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    • Intercultural sensitivity in the integrating suburb of Westville. Durban, South Africa. 

      Peters, Noel, B.; Pertchick, Kevin.; Tomaselli, Keyan G.; Teer-Tomaselli, Ruth Elizabeth. (1997)
      To investigate intercultural sensitivity, the Davis Russell-Peters Intercultural Sensitivity Instrument (1994) was administered to 203 participants situated within residences in the formerly white suburb of Westville ...
    • Popularising semiotics. 

      Tomaselli, Keyan G.; Shepperson, Arnold.; Teer-Tomaselli, Ruth Elizabeth.; Baker, Russell.; Ballot, Jane Jennifer.; Holt, Alexander Robert.; Mahaye, Zithulele.; Nursoo, Lara. (Centre for the Study of Communication and Culture., 1991)
      Semiotics, deconstructionism, structuralism and postmodernism are words which lurk on boundaries of the consciousness of most of us. But they remain shadowy presences except on the rare occasions when we need to wrestle ...
    • The rise of grassroot communication. 

      Tomaselli, Keyan G. (Sonolux., 1989-06)
      The first presentations at the Lusaka Symposium were devoted to South Africa. By challenging apartheid and repression at a local level. grassroot communication is an effective way to oppose Government policy in South ...
    • S. African Politics: mapping the constituency. 

      Louw, Paul Eric.; Tomaselli, Keyan G. (Program on Communication and Development Studies, Northwestern University., 1991)
      Reeling under the sanctions imposed by the community of nations and heightened internal struggles, the South African white government has begun the historic process of dismantling apartheid. The various democratic forces ...
    • Semiotics in an African context : ''science" vs "priest-craft" - "semiology" vs "semiotics". 

      Shepperson, Arnold.; Tomaselli, Keyan G. (IMATRA : International Semiotics Institute., 1993)
      No abstract available.
    • South-North perspectives: contesting cultural and media studies. 

      Tomaselli, Keyan G.; Mboti, Nyasha. (2013)
      This intervention examines conceptual trajectories arising out of a 22 year North-South research collaboration. It traces the genesis of that trajectory of (Southern) African cultural and media studies that emerged from a ...
    • Towards a procedural revolution. 

      Amato, Rob. (Contemporary Cultural Studies Unit, University of Natal., 1986-06-16)
      This is an attempt at a procedural solution to the present political and economic logjam in South Africa. The aim is to find ways to alleviate some of the difficulties faced by the major parties to the conflict and to ...