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    • Third screens, third cinema, third worlds and triadomania: examining cellphilm aesthetics in visual culture 

      Dockney, Jonathan; Tomaselli, Keyan G. (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2010)
      This article discusses cellphilm aesthetics and their resultant effect for visual culture in the 21st century. The new media have impacted traditional analogue structures with profound effects. The cellphone, for example, ...
    • Using visual data to 'save lives' in the age of AIDS? 

      Mnisi, Thoko; De Lange, Naydene; Mitchell, Claudia (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2010)
      This article outlines the use of a digital archive, a data set of staged photos around HIV and Aids related stigma, with educators in two rural schools, exploring their views on using it in their teaching to address stigma. ...
    • Visual communication - a transcendental empirical-perspective 

      Strauss, D. F. M. (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2010)
      The recent pictorial turn, succeeded by a visual turn, led to a new appreciation of visual communication in human culture. Communication is normally associated with subjectsubject rela tions. The qualification “visual” ...
    • Visual dimensions of academic discourse in higher education 

      Archer, Arlene (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2010)
      This article explores the visual nature of academic discourse within Higher Education in South Africa. It provides insight into the increasing influence of the visual in academic writing – arguing that the materiality ...
    • The 'visual spectacle' of soap opera and reality television 

      Burger, Mariekie (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2010)
      In contrast to the concerns of scholars that the visual spectacle of television lulls audiences into passive consumption of pre-packaged entertainment, this article argues that popular television formats can address ...