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Globalized girlhood : the teachings of femininity in Cosmopolitan and True Love :a case study.
This thesis provides a comparative case study of two South African women's magazines, Cosmopolitan and True Love. The comparison is based on the fact that Cosmopolitan is an international magazine brand which is largely ...
Radio crosses divides through sport : the role of radio in a post-apartheid South Africa, 1994-2002 : a case study on Ukhozi FM and Umhlobo Wenene FM.
This study will examine the role sport plays in a new democratic South Africa between the periods 1994-2002. Its objective is to look at how sport can be used, through the medium of radio, as a unifying activity in the ...
Centring development : education centres supporting rural development in KwaZulu-Natal.
Since the 1950s, various paradigms of development have aimed to achieve improvement in the living conditions in the developing world (Africa, Asia and Latin America). Today the effects of globalisation have increased the ...
The political economy of broadcasting and telecommunications reform in Namibia, 1990-2005.
The thesis begins with a literature review on the political economy of communication, paying particular attention to the impact of globalisation on the communications sector. It highlights conflictual relationships between ...
The bold and the beautiful.
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A political economy of mobile telecommunications in South Africa.
The thesis is in part a political economy of telecommunications in South Africa, in part a discourse analysis of the field. While the thesis investigates issues around ownership, control and regulation of the big telecoms ...
Television advertising as a means of promoting an intercultural and interracial South Africa and nation building. A case study of the International Marketing Council's 'alive with possibility' campaign.
The study is concerned with how television advertising content in South Africa promotes diversity and nation building. It looks at whether advertising representations reflect the idea of a new South Africa. The basis of ...
The re-presentation of an Indian identity by South African print media : a case study of The Leader 1 April - 25 April 1994.
In the Kwa-Zulu Natal context, a lot of attention has been paid to the construction of Zulu ethnicity in the potential and discursive spheres. Less attention has been paid however to the construction of Indian ethnicity ...
The construction and negotiation of the notion of the identity in a print sector of the media : a case study of the Sunday Tribune Herald.
In post apartheid South Africa, the country's citizens have undergone much change in terms of their identity. No longer are people bound by the disenfranchisement and the constraints that the erstwhile apartheid regime ...
Gender dynamics and the role of participatory/development theatre in a post-apartheid South Africa: the example of DramAidE.
Participatory education (Friere 1972) and by extension participatory drama/theatre (Boal 1979, Mda 1993) has been regarded as particularly appropriate for oppressed communities, since participatory theatre for development ...