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Vol 24 (2019)
Health dialogue: a concept analysis
Marianne Reid, Dr
CSR on display: using spectacles and storytelling as stakeholder engagement mechanisms
Hilke Steenkamp, Dr, Ronél Rensburg, Prof.
Community perceptions of ward councillors' communication in service delivery protest areas: the desirability of a strategic communication approach
Lebhang Molefe, Nina Overton-de Klerk, Prof.
Corporate brand communication: beyond-modern realities in a social media landscape
Christelle Swart, Dr, Janette Hanekom, Dr
Guidelines to enhance recall and recognition of product placement strategies
Elshé van der Westhuizen, Dalmé Mulder, Dr
Returning to our roots: looking at Date My Family through an African conceptual lens
Mthobeli Ngcongo, Dr, Linda Fekisi
The characteristics of e-newsletters in predicting higher education institution employees' usage
Carly Smith, Johannes A. Wiid, Prof.
Exploring key areas of transformation in a South African media organisation
Andile April, Phillipine M. Maubane, Lizette Odendaal, Dr
Dissonance of rights: digital space, an enabler of conversations about abortion amongst some South Africans
Elizabeth Lubinga, Dr, Karabo Sitto
Readers' perspectives: examining the influence of political news in Zimbabwe
Limukani Mathe, Dr, Oluyinka O. Osunkunle, Dr
Perceptions of the effectiveness of Twitter as a crowdfunding communication tool for raising university fees
Salusiwe Qomfo, Norman Chiliya, Dr, Tinashe Chuchu, Dr, Eugine Tafadzwa Maziriri, Dr, Tinashe Ndoro, Dr
Africa and football: five notes for media students and cultural theorists
Ian Glenn, Prof.
READERS’ PERSPECTIVES: EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL NEWS IN ZIMBABWE.
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