Society of African Journal Editors

South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research

South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research

Considering the Marginalisation of Majority Groups: Injecting Subaltern Studies Insights into Normative Media Theory

A paradigm in process: What the scapegoating of Vusi Mona signalled about South African journalism

Bureau for Information: the setting and guidelines for basic communication planning and evaluation

“The Silenced Generation”: The Communication Experiences of HIV-Positive Adolescents in Kenya

What if morality should turn out to be the danger of dangers?1 Global ethics terrorism and the growth of ignorance

Strukturele denke: Lacan, Foucault en Derrida

A Multimodal Semiotic Analysis of Social Factors in Tuberculosis Campaigns in South Africa, the United Kingdom and India

Habeas corpus: Bodies of evidence and performed litigiousness – the spectacle of Michael Jackson's trial

The functions of pornography in society; a surwey of some alternatiwe intellectual wiews

Corporate Communication—Adversarial, Transmission, Dialogical

‘Local is lekker’: Nation, narration and the sABC's Afrikaans programmes

Die stand van navorsing in meclia-etiek: fn woorloplge besinning

Readers’ and Photojournalists’ Perceptions of Print Media Road Carnage Images in The Herald

Centring development: Education centres supporting rural development

The Israeli experience of crosscultural misunderstanding: insights and lessons

Navigating between Protest Theatre and Journalism in Post-2000 Zimbabwe: A Study of All Systems Out of Order

South African election posters: Reflecting the maturing of a democracy?

Will we get McLuhan to the church on time? The “religious” dimensions of television

Negativity and Political Debates: The 2014 National and Provincial Elections in South Africa

The numbers game: A case study of mathematical literacy at a South African newspaper1

Die mikrorekenaar in opleiding: 'n kritiese evaluering

Criminalising Academia: The Protection of State Information Bill and Academic Freedom

Presentation of the virtual Beyond-self on cyber stage: Real, constructed, staged and/or masked?

Die prikkelpopstereotipe in tydskrifadvertensies: 'n empiriese ondersoek onder tienderjariges

Principles of Participatory Communication Reconceptualised for Instructional Corporate Social Responsibility Communication

Financial communication to retirement fund members: a survey among trustees and member stakeholders

Press-party parallelism: The Star's editorial position on the 1922 Miner's Strike

Have They got News for Us? The Decline of Investigative Reporting in Zimbabwe’s Print Media

Business’ societal involvement: towards a moral view

Empirical or critical Communication research?

Do National and International Media Cover the Same Event Differently? The Online Media Framing of Irreecha Festival Tragedy

The portrayal of Africans in agricultural films of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe): 1940s to 1950s

Die legitimiteit en bruikbaarheid van die elektroniese massamedia in diens van die Woord

Participatory Communication, Theatre and Peace: Performance as a Tool for Change at the End of Conflict

‘Transformation Lite’? Mediated Anthologising of South African Women's Life Writing

Propaganda versus freedom and equality in a democracy: implications and prospects for man in communication

Gender and Race in the South African Film Industry: A Comparative Analysis of the Representation in South African Film Festivals

News constructs of customary identity versus democratic practice: the case of Lindiwe Dlamini and Mswati III of Swaziland

History, dialogue and language in communication: Gadamer's theory of philosophical hermeneutics

Evolving 'Discoarse' into Discourse: Ubuntu as a Normative Basis

A critical-historical genre analysis of reality television

Cartoons as a medium of political communication

Exploring the Symbolic Frames of HIV/AIDS-Related Stigma: From Powerlessness to Transformative Empowerment

‘Communication’ in the era of ‘Empire’ and ‘multitude’

The manifestation of the gatekeeping concept in South African newspapers

Employees’ Acceptance of E-Newsletters for Organisational Information Transfer

Television audience research revisited: Early television audience research and the more recent developments in television audience research

Political persuasion: the 1987 electoral campaign in Umhlanga Rocks

Firestorm Response: Managing Brand Reputation during an nWOM Firestorm by Responding to Online Complaints Individually or as a Cluster

A socio-history of the media and participation in Uganda

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