Issie Jacobs

Issie Jacobs
North-West University | NWU · Social Work Group (School of Psychosocial Behavioural Sciences)

Doctor of Social Work

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Introduction
Issie Jacobs currently works as a senior lecturer at the Centre for Child, Youth and Family studies (School of Psychosocial Behavioural Sciences), North West University South Africa. Issie does research in relational wellbeing within families (Parent-adolescent relationship; Intergenerational relationships; Parenting). Most recent publication is FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE NEGATION OF THERAPEUTIC SERVICES BY EMERGING ADULTS AT A SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITY

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The aim of the study was to explore and describe the influence of participating in a prosocial community action on privileged adolescents’ sense of awareness. A qualitative descriptive design was incorporated to purposively select 10 female and 6 male racially diverse privileged adolescents between 17 and 18 years who participated in a voluntary ho...
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Internationally, social work has been delayed in engaging with ecological social work. The delay is reflected in South Africa, which is predicted to be a hot spot where the impacts of climate change and environmental degradation are already being experienced. The effects of climate change and environmental degradation are social and environmental j...
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Most children born with perinatally acquired human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are now maturing into adolescence. From an ecological systems perspective, this qualitative study aimed to explore and describe the perceptions of adolescents who were perinatally infected with HIV (ApHIV) regarding the self-disclosure of their status. Semi-structured i...
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Most children born with perinatally acquired human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are now maturing into adolescence. From an ecological systems perspective, this qualitative study aimed to explore and describe the perceptions of adolescents who were perinatally infected with HIV (ApHIV) regarding the self-disclosure of their status. Semi-structured i...

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