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Dear Student
1I acknowledge receipt of your letter and have noted that you intend submitting your research output for examination. Regarding submission dates the following rules apply:


  • 1If submission takes place after 15 June a student will only graduate in April/May of the following year;




  • 1if submission takes place after 30 November graduation will only take place in September of the following year;1




  • 11if submission takes place after the end of February and a student is registered for the previous year, he/she will graduate in September and have to reregister and pay the full tuition fees;




  • if you are not currently a registered student, submission will not be allowed.

11The University Rules stipulate that a thesis may not be submitted for examination purposes without the written consent of the promoter. Your request has been referred to your promoter and you will be informed by writing of the decision in this regard in due course.

11In order to avoid any possible delay in having your thesis examined, you must please, when submitting the thesis, ensure that you comply with all the requirements regarding:


  • 11the thesis and the submission thereof, as indicated in the enclosed extract;

  • 11the exact wording of the approved title;

  • 11the limitation of the summary to 350 or less words, as well as key terms;

  • 1the University Rules that you must still submit your curriculum vitae (of approximately 350 words).

  • 11the submission of a statement, signed by you, indicating that the thesis is your own work.

Yours faithfully


for REGISTRAR

1Title which you are going to submit with

by
Full names and surname


submitted in accordance with the requirements for

the degree of

Doctor of Literature and Philosophy

In the subject




&

at the


University of South Africa

Supervisor: &

C0-supervisor: &

June 2012


1 Student number:

1I declare that *________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________1 is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references.

________________________ _____________________

1SIGNATURE DATE

(Mr)
* 1The exact wording of the title as it appears on the copies of your short dissertation/dissertation of limited scope/dissertation/thesis, submitted for examination purposes, should be indicated in the open space.

U
M(I)

PAO


2001


Abstract no.

D(I)

PAO


2001


Abstract no.
MI


DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

PUBLISH ABSTRACT ONLY AGREEMENT
PERSONAL DATA

1. Last Name First Name Middle Name


________________________ ______________________ ______________________
2. Year of Birth (Optional) 3. Country of Citizenship


Do not write in this space


Vol/Issue


School Code


Abst. Length

_______________________ ____________________________________________


4. Present Mailing Address Street address:
__________________________________________________________________________
City State/Province Postal code Country
___________________ __________________ __________ _________________
Future Mailing Address Street address:
__________________________________________________________________________
City State/Province Postal code Country
___________________ __________________ __________ _________________
Effective date for future mailing address (mm dd yy) _______________________________

E-mail address: ____________________________________________________________


DOCTORAL DEGREE DATA

5. Full name of university conferring degree, and college or division if appropriate


__________________________________________________________________________
6. Abbreviation for degree awarded 7. Year degree awarded
____________________________________________ ______________________
TITLE/SUBJECT AREA

8. Enter the title of dissertation. If dissertation is written in a language other than English, please specify which

language and translate title into English. Language of text: ____________________________________________
Title: _______________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
9. Subject category of dissertation. Please enter four-digit code from “Subject Categories” on following page.
_______________
10. Please append an abstract of no more than 350 words describing the contents of your dissertation. Your completion and submission of this form through your graduate school indicates your assent to UMI publication of your abstract. Formulas, diagrams and other illustrative materials are not recommended for abstracts appearing in Dissertation Abstracts International.

Author Signature: __________________________________________ Date: ______________________



SUBJECT CATEGORIES Dissertation Abstracts International is arranged by subject categories. Please select the one subject which most nearly describes the content of your dissertation.


THE HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

COMMUNICATIONS AND THE ARTS

Architecture 0729

Art History 0377

Cinema 0900 Dance 0378

Design and Decorative Arts 0389

Fine Arts 0357

Information Science 0723

Journalism 0391

Landscape Architecture 0390

Library Science 0399

Mass Communications 0708

Music 0413

Speech Communication 0459

Theatre 0465


EDUCATION

General 0515

Administration 0514

Adult and Continuing 0516

Agricultural 0517

Art 0273


Bilingual and Multicultural 0282

Business 0688

Community College 0275

Curriculum and Instruction 0727

Early Childhood 0518

Educational Psychology 0525

Elementary 0524

Finance 0277

Guidance and Counselling 0519

Health 0680

Higher 0745

History of 0520

Home Economics 0278

Industrial 0521

Language and Literature 0279

Mathematics 0280

Music 0522


Philosophy of 0998

Physical 0523

Reading 0535

Religious 0527

Sciences 0714

Secondary 0533

Social Sciences 0534

Sociology of 0340

Special 0529

Teacher Training 0530

Technology 0710

Tests and Measurements 0288

Vocational 0747

LANGUAGE. LITERATURE.

AND LINGUISTICS

LANGUAGE


General 0679

Ancient 0289

Linguistics 0290

Modern 0291

Rhetoric & Composition 0681

LITERATURE

General 0401

Classical 0294

Comparative 0295

Medieval 0297

Modern 0298

African 0316

American 0591

Asian 0305

Canadian (English) 0352

Canadian (French 0355

Caribbean 0360

English 0593

Germanic 0311

Latin American 0312

Middle Eastern 0315


Romance 0313

Slavic and East European 0314



PHILOSOPHY RELIGION

AND THEOLOGY

Philosophy 0422

RELIGION

General 0318

Biblical Studies 0321

Clergy 0319

History of 0320

Philosophy of 0322

Theology 0469

SOCIAL SCIENCES

American Studies 0323

ANTHROPOLOGY

Archaeology 0324

Cultural 0326

Physical 0327

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

General 0310

Accounting 0272

Banking 0770

Management 0454

Marketing 0338

Canadian Studies 0385

ECONOMICS -

General 0501

Agricultural 0503

Commerce-Business 0505

Finance 0508

History 0509

Labour 0510

Theory 0511

Folklore 0358

Geography 0366

Gerontology 0351




HISTORY

General 0578

Ancient 0579

Medieval 0581

Modern 0582

Black 0328

Church 0330

African 0331

Asia, Australia, and Oceania 0332

Canadian 0334

European 0335

Latin American 0336

Middle Eastern 0333

United States 0337

History of Science 0585

Law 0398


POLITICAL SCIENCE

General 0615

International Law and

Relations 0616

Public Administration 0617

Recreation 0814

Social Work 0452

SOCIOLOGY

General 0626

Criminology and Penology 0627

Demography 0938

Ethnic and Racial Studies 0631

Individual and Family

Studies 0628

Industrial and Labour

Relations 0629

Public and Social Welfare 0630

Social Structure and

Development 0700

Theory and Methods 0344

Transportation 0709

Urban and Regional Planning 0999

Women's Studies 0453


THE SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Agriculture

General 0473

Agronomy 0285

Animal Culture & Nutrition 0475

Animal Pathology 0476

Fisheries and Aquaculture 0792

Food Science and


Technology 0359

Forestry and Wildlife 0478

Plant Culture 0479

Plant Pathology 0460

Range Management 0777

Soil Science 0481

Wood Technology 0746

BIOLOGY


General 0306

Anatomy 0287

Animal Physiology 0433

Biostatistics 0308

Botany 0309

Cell 0379

Ecology 0329

Entomology 0353

Genetics 0369

Limnology 0793

Microbiology 0410

Molecular 0307

Neuroscience 0317

Oceanography 0416,

Plant Physiology 0817

Veterinary Science 0778

Zoology 0472

BIOPHYSICS

General 0786

Medical 0760





EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL

SCIENCES

Biogeochemistry 0425 Environmental Sciences 0768 Geochemistry 0996


Geodesy 0370

Geology 0372 Geophysics 0373

Hydrology 0388

Mineralogy 0411

Paleobotany 0345

Paleoecology 0426

Paleontology 0418 Paleozoology 0985 Palynology 0427 Physical Geography 0368

Physical Oceanography 0415


HEALTH SCIENCES

Health Sciences

General 0566

Audiology 0300

Dentistry 0567

Education 0350

Health Care Management 0769

Human Development 0758

Immunology 0982

Medicine and Surgery 0564

Mental Health 0347

Nursing 0569

Nutrition 0570

Obstetrics & Gynaecology 0380

Occupational Health and

Safety 0354

Oncology 0992

Ophthalmology 0381

Pathology 0571

Pharmacology 0419

Pharmacy 0572

Public Health 0573

Radiology 0574


Recreation 0575

Rehabilitation and Therapy 0382

Speech Pathology 0460

Toxicology 0383

Home Economics 0386
PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Pure Sciences

Chemistry

General 0485

Agricultural 0749

Analytical 0486

Biochemistry 0487

Inorganic 0488

Nuclear 0738

Organic 0490

Pharmaceutical 0491

Physical 0494

Polymer 0495

Radiation 0754

Mathematics 0405

Physics

General 0605



Acoustics 0986

Astronomy and

Astrophysics 0606

Atmospheric Science 0608

Atomic 0748

Condensed Matter 0611

Electricity and Magnetism 0607

Elementary Particles and

High Energy 0798

Fluid and Plasma 0759

Molecular 0609

Nuclear


Optics 0752

Radiation 0756

Statistics 0463

Applied Sciences

Applied Mechanics 0346

Computer Science 0984


Engineering

General 0537

Aerospace 0538

Agricultural 0539

Automotive 0540

Biomedical 0541

Chemical 0542

Civil 0543

Electronics and Electrical 0544

Environmental 0775

Industrial 0546

Marine and Ocean 0547

Materials Science 0794

Mechanical 0548

Metallurgy 0743

Mining 0551

Nuclear 0552

Packaging 0549

Petroleum 0765

Sanitary and Municipal 0554

System Science 0790

Geotechnology 0428

Operations Research 0796

Plastics Technology 0795

Textile Technology 0994
PSYCHOLOGY

General 0621

Behavioural 0384

Clinical 0622

Cognitive 0633

Developmental 0620

Experimental 0623

Industrial 0624

Personality 0625

Physiological 0989

Psychobiology 0349

Psychometrics 0632

Social 0451



UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA
CIRCULAR
KEY TERMS DESCRIBING THE TOPIC OF A DISSERTATION/THESIS
The Executive Committee of Senate decided that in order to assist the Library with retrieval of information, master’s and doctoral students must give approximately ten key terms which describe the topic of the dissertation/thesis at the end of the summary of the dissertation/thesis.
If the dissertation/thesis is not written in English, the key terms in English must be given at the end of the English summary.
The following is an example of key terms used for a thesis:
Title of thesis:
A DIAGNOSTIC MODEL FOR THE PREDICTION OF MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Key terms:
Mathematics achievement; Academic performance; Psychometric measuring instruments; Diagnostic tests; First-year university students; Cognitive factors; Intelligence; Aptitude; Previous performance; Study methods; Attitudes; Interest; Anxiety; Personality; Adjustment

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EXTRACT FROM THE BROCHURE General Information Master’s and Doctor’s degrees REGARDING THE SUBMISSION OF A DISSERTATION/THESIS
For examination purposes, a candidate must submit four copies of the thesis, bound between soft covers with a glued spine or ringbound, to the Registrar (Academic); provided that the University reserves the right to demand that more than three copies be submitted. The title of the thesis and the name of the candidate must appear on the cover as well as on the spine of each examination copy. Candidates are also referred to item 7: Additional copies.
NB: The examination copies must be accompanied by:
(a) the following statement by the candidate:

"I declare that …………………………………………(title of thesis)……………………………………………………………….

is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references". The thesis will not be examined unless this statement has been submitted.
(b) A loose copy of the summary in English, in the following form, for publication by “ProQuest Information and Learning”:

(i) (full approved title of the thesis)

(English translation of the title if the thesis is not written in English)

(ii) by (initials and surname of candidate)

(iii) Degree:

(iv) Subject: …………………………………

((iv) is not applicable in the case of the degrees LLM, MA in Health Studies, MPH, MCompt, MA in Clinical Psychology, MA(SS) (Mental Health), MPA, MA (International Communication), MVA, MMus,
MA - with Specialisation in Organisational Communication Research and Practice; Ancient Languages and Cultures; Sociolinguistics; Applied Linguistics; TESOL, Mlnf, MEd - with specialisation in Guidance and Counselling; Adult Education; Comparative and International Education; Curriculum Studies; Early Childhood Education; Educational Psychology; History of Education; Open and Distance Learning; Philosophy of Education; Socio-education; Inclusive Education; Environmental Education; Natural Science Education; Mathematics Education, DCompt, DPA, DMus, LLD and DBL. In the case of a Master's or a Doctor's degree in Classics (not Latin or Greek) and a Doctor's degree in Health Studies, department must be inserted in the place of subject.)

(v) Supervisor:

(vi) Co-supervisor: (if applicable)

(vii) Summary



(viii) Key terms describing the topic of a dissertation/thesis (±10 key terms).
(c) A copy of the title page of the thesis (required by ProQuest Information and Learning).
(d) A doctoral candidate must also submit his/her curriculum vitae (< 350 words).
If a candidate's thesis is not accepted, one or more examination copies may, at the exclusive discretion of the University, be returned to the candidate after the elapse of one year. These copies remain the property of the University.
7. ADDITIONAL COPIES
(1) After approval of the dissertation, and before conferment of the degree, the candidate must submit the text of the dissertation in electronic format* (it can also emailed to lib-drc@unisa.ac.za then a CD is not needed) and the same text in a further two printed hard cover copies which must comply with the following requirements:
(a) the remaining two copies must be bound between hard covers with a glued spine. The title of the thesis and the name of the candidate must appear on the cover as well as on the spine of each bound copy..
(2) A candidate for the LLD degree whose thesis has been accepted is requested to submit, in addition to the additional number of copies stipulated in (1) above, a further one bound copy which will be forwarded by the office of the Dean to the library of the Appeal Court.
It should be borne in mind that the degree will not be awarded unless the student complies with all the requirements, including the submission of the additional copies, before a date set by the University.


  • *The following electronic formats are acceptable:


Text format: ASCII(txt); MS Word (.doc); Word Perfect (.wpd); Rich Text Format (.rtf); .pdf

Image format: GIF; JPEG, TIFF

8. RE-ADMISSION AFTER FAILURE
Doctor's degrees

No person may present himself/herself for the examination more than once, except with the special permission of Senate.

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