HSRC


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HSRC

abbreviation for
(Sociology) Human Sciences Research Council
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Participation of university-based academics in the activities of the HSRC had achieved the purpose of co-option; they largely legitimated its illegitimate existence (Cloete and Muller 1991).
The latter, as per HSRC policy, will be curated in due course and made available to the broader scientific community.
We are confident that under the scientific leadership of the HSRC s research team headed by Prof Nancy Phaswana-Mafuya, Mr Martin Weihs and Dr Dimitri and the HSRC CEO, Prof Crain Soudien giving the much needed guidance and oversight will enhance the study outcomes.
According to the HSRC the national study will focus on a diverse sample of companies in both private and public sector, drawn from different sectors of the economy.
Responding to Dorrington on behalf of the HSRC, Thomas Rehle and Olive Shisana (5) assert that the survey findings are superior to modelling approaches, also quoting a great statistician: 'Essentially all models are wrong, but some are useful'.
Comparing neutron activation to other available screening technologies in areas such as throughput, penetration, material identification, error rate, and automatic detection has led HSRC to conclude that though far from perfect, this solution, in conjunction with other technologies, appears to be the one capable of delivering the most reasonable screening performance against multiple threats.
Committee Chairperson Ms Yvonne Phosa commended the HSRC for timeously responding to the request for the research.
Public Safety Canada, XTAR, Delegation of the European Union to Turkey, Seven Technologies Group, Vision-Box, Saab, Leonardo, George C Marshall Center for European Security Studies, HSRC and more.
3) in the 2012 HSRC report; [2] selection model HIV prevalence in females aged 15-49 years was estimated as 23.
We would also like to thank the AIDC EC, the GIZ GmbH and the HSRC for supporting the research.
Nelson Mandela/ HSRC study of HIV/AIDS: South African national HIV prevalence, behavioural risks and mass media household survey, 2002.