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Purchasing a personality : a case study of cellular phone consumption by South African students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
This dissertation examines youth consumer culture in South Africa through a case study of cellular phone consumption. The hypothesis is that it is possible to draw some conclusions about identity formation, particularly ...
Close encounters with the first kind : what does development mean in the context of two Bushman communities in Ngwatle and the Northern Cape?
The aim of this research is to investigate the interaction between the ‘beneficiaries’ of development - the Ngwatle Bushmen in southern Botswana and the Khomani Bushmen in the Northern Cape of South Africa, and the agents ...
Reviving 'white elephants' : a culture-centred approach to the African Ivory Route Tourism Patnership.
This study explores the relationship between the government, private sector and local communities (public-private-community), through tourism and a culture-centered approach to communication for social change. Its focus ...
Ripples of empowerment? : exploring the role of participatory development communication in the Biesje Poort Rock Art recording project.
This research focuses on a rock art recording process as a possible social development project from a Communication for Participatory Development perspective. The study is part of and builds on the wider National Heritage ...
The insights of outsiders : investigating learner perceptions of the mass treatment campaign's communication strategy for Schistosomiasis prevention in Ugu District, South Africa.
Schistosomiaisis, commonly referred to as bilharzia is a neglected tropical parasitic water borne disease prevalent in developing countries and is endemic in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The World Health Organisation ...