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Existence, communication, violence and a mainly Kierkegaardian existential approach to communication on HIV/AIDS
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
From an existential perspective, it is observed that communication is expressive of the embodiment of the individual in the world. Communication is above all else expressive of people's modes of existence. The dimensions ...
Rural women: communication, empowerment and the facilitating role of ICT
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2005)
Many scholars describe empowerment as an ongoing, fluctuating, lifelong transformation and liberation process involving positive changes in the individual's psychological well-being (self-esteem and self-concept), the ...
Societies in transition: multi-cultural-man and strategic public relations (PR) challenges for PR practitioners in South Africa
(Department of Communication Science, Unierstity of the Free State, 2008)
Over the past decade a number of countries have embarked upon dramatic sociopolitical transitions. A common denominator has always been a highly divided society filled with trauma. One such country is South Africa. A ...