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Ucwaningo ngokusoka nokuqeqesha abasokile esizweni samaZulu

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dc.contributor.advisor Khumalo, Z.L.M
dc.contributor.advisor Nzuza, N.M.A.R
dc.contributor.author Mazibuko, Hopewell Ralton Thamsanqa
dc.date.accessioned 2017-06-29T12:00:09Z
dc.date.available 2017-06-29T12:00:09Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10530/1552
dc.description A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts in fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of African Languages at the University Of Zululand, South Africa, 2017 en_US
dc.description.abstract This research looks into details different ways of circumcision and the teachings of different Zulu communities and their role in fighting the spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. It also looks at the role of the society and royal house in the fight against STDs. This research also investigates the advantages and disadvantages of cultural circumcision and medical circumcision so that there would be necessary recommendations that will make men to be willing to circumcise. It looks at good cultures that can be followed to decrease STDs and also the procedures that are followed if a man wants to get married. It looks into details the channels to be followed to prevent teenage pregnancy and prevent STDs. It also investigates the present dangers in people who are homosexual. The research looks closely the reasons that lead people to homosexuality. The study will listen to the views of different societies in regards to STD’s especially AIDS. This research has seven chapters: Chapter one: It is the introduction where the drive of the research is looked, the purpose of the study, methods of research, scope of the study, different critics, beneficiaries of the study and organization of study. Chapter two: Looks at the history of men circumcision, the circumcision and its role in reducing STD’s and the symptoms of the STD’s in a person. Chapter three: Looks at advantages and disadvantages of cultural circumcision and medical circumcision during circumcision and after circumcision. While that is looked after there is going to be the testing of the good that can be done to save the Zulu Nation, and the bad will also be looked at so that the recommendations will be made. Chapter four: Looks at the training of the circumcised men and their behaviour, structures that are supposed to train circumcised men about how to handle themselves. Structures like parents, education, health, traditional leaders and religion. Chapter five: Looks at the results of good behaviour of circumcised men, those who are going to benefit by good behaviour during the first periods of a girl, coming of age, virginity testing to male and female, reed dance, and channels to be followed by men until they get married. Chapter six: It analyses in details the information that has been taken from different structures of communities. Questions concerning circumcising and non-circumcising, age, married and single, ethnical groups, society belief, employment and unemployment, educated and not educated, patients availability and nationality. The second list of question is about believing in removing certain body parts, information about the culture of circumcision and ways of circumcising. It analyses what can be done to reduce the rate of sex in youth. Chapter seven: It is the analysis of research where recommendations are made and concluded. en_US
dc.publisher University of Zululand en_US
dc.subject circumcision --preventative methods --sexually transmitted diseases en_US
dc.title Ucwaningo ngokusoka nokuqeqesha abasokile esizweni samaZulu en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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