Feldmann, 2003). In South Africa, a country still trying to escape its legacy of dramatic racial inequalities, mobiles have enjoyed spectacular(More)
2 strategies were used to investigate the continued impact of early experience and adaptation given subsequent experience and/or developmental change in a poverty sample (N = 190). Groups were defined whose adaptation was similar during the preschool years but consistently different earlier; then these 2 groups were compared in elementary school. In(More)
BACKGROUND In the face of staggering global unmet need for surgical care, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) play a substantial part in the surgical workforce, providing surgical care for those who are without it. The number of NGOs providing surgical care in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) is unknown. This information is needed to(More)
Charitable organizations may play a significant role in the delivery of surgical care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). However, in order to quantify their collective contribution, to account for the care they provide in national surgical plans, and to maximize coordination between organizations, a comprehensive database of these groups is(More)
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