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Abstract South Africans tend to take a neglectful attitude toward hazard in general.This article identifies and qualifies the forms of practical reasoning that make such negligence possible. The… (More)
The authors highlight the differences in film consciousness about South Africa in the United States.
In this article the authors develop a critical strategic analysis of the term `African Renaissance', which has become current in the discourse since first enunciated by Nelson Mandela. With the… (More)
The confluence of technology and the arts should be defined by coalescence rather than collision. Yet in tertiary institutions, impediments have characterised the passage of the arts into the global,… (More)
SUMMARY This commentary piece charts the ways in which cultural studies, both in relation to Communication Studies and other disciplines, has emerged over some 20 years in South Africa. This… (More)
This article condenses the theoretical discussion carried out by the authors for a framing paper on cultural policy. In it, they begin from the position that most discourse about the term 'culture'… (More)
In response to a paradigm shift toward reflexivity in critical anthropology and media studies, this course attempts to address and relocate questions of representation and reconstruction in the… (More)