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Towards a procedural revolution.
(Contemporary Cultural Studies Unit, University of Natal., 1986)
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 ...
Cybernetics, semiotics and meaning in the cinema.
(School of Communication. University of Johannesburg., 1985)
This paper builds on Gene Youngblood's use of cybernetic theory in film analysis. It combines the cybernetic method with Peircian-derived semiotics in an attempt to derive a meta-theory of social process and film textual ...
The rise of grassroot communication.
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 ...