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Vol 23 (2018)
Art or dark art? Moral failure and ethical obligation in South African public relations practice
Sonja Verwey, Prof., Clarissa Muir
The relationship between traditional and digital media as an influence on generational consumer preference
Abyshey Nhedzi, Dr
Perceived benefits and challenges regarding the use of social media for public relations activities
Millicent Mavimbela, DP Conradie, Prof., HB Dondolo, Prof.
Investigating social media conversations: towards implementing an online reputation management framework for NPOs
Juran van den Heever, Ronel Rensburg, Prof.
Knowledge management to prevent fraudulant e-banking transactions
Rachel Barker, Prof.
Co-Change-orientated Communication: a collaborative approach to making sense of change
Yolandi Slabbert, Prof.
The use of indexical signs, symbols and icons in print advertising communication
Angelique van Niekerk, Prof.
Exploring Twitter reporting and best practices in a South African news organisation
Sholain Govender-Bateman, Hilke Steenkamp, Dr, Pedro Diederichs, Dr
Centring the subaltern: interpreting mainstream media messages in a fractured country
Press regulation in South Africa and its implications for press freedom
Intercultural communication between deaf and hearing students at a South African university
Avela Ntsongelwa, Milagros Rivera-Sánchez, Prof.
Negotiating water conservation communication through indigenous media
Kevin Onyenankeya, Dr, Abiodun Salawu, Prof.
What are the implications of celebrities 'behaving badly' online?
Longina Strumska-Cylwik, Prof., Bert Olivier, Prof.
Perception is the fairest of them all: online fan perception of Once Upon A Time's Evil Queen
Natalie le Clue, Janelle Vermaak, Dr
'Silent Hunter' and its influence on wildlife documentary
Ian Glenn, Prof.
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