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Periodical articleTomaselli, Keyan G. (2016)
See this documentIdeological contestation and disciplinary associations: an autoethnographic analysis
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 42 #2. p. 276-292.

Periodical articleSalawu, Abiodun (2016)
See this documentA survey of research foci and paradigms in media and communication Master's dissertations and doctoral theses in South Africa
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 42 #1. p. 136-154.

Periodical articleMboti, Phebbie and Mboti, Nyasha (2016)
See this document'Just kidding. I'm white!': knowledge, perceptions and attitudes of white and Indian male university students towards HIV prevention
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 42 #1. p. 119-135.

Periodical articleKimotho, Stephen and Neville Miller, Ann and Ngure, Peter (2015)
See this documentManaging communication surrounding tungiasis stigma in Kenya
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 41 #4. p. 523-542.

Periodical articleHinson, Robert and Gyabea, Adelaide and Ibrahim, Masud (2015)
See this documentSustainability reporting among Ghanaian universities
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 41 #1. p. 22-42.

Periodical articleOyedemi, Toks (2014)
See this documentBeyond access: youth and digital skills
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 40 #2. p. 137-154.

Periodical articleLubinga, Elizabeth and Jansen, Carel and Maes, Alfons (2014)
See this document'If you care, do not share': exploring the effects of using rhetorical figures to stimulate young South Africans to discuss HIV and AIDS messages
Abstract presentCommunicatio: South African journal for communication theory and research. Volume 40 #1. p. 49-68.

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