THE DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT OF DEATH AMONG BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN LEARNERS FROM THE EASTERN CAPE , SOUTH AFRICA

@inproceedings{GESONDHElD2008THEDI,
  title={THE DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT OF DEATH AMONG BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN LEARNERS FROM THE EASTERN CAPE , SOUTH AFRICA},
  author={SA GESONDHElD},
  year={2008}
}
  • SA GESONDHElD
  • Published 2008
Thirty-one learners aged 6-16 were selected using purposive sampling, with the aim of investigating their understanding of death. Data were collected using drawings andsemi-structured tape-recorded interviews from a modified version of the Smilansky Death Questionnaire. Drawings were analysedfollowing Marton'sphenomenographicmethod. Interview transcripts were analysed using pattern coding. Specific responses regarding the components of death were analysed using Smilansky's scoring method. Nine… CONTINUE READING