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Organizations as change-agents in HIV/AIDS programmes through participatory communication
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2009)
Statistics indicate that HIV/Aids is primarily a problem of developing societies. More than a decade of attempts to address the HIV/Aids pandemic have demonstrated that traditional communication strategies are not as ...
Local aids councils in North-West: the construction and communication of meaning within the context of ownership and accountability
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2006)
Many groups and individuals are working hard to come to grips with the phenomenon of HIV and Aids in all its complicated aspects, whether it is bio-medical, socio-cultural, gender related and/or socio-economic. One outcome ...
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 ...
VCT: voluntary counselling and testing or veritable communication tragedy?
(Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2008)
This article examines the communication factors and the prevailing socio-cultural context which underlies the lack of VCT uptake amongst male construction workers in South Africa. The article is based on focus group ...