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    • On democracy and communication: the dilemma of freedom and the challenge of equality 

      De Wet, Johann C. (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
      This article aims to explore, through a conceptual analysis and rational argumentation, some theoretical implications of the principles of freedom and equality for a democratic state. With conceptual analysis an investigation ...
    • Reflections on promoting open discussion forums at university 

      Van der Merwe, J. C. (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
      The Department of Philosophy at the University of the Free State recently presented an open discussion forum on the following topic: Imagine a truly South African university. Many people reacted with scepticism towards ...
    • "The self on the page": the therapeutic value of writing 

      Roodt, Zarine (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
      This article comprises a review of writing as therapy, a therapy practised by the client her- or himself as a means of achieving equilibrium on a psychological level - the self on the page1. In this sense it focuses on ...
    • Sex, sexuality and communication: a thematic analysis of the perceptions of young South African adults 

      Jordaan, Christina (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
      In South Africa, educators and parents, to a large extent, rely on educational sexuality programmes to teach adolescents and young adults the relevant aspects of sex and sexuality. It is argued that these programmes do ...
    • What do I do with my degree? The value of studying in the Humanities 

      Marais, Willemien (Department of Communication Science, University of the Free State, 2007)
      What is the value of studying in the Humanities? I’m often confronted with this question by prospective students as well as current students in the Humanities. On some level, it seems that degrees in the Humanities are ...