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e-Book The State of the Population in the Western Cape Province download

e-Book The State of the Population in the Western Cape Province download

by Ravayi Marindo,Cornie Groenewald,Sam Gaisie

ISBN: 0796922268
ISBN13: 978-0796922267
Language: English
Publisher: Human Sciences Research Council (April 1, 2009)
Pages: 340
Category: Social Sciences
Subategory: Sociology

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The analysis focuses on the levels and determinants of population vulnerability such as mortality, child maltreatment, levels of ageing, HIV/AIDS, noncitizen populations, and risk factors in education, thereby drawing attention to the implications for policy.

Western Cape: An overview Cornie Groenewald. Professor Sam Gaisie is a Professor of Demography at the Regional Institute of Population Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra. 3. Under five mortality in the Western Cape province Nancy Stiegler. 4. Adult mortality in the Western Cape: An example from Cape Town metro Nesbert Zinyakatira. 5. Levels, trends and determinants of child maltreatment in the Western Cape province Andrew Dawes and Catherine L. Ward. 6. Population ageing in the Western Cape province Brbel Haldenwang.

Embracing a multisectoral approach, this study seeks to understand the issues that impact the population of South Africa’s Western Cape.

Cornie Groenewald, Ravayi Marindo, and Sam Gaisie. Embracing a multisectoral approach, this study seeks to understand the issues that impact the population of South Africa’s Western Cape

Cornie Groenewald, Ravayi Marindo, and Sam Gaisie. Embracing a multisectoral approach, this study seeks to understand the issues that impact the population of South Africa’s Western Cape.

Gaisie, Sam, Marindo, Ravayi, Groenewald, Cornie.

The analysis focuses on the levels and determinants of population vulnerability such as mortality, child maltreatment, levels of ageing, HIV/AIDS, noncitizen populations, and risk factors in education, thereby drawing attention to the implications for policy. Gaisie, Sam, Marindo, Ravayi, Groenewald, Cornie.

The Western Cape (Afrikaans: Wes-Kaap; Xhosa: iNtshona-Koloni) is a province of South Africa, situated on the south-western coast of the country. It is the fourth largest of the nine provinces with an area of 129,449 square kilometres (49,981 sq mi), and the third most populous, with an estimated . million inhabitants in 2018.

The largest town in the province is Tabubil. Other major settlements are Kiunga, Ningerum, Olsobip and Balimo. The provincial government has, as with the governments of North Solomons, Chimbu and Northern provinces, sought to change the name of the province.

Marindo, . Groenewald, C. and Gaisie, S. (ed. 2008. The state of the population in the Western Cape. Migration Study in the Western Cape Report for the Provincial Government of the Western Cape: Cape Town. Cape Town: HSRC Press. Coloured migration in the Cape region at the beginning of the 21 st century Acta Academica Supplementum 1: Spatialities of South African urban change: perspectives on post-apartheid urban problems and challenges at the beginning of the twentyfirst century. Migration Study in the Western Cape.

The Western Cape Provincial Parliament is responsible for creating laws .

The Western Cape Provincial Parliament is responsible for creating laws within its responsibilities as set out by the South African Constitution. The 2011 Census recorded the population of the Western Cape as 5,822,734 people living in 1,634,000 households. 8, 63 As the province covers an area of 129,462 square kilometres (49,986 sq mi),:9 the population density was 4. inhabitants per square kilometre (117 /sq mi) and the household. The Western Cape province has the most highly educated residents with a very skilled workforce in comparison to any other African region. The high school graduation rate is consistently around 80%, higher than any other province.

Using mental models interviews in the Western Cape province (N 90), I first reconceptualise farmers’ risk-based decision-making processes, drawing on theories of risk perception and framing from cognitive psychology and behavioural economics to interpret the empirical evidence. Second, I explain the variation in farmers’ adoption of climate-resilient CA practices based on the different cognitive frames (expressed as linguistic frames) that they use to perceive, interpret and respond to weather risks.

Embracing a multisectoral approach, this study seeks to understand the issues that impact the population of South Africa’s Western Cape. Emphasizing the Cape’s goal of a sustainable “home for all,” this overview highlights the salient demographic features and reviews the policy frameworks that have influenced population and planning, setting the context for a detailed examination of current data. The analysis focuses on the levels and determinants of population vulnerability such as mortality, child maltreatment, levels of ageing, HIV/AIDS, noncitizen populations, and risk factors in education, thereby drawing attention to the implications for policy. Penned by researchers and academics with local and international experience in fields ranging from sociology, public health, and medical demography to urban planning, education, and psychology, this volume will be invaluable to policymakers, planners, and students.
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