PublishedJuly 21, 2023

Vol 42, No 1 (2023)

Published July 21, 2023




Anna Oksiutycz

Online date : 2023-07-21 15:36:22


Nina Overton-De Klerk

Online date : 2023-05-22 13:44:53

Page 4-21

Simphiwe Emmanuel Rens

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Page 22-38

Gladys Muasya

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Page 39-51

Fulufhelo Oscar Makananise

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Page 52-63

Caroline Cherry, Waheeda Mohamed, Yogesh Brahmbhatt

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Page 64-80

Anna Klyueva, Prisca Ngondo

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Page 81-96

Aniekie Motloutsi, Elizabeth Lubinga

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Page 97-112

Helena van Wyk, Charmaine Du Plessis

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Page 113-125


Practice-Based Case Studies

Practice-Based Case Studies
Andre Oberholzer , Mpho Lethoko , Mari Lee, Dalien Benecke, Thabisile Phumo

Online date : 2023-06-08 08:52:32

Page 126-131

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Communicare: Journal for Communication Studies in Africa facilitates scholarly discussion on communication phenomena in Africa and how these are in conversation with other regions. Communicare is a non-profit, open-access journal, in existence since 1980, published biannually by the School of Communication, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Communicare aims to serve as a point of reference for continental academic debate and geo-specific theorising. It thus invites articles that complement, test, refine or counter global theoretical perspectives by amplifying and consolidating African research and scholarship. The journal publishes original theoretical-conceptual and empirical articles regardless of paradigm, perspective or context and welcomes a wide range of methodological approaches. Communicare publishes original articles in a broad spectrum of communication sub- and related disciplines, including organisational communication, strategic communication, marketing communication, corporate communication, development communication, social change, political communication, gender communication, postcolonial studies, identity politics and politics of everyday life, celebrity studies, visual communication, internet studies, gaming, digital communication, digital media, film studies, media studies, cultural studies, popular culture, and journalism. Communicare also publishes generic (non-region specific) research articles on topics relevant to contemporary scholarly conversations on communication in Africa.

Communicare uses a double-blind peer review system and is accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training.

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