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Ethnography of production practices in Kenyan television entertainment programmes: imagining audiences.
How television entertainment programmes producers in Kenya conceptualise audiences is the primary objective of this study. It begins with a brief examination of how the operations of broadcast media institutions in Kenya ...
Processes and participation in HIV and AIDS communication : using bodymapping to explore the experiences of young people.
HIV and AIDS is one of the biggest challenges facing South African young people today (Govender, 2010). Young people are at risk, partly through their own behaviour and partly through the attitudes, expectations and ...
A textual analysis of abstinence, be faithful, condom-use materials for HIV prevention at University Campuses in KwaZulu-Natal, 2006-2009.
Prevention campaigns in print – advocating safer sex behaviour through Abstinence, Be faithful and Condom-use advocacy (ABC) based on various theories and models of behaviour change – inadvertently facilitate constructions ...
Transcending GIPA : towards an Ubuntu framework for mainstreaming participation of South African people living with HIV (PLHIV) in social change communication for HIV prevention.
HIV/AIDS is a significant health, social, political and economic challenge whose devastating impact on development and subsequent threat to the human, national and global security is well documented. Early responses to the ...
Spirituality, well-being, memory and the future, in applied storytelling : a comparison of two “Sites of Conscience Museums”, namely the Museum of Free Derry, Northern Ireland and District Six Museum, South Africa.
Applied storytelling is a form of autoethnographic, verbal, visual or written communication intended for social change that emphasises memory and the future in post-conflict museums such as District Six Museum, Cape Town, ...
A community media narrowcasting in Uganda : an assessment of community audio towers.
This thesis is about Community Audio Towers (CATs). CATs are small media platforms that use horn speakers hoisted on a long dry pole, an amplifier and a microphone to communicate daily village events. This study shows that ...
Communicating AIDS : the coverage of HIV/AIDS discourse in two Ugandan newspapers, 1992-2011.
Abstract available in PDF file.
Cinematic fact and the film services industry: production contexts and contexts of production in Zimbabwe (1980-2016)
The thesis is an exploration of the film services industry in Zimbabwe. It attempts to explore the nature of skills, infrastructure and organisational networks exploited in the production of film and video in Zimbabwe. ...
Biodiversity messaging to generation Y students at the Durban University of Technology, KwaZulu-Natal.
This study deals with the intersection of three global influences that are rapidly changing our world; the first a looming environmental crisis or loss of biodiversity, the second the growing influence of a new generation ...
Mass media, women and public life in Uganda : interrogating representation, interaction and engagement.
This study was motivated by the strides Uganda has made towards the growth of the media and women’s participation in public life. The puzzle is that this increased participation of women in public life is hardly captured ...