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Periodical articleStobie, Cheryl (2016)
See this documentDi ta go; ons het dit gedoen; we did it: Khoekhoe ethnicity, sexuality and temporalities in Proteus
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 915-930.

Periodical articleWessels, Michael A. (2016)
See this documentA glimpse into Bushman mythology: interpretation, power and knowledge
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 898-914.

Periodical articleRusch, Neil (2016)
See this documentThe root and tip of the ||kwanna: introducing chiasmus in |xam narratives
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 877-897.

Periodical articleLange, Mary Elizabeth (2016)
See this documentMarking memories: indigenous north of the !Garib River and contemporary in Westville, South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 855-876.

Periodical articleKoot, Stasja (2016)
See this documentPerpetuating power through autoethnography: my research unawareness and memories of paternalism among the indigenous Hai//om in Namibia
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 840-854.

Periodical articleGrant, Julie (2016)
See this documentCrossing the divide: research methods to facilitate representative data collection within conflicted communities
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 823-839.

Periodical articleTomaselli, Keyan (2016)
See this documentResearch ethics in the Kalahari: issues, contradictions and concerns
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #6. p. 804-822.

Periodical articleChasi, Colin and Rodny-Gumede, Ylva (2016)
See this documentUbuntu journalism and nation-building magic
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 728-744.

Periodical articleHu, Ying (ed.) (2016)
See this document'Communicating development' - a cultural shift: emerging discourses on entrepreneurial development and poverty reduction by Nigeria's banking and microfinance sectors
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 709-727.

Periodical articleSwanepoel, Rilette (2016)
See this documentEverybody hurts: abjection, pain and laughter in Ivan Vladislavic's 'Courage'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 672-688.

Periodical articlePooley, Thomas M. (2016)
See this documentExtracurricular arts: poverty, inequality and indigenous musical arts education in post-apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 639-654.

Periodical articleBoshoff, Priscilla A. and Garman, Anthea (2016)
See this documentCapital or critique? When journalism education seeks to influence the field
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #5. p. 607-622.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Thabisani (2016)
See this documentAll poor together? Race and the stylistics of begging at traffic lights in Johannesburg
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 590-905.

Periodical articleCairnie, Julie (2016)
See this documentReading running
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 574-589.

Periodical articleAfful, Adwoa (2016)
See this documentWild seed: Africa and its many diasporas
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 557-573.

Periodical articleConradie, Marthinus S. and Brokensha, Susan I. (2016)
See this documentReconfiguring race in the online interactions of South African undergraduates
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 538-556.

Periodical articleStrauss, Helene (2016)
See this documentManaging public feeling: temporality, mourning and the Marikana Massacre in Rehad Desai's 'Miners shot down'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 522-537.

Periodical articleAnyaduba, Chigbo A. (2016)
See this documentBroadening the canon: Africa and its non-migrant diasporas
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 507-521.

Periodical articleMacharia, Keguro (2016)
See this document5 reflections on trans* & taxonomy (with Neo Musangi)
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 495-506.

Periodical articleWright, Handel Kashope (2016)
See this documentWhat has African Cultural Studies done for you lately? Autobiographical and global considerations of a floating signifier
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #4. p. 478-494.

Periodical articleFrenkel, Ronit and Sides, Kirk B. (2016)
See this documentExile in Mauritius: colonial violence and Indian Ocean archives
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 282-294.

Periodical articlevan Rhyn, Chris (2016)
See this documentWriting the history of art music in Africa: a case of symbolic interactionism
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 269-281.

Periodical articleDamodaran, Sumangala and Sitas, Ari (2016)
See this documentThe musical journey: re-centring AfroAsia through an arc of musical sorrow
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 252-268.

Periodical articlevan Niekerk, Angelique and Conradie, Marthinus (2016)
See this documentBranding through art: the commercial value of visual and linguistic signs of art
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 233-251.

Periodical articleOmenugha, Kate Azuka and Uzuegbunam, Chikezie Emmanuel and Ndolo, Ike S. (2016)
See this documentCelebrity culture, media and the Nigerian youth: negotiating cultural identities in a globalised world
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 200-216.

Periodical articlede Lange, Rudi (2016)
See this documentMisleading advertising: a case study of a marketer's 'prescribed by doctors' slogan
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 187-199.

Periodical articleMalaba, Mbongeni (2016)
See this documentEnglish Studies: a comparative analysis of trends in South African universities and national universities in Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, Lesotho and Namibia
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #2. p. 171-186.

Periodical articleBotma, Gabriël (2016)
See this documentCultural citizenship in the digital future(s): in search of a new code of praxis for South African journalism education and training
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 102-116.

Periodical articleMooney, Katie (2016)
See this documentCollective identity in the Ducktail subculture in post-World War II South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 62-86.

Periodical articleMhagama, Peter (2016)
See this documentThe importance of participation in development through community radio: a case study of Nkhotakota community radio station in Malawi
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 45-61.

Periodical articleLukhele, Francis (2016)
See this documentTears of the rainbow: mourning in South African culture
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 31-44.

Periodical articleFalkof, Nicky (2016)
See this documentENG/AFR: white masculinity in two contemporary South African films
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 30 #1. p. 15-30.

Periodical articlele Roux, Elizabeth (2015)
See this documentThemed section: Discrimination in scholarly publishing
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #6. p. 703-784.

Periodical articleMboti, Nyasha and Tomaselli, Keyan (2015)
See this documentNew political economies of film distribution for South Africa's townships? A critical survey of the 'ReaGilč' concept
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #5. p. 621-643.

Periodical articleKilonzo, Susan and Magak, Kitche and Omwalo, Bryson (2015)
See this documentThe influence of information technology on the socio-political song in Kenya
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #4. p. 518-536.

Periodical articleOgone, James Odhiambo (2015)
See this documentRemediating orality: the cultural domestication of video technology in Kenya
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #4. p. 479-495.

Periodical articleMakalela, Leketi (2015)
See this documentNarrative interpretation of HIV/AIDS messages: the effects of storytelling prompts among rural university students
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 400-418.

Periodical articlePolonska-Kimunguyi, Eva (2015)
See this documentFrom public service broadcaster to development actor: Deutsche Welle and the (con)quest of African female audiences
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 382-399.

Periodical articleHaavisto, Camilla and Maasilta, Mari (2015)
See this documentTowards a journalism of hope? Compassion and locality in European mediations of distant suffering
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 327-341.

Periodical articleGrant, Julie (2015)
See this documentLive Aid/8: perpetuating the superiority myth
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 310-326.

Periodical articleFrassinelli, Pier Paolo (2015)
See this documentHeading south: theory, 'Viva Riva!' and 'District 9'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 293-309.

Periodical articleRavengai, Samuel (2015)
See this documentSubversion of socialist theatre and the rise of post-realist theatre in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 276-292.

Periodical issueIqani, Mehita and Kenny, Bridget (eds.) (2015)
See this documentSpecial issue: Consumption, media and culture in South Africa: perspectives on freedom and the public
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #2. p. 95-259.

Periodical articleTeer-Tomaselli, Ruth (2015)
See this documentEmpire and broadcasting in the interwar years: towards a consideration of public broadcasting in the British dominions
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #1. p. 77-93.

Periodical articleMukhongo, Lusike (2015)
See this documentFriends or foes? A critique of the development of the media and the evolving relationship between press and politics in Kenya
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #1. p. 59-76.

Periodical articlePutnis, Peter (2015)
See this documentReuters and the South African press at the end of Empire
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #1. p. 41-58.

Periodical articleMcCracken, Donal P. (2015)
See this documentThe imperial British newspaper, with special reference to South Africa, India and the 'Irish model'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #1. p. 5-25.

Periodical issueFarber, Leora (ed.) (2015)
See this documentSpecial issue: archival addresses: photographies, practices, positionalities
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 29 #1. p. 1-181.

Periodical issueTeer-Tomaselli, Ruth (2014)
See this documentSpecial issue: Media and Empire in the 20th century
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #6. p. 875-976.

Periodical issueLe Roux, Elizabeth (2014)
See this documentSpecial issue: South Africa's publishing and reading culture
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #5. p. 761-874.

Periodical issueTomaselli, Keyan G. (ed.) (2014)
See this documentSpecial issue: San representation, part II
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #4. p. 593-759.

Periodical issueTomaselli, Keyan G. (ed.) (2014)
See this documentSpecial issue: San representation, part I
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #3. p. 465-592.

Periodical articleTsarwe, Stanley (2014)
See this documentVoice, alienation and the struggle to be heard: a case study of community radio programming in South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 287-310.

Periodical articleChasi, Colin and Omarjee, Nadira (2014)
See this documentIt begins with you? An ubuntu-centred critique of a social marketing campaign on HIV and AIDS
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 229-246.

Periodical articleTagwirei, Cuthbeth (2014)
See this document'Lame ducks' in the time of HIV/AIDS? Exploring female victimhood in selected HIV/AIDS narratives by Zimbabwean female writers
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 216-228.

Periodical articleNazier, Farieda (2014)
See this documentBeyond the 'After Math': exploring psychological decolonisation in a post-apartheid context of artistic praxis
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 199-215.

Periodical articleChetty, Rajendra (2014)
See this documentClass dismissed? Youth resistance and the politics of race and class in South African education
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #1. p. 88-102.

Periodical articleVally, Salim (2014)
See this documentThe battle for the truth - youth resistance, neoliberalism and an appreciation of Neville Alexander
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #1. p. 69-75.

Periodical articleVan Staden, Cobus (2014)
See this documentMoomin/Mumin/Moemin: apartheid-era dubbing and Japanese animation
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 28 #1. p. 1-18.

Periodical issueRutten, Kris and Van Dienderen, An and Soetaert, Ronald (eds.) (2013)
See this documentSpecial issue 1: Revisiting the ethnographic turn in contemporary art
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #5. p. 459-626.

Periodical articleBanda, Tito (2013)
See this documentOverlooked and sublime: the case of 'mitungu' dance songs of northern Malawi
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #4. p. 418-438.

Periodical articleFlockemann, Miki (2013)
See this documentRepeating and disrupting embodied histories through performance: 'Exhibit A', 'Mies Julie' and 'Itsoseng'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #4. p. 403-417.

Periodical articleChasi, Colin (2013)
See this documentCommunication and expressing, not speaking, on AIDS
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #3. p. 386-402.

Periodical articleThompson, Esi Eduwaa and Yeboah, Abena Animwaa (2013)
See this documentHealth information from elite to popular media: are Ghanaian media creating more space for health information/education?
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #3. p. 370-385.

Periodical articleJones, Nicola (2013)
See this documentHave we learned from history? A comparative critical assessment of the Independent Group's coverage of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in South Africa in 2004 and 2011
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #3. p. 311-331.

Periodical articleCardey, Sarah (ed.) (2013)
See this documentEntertainment education theory and practice in HIV-AIDS communication: a South Africa/United Kingdom comparison
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #3. p. 288-310.

Periodical articleBulled, Nicola L. (2013)
See this document(Re)distribution of blame: examining the politics of biomedical HIV knowledge in Lesotho
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #3. p. 267-287.

Periodical articleYoung-Jahangeer, Miranda (2013)
See this documentWatermarks: intervening in the City of Cape Town
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #2. p. 254-262.

Periodical articleNgoshi, Hazel Tafadzwa (2013)
See this documentThe female body and voice in audiovisual political propaganda jingles: the Mbare Chimurenga Choir women in Zimbabwe's contested political terrain
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #2. p. 235-248.

Periodical articleVorster, Stacey (2013)
See this documentInner-city safaris and wild public art
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #2. p. 147-162.

Periodical articleTreffry-Goatley, Astrid and Mahlinza, Mduduzi and Imrie, John (2013)
See this documentPublic engagement with HIV in a rural South African context: an analysis of a small-media, taxi-based edutainment model applied in 'Jiving with Science'
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #1. p. 112-126.

Periodical articleBarker, Kriss and Connolly, Scott and Angelone, Cecelia (2013)
See this documentCreating a brighter future in Rwanda through entertainment education
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 27 #1. p. 75-90.

Periodical articleScott, Claire (2012)
See this documentDie Antwoord and a delegitimised South African whiteness: a potential counter-narrative?
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #5. p. 745-761.

Periodical articleSchoon, Alette (2012)
See this documentDragging young people down the drain: the mobile phone, gossip mobile website 'Outoilet' and the creation of a mobile ghetto
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #5. p. 690-706.

Periodical articleHüncke, Anna and Koot, Stasja (2012)
See this documentThe presentation of Bushmen in cultural tourism: tourists' images of Bushmen and the tourism providers' presentation of (Hai//om) Bushmen at Treesleeper Camp, Namibia
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #5. p. 671-689.

Periodical articleViljoen, Stella (2012)
See this documentMade, laid and paid: photographic masculinities in a black men's magazine
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #5. p. 648-670.

Periodical articleNdlovu-Gatsheni, Sabelo J. (2012)
See this documentThe death of the Subject with a capital 'S' and the perils of belonging: a study of the construction of ethnocracy in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #4. p. 525-546.

Periodical articleMakhubu, Nomusa M. (2012)
See this documentViolence and the cultural logics of pain: representations of sexuality in the work of Nicholas Hlobo and Zanele Muholi
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #4. p. 504-524.

Periodical articleJenkins, Elwyn (2012)
See this documentShowcasing South African rock art on postage stamps
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #4. p. 466-483.

Periodical articleMcCracken, Donal P. (2012)
See this documentEquivocators or zealots? Post-revolutionary re-imaging colonial languages, names and name change in Ireland and South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #4. p. 447-465.

Periodical issueTomaselli, Keyan G. and Causey, Andrew (eds.) (2012)
See this documentResearchers as tourists and travellers
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #3. p. 233-446.

Periodical articleGillespie, Kelly (2012)
See this documentTeaching disruption: reflections from a Johannesburg classroom
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #1. p. 39-61.

Periodical articleTomaselli, Keyan G. (2012)
See this documentAlter-egos: cultural and media studies
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #1. p. 14-38.

Periodical issueFarber, Leora and Bishop, Ryan (eds.) (2010)
See this documentThe address of the other: the body and the senses in contemporary South African visual art
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #3. p. 303-485.

Periodical articleMarschall, Sabine (2010)
See this documentHow to honour a woman: gendered memorialisation in post-apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 260-283.

Periodical articleFlockemann, Miki (2010)
See this documentThe everyday experience of xenophobia: performing 'The Crossing' from Zimbabwe to South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 245-259.

Periodical articleFrancis, Dennis A. (2010)
See this document'Sex is not something we talk about, it's something we do': using drama to engage youth in sexuality, relationship and HIV education
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 228-244.

Periodical articleFrancis, Michael and Francis, Suzanne (2010)
See this documentRepresentation and misrepresentation: San regional advocacy and the global imagery
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 210-227.

Periodical articleSonnekus, Theo (2010)
See this document'We want to see something different (but not too different)': spatial politics and the Pink Loerie Mardi Gras in Knysna
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 192-209.

Periodical articleFourie, Pieter J. (2010)
See this document'New' paradigms, 'new' theory and four priorities for South African mass communication and media research
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 173-191.

Periodical issueNarunsky-Laden, Sonja and Glenn, Ian (eds.) (2010)
See this documentCultural economy in post-transitional South Africa
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 24 #1. 172p.

Periodical articleAllen, Rika (2009)
See this documentArt activism in South Africa and the ethics of representation in a time of AIDS
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #3. p. 396-415.

Periodical articleWasserman, Herman and De Beer, Arnold S. (2009)
See this documentAfro-optimism/Afro-pessimism and the South African media
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #3. p. 377-395.

Periodical articleSesanti, Simphiwe (2009)
See this documentReclaiming space: African women's use of the media as a platform to contest patriarchal representations of African culture - womanists' perspectives
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 209-223.

Periodical articlePrins, Frans E. (2009)
See this documentSecret San of the Drakensberg and their rock art legacy
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #2. p. 190-208.

Periodical articleCoplan, David B. (2009)
See this documentInnocent violence: social exclusion, identity, and the press in an African democracy
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #1. p. 64-83.

Periodical articleChirambo, Reuben (2009)
See this documentCorruption, tribalism and democracy: coded messages in Wambali Mkandawire's popular songs in Malawi
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #1. p. 42-63.

Periodical articleSolomon, Anne (2009)
See this documentBroken strings: interdisciplinarity and Xam oral literature
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 23 #1. p. 26-41.

Periodical articleMikalsen, Oyvind (2008)
See this documentDevelopment communication and the paradox of choice: imposition and dictatorship in comparing Sámi and San Bushmen experiences of cultural autonomy
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 22 #2. p. 295-332.

Periodical articleMano, Winston and Willems, Wendy (2008)
See this documentEmerging communities, emerging media: the case of a Zimbabwean nurse in the British 'Big Brother' show
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 22 #1. p. 101-128.

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