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The artist as a visionary : a consideration of Jackson Pollock, Joseph Beuys and Jackson Hlungwani as visionary artists.
This study is a consideration of the notion of the artist as a visionary. This perception of the artist is explored in relation to the work and ideas of three twentieth century artists; the American painter Jackson Pollock ...
Transvaluative analysis of Zulu terms that relate to women : a case study of a TV drama series, Kwakhalanyonini, with reference to gender stereotypes.
The aim of this study is to explore the relationship between media, language and gender stereotypes. It assumes that language usage in mass media creates and reproduces gender inequalities. Its main objectives are firstly, ...
Liberalism in South African English literature 1948-1990 : a reassessment of the work of Alan Paton and Athol Fugard.
This thesis examines the concept of liberalism as it informs, and is expressed in, the work of two of the most prominent South African writers during the apartheid era of 1948-1990: Alan Paton and Athol Fugard. The aim ...
An enquiry into pedagogy and syllabus implementation in the Department of English at the University of Durban-Westville.
This investigation was originally conceived of as being part of a larger study which would have been devoted to the investigation of teaching in English departments at tertiary institutions in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal, ...
South African history painting : reinterpretation by women artists.
The title of this thesis 'South African History Painting : Reinterpretation By Women Artists' indicated that the focus was to be on South African history painting. As the research progressed, however, it became apparent ...