Bibliography on media in South Africa

Books

Andersson, M. (2010). Intertextuality, violence and memory in Yizo, Yizo: Youth TV drama. Pretoria: UNISA.

Chuma, W. and D. Moyo (2010). Media policy in a changing Southern Africa: Critical reflections on media reforms in the global age. Pretoria: UNISA.

Dolby, N. E. (2001). Constructing race: youth, identity, and popular culture in South Africa. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Duncan, J., & Seleoane, M. (1998). Media and democracy in South Africa. Pretoria: HSRC.

Ebrahim-Vally, R. and D. Martin (2006). Viewing the new South Africa: representations of South Africa in television commercials. Johannesburg: IFAS.

Graaf, M. (1988). Hawks and doves: the pro- and anti-conscription press in South Africa. Durban: Contemporary Cultural Studies Unit University of Natal.

Hadland, A. (2005). Changing the fourth estate: essays on South African journalism. Pretoria: HSRC Press.

Hadland, A., Louw, E., Sesanti, S. & Wasserman, H. (2008) Power, politics and identity in South African media: selected seminar papers. Pretoria: UNISA.

Horwitz, R. B. (2001). Communication and democratic reform in South Africa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hyde-Clarke, N. (2010). The citizen in communication: Re-visiting traditional, new and community media practices in South Africa. Cape Town: Juta Press.

Krüger, F. (2004). Black, white and grey: ethics in South African journalism. Cape Town: Double Storey.

Lagerwerf, L., H. Boer and H. Wasserman (2009). Health communication in Southern Africa: Engaging with social and cultural diversity. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.

Laurence, J. (1979). Race, propaganda and South Africa. London: Gollancz.

Louw, P. E. (1993). South African media policy: debates of the 1990s. Belville: Anthropos Publishers.

Louw, P. E., & Tomaselli, K. (1991). The alternative press in South Africa. London: James Currey.

McEachern, C. (2002). Narratives of nation: media, memory and representation in the making of the new South Africa. New York, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Mpofu, A., Manhando, S., & Tomaselli, K. G. (1996). Public service broadcasting in South Africa: policy directions towards 2000. Johannesburg: Anthropos Publishers.

Nuttall, S., & Michael, C.-A. (2000). Senses of culture: South African culture studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Olorunnisola, A. A. (2006). Media in South Africa after apartheid: a cross-media assessment. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Phelan, J. M. (1987). Apartheid media: disinformation and dissent in South Africa. Westport, CO: Lawrence Hill.

Pinnock, D. (2007). Writing left: the radical journalism of Ruth First. Pretoria: UNISA.

Sanders, J. (2000). South Africa and the international media, 1972-1979: a struggle for representation. London: Frank Cass.

Strelitz, L. (2005). Mixed reception: South African youth and their experience of global media. Pretoria: UNISA.

Switzer, L. (1985). Media and dependency in South Africa: a case study of the press and the Ciskei “homeland”. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies, Africa Studies Program.

Switzer, L. (1997). South Africa’s alternative press: voices of protest and resistance, 1880s-1960s. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Switzer, L., & Adhikari, M. (2000). South Africa‘s resistance press: alternative voices in the last generation under apartheid. Athens, OH: Ohio University Center for International Studies.

Tomaselli, K. G. (1987). Narrating the crisis: hegemony and the South African press. Johannesburg: Lyon.

Tomaselli, K. G., & Dunn, H. S. (2001). Media, democracy and renewal in Southern Africa: new approaches to political economy. Denver, CO: International Academic Publishers.

Tomaselli, K. G., Tomaselli, R., & Muller, J. (1987). The press in South Africa. London: James Currey.

Tomaselli, K. G., Tomaselli, R., & Muller, J. (1989). The press in South Africa. Belville: Anthropos.

Tomaselli, R., Tomaselli, K. G., & Muller, J. (1989). Broadcasting in South Africa. Belville: Anthropos.

Van Rooyen, J. C. W. (1987). Censorship in South Africa. Cape Town: Juta and Co.

Wasserman, H. (2010). True story! Tabloid journalism in South Africa. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Wasserman, H., & Jacobs, S. (2003). Shifting selves: post-apartheid essays on mass media, culture & identity. Cape Town: Kwela Books.

Zegeye, A., & Harris, R. L. (2003). Media, identity and the public sphere in post-apartheid South Africa. Leiden: Brill.

Journal articles

Baderoon, G. (2002). Shooting the East/Veils and masks: Uncovering Orientalism in South African media. African & Asian Studies, 1(4), 367.

Baderoon, G. (2007). Reading South African media representations of Islam after 11 September 2001. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature & Culture, 9(1), 1-11.

Baderoon, G. (2009). Regarding South African images of Islam: from the picturesque to Pagad and after. South African Historical Journal, 61(1), 103-120.

Banda, F. (2006). Commentary: negotiating distant influences: Globalization and broadcasting policy reforms in Zambia and South Africa. Canadian Journal of Communication, 31(2), 459-467.

Barnett, C. (1998). The contradictions of broadcasting reform in post-apartheid South Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 25(78), 551-570.

Barnett, C. (1999). Broadcasting the rainbow nation: media, democracy and nation-building in South Africa. Antipode, 31(3), 274.

Barnett, C. (1999). The limits of media democratization in South Africa: politics, privatization and regulation. Media, Culture & Society, 21(5), 649-671.

Barnett, C. (2004). Yizo Yizo: citizenship, commodification and popular culture in South Africa. Media, Culture & Society, 26(2), 251-271.

Bauer, T. (2009). A democratised market? Development of South Africa’s daily newspapers 1990-2006. Global Media Journal: African Edition, 3(1), 1-17.

Beer, A. S. D., De Beer, A. S., & Tomaselli, K. G. (2000). South African journalism and mass communication scholarship: Negotiating ideological schisms. Journalism Studies, 1(1).

Berger, G. (1998). Media & democracy in Southern Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 25(78), 599.

Berger, G. (2001). Problematising race for journalists: Critical reflections on the South African Human Rights Commission Inquiry into Media Racism. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 15(1/2), 69.

Berger, G. (2002). Deepening media density: what South African freedom shows us. Round Table(366), 533-543.

Berger, G. (2004). More media for Southern Africa? The place of politics, economics and convergence in developing media density. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 18(1), 42-75.

Berger, G. (2008). A paradigm in process: What the scapegoating of Vusi Mona signalled about South African journalism. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 34(1), 1-20.

Bertelsen, E. (1999). Free to shop: new black advertising in South Africa. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 136, 47-62.

Blankenberg, N. (1999). In search of a real freedom: Ubuntu and the media. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 13(2), 42.

Bosch, T. (2007). Community radio and identity construction post-1994. Communicare, 26(1), 114-129.

Bosch, T. (2008). Radio as confession: religious community radio stations in South Africa. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 3(131), 84-99.

Bosch, T. (2010). Digital journalism and online public spheres in South Africa. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 36(2), 265-275.

Botes, J. M. (2004). Television debates as a form of pre-negotiation in protracted conflicts: Nightline in South Africa (1985) and Israel (1988). International Negotiation, 9(1), 161-192.

Botma, G. l. J. (2010). Lightning strikes twice: The 2007 Rugby World Cup and memories of a South African rainbow nation. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 36(1), 1-19.

Brand, R. (2010). The business of business news: South Africa’s financial press and the political process. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 31(1), 24-41.

Browne, D. R. (1987). Something new out of Africa? South African international radio’s presentation of Africa to listeners in North America. Journal of African Studies, 14(1), 17-24.

Burton, S., & Gultig, J. (1992). Media in the “new” South Africa: “The more it changes, the more it stays the same”. Africa Quarterly, 32(1/4), 115-125.

Campbell, C., & Gibbs, A. (2008). Representations of HIV/AIDS management in South African newspapers. African Journal of AIDS Research (AJAR), 7(2), 195-208.

Chigona, W., Chigona, A., Ngqokelela, B., & Mpofu, S. (2009). MXIT: uses, perceptions and self-justifications. Journal of Information, Information Technology & Organizations, 4, 1-16.

Collinge, J.-A. (1989). The privately owned media in South Africa: villians or victims in the struggle for democracy. Development Dialogue(2), 57-70.

Coplan, D. B. (2009). Innocent violence: social exclusion, identity, and the press in an African democracy. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 23(1), 64-83.

Cottle, S. S., & Rai, M. M. (2008). Television news in South Africa: mediating an emerging democracy. Journal of Southern African Studies, 34(2), 343-358.

Danso, R., & McDonald, D. A. (2001). Writing xenophobia: Immigration and the print media in post-apartheid South Africa. Africa Today, 48(3), 114-137.

Dawson, A. (2001). Crossing “The Line”: A case study in South African media practice and democratization. Television & New Media, 2(2), 117.

De Beer, A. S. (1989). The press in post-apartheid South Africa: a functional analysis. Communicare, 8(1), 29-39.

Duncan, J. (2008). Executive overstretch: South African broadcasting independence and accountability under Thabo Mbeki. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 34(1), 21-52.

Durington, M. (2009). Suburban fear, media and gated communities in Durban, South Africa. Home Cultures, 6(1), 71-88.

Durrheim, K., Quayle, M., Whitehead, K., & Kriel, A. (2005). Denying racism: Discursive strategies used by the South African media. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 19(1/2), 167-186.

Engblom, L. A. (1997). The Swedish media image of South Africa today and yesterday. Cabo, 6(4), 57-62.

Evans, M. (2010). Mandela and the televised birth of the rainbow nation. National Identities, 12(3), 309-326.

Farquharson, K. (1999). Racialized media discourses in the “new” South Africa: The Makgoba controversy. Research in Politics & Society, 6, 175-194.

Fourie, P. (2002). Rethinking the role of the media in South Africa. Communicare, 21(1), 17-40.

Fourie, P. (2008). Ubuntuism as a framework for South African media practice and performance: Can it work? Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 34(1), 53-79.

Fourie, P. (2010). ‘New’ paradigms, ‘new’ theory and four priorities for South African mass communication and media research. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 24(2), 173-191.

Frederikse, J. (1987). South Africa’s media: the commercial press and the seedlings of the future. Third World Quarterly, 9(2), 638-656.

Goldsteina, S., S. Usdinb, E. Scheepers and G. Japhet (2005). Communicating HIV and AIDS, What works? A report on the impact evaluation of Soul City’s fourth series. Journal of Health Communication, 10(5): 465-483.

Geertsema, M. (2010). Challenging the lion in Its den: Dilemmas of gender and media activism in South Africa. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 31(1), 68-88.

Giffard, C. A., & Cohen, L. (1989). South African TV and censorship: Does it reduce negative coverage? Journalism Quarterly, 66(1), 3-10.

Glenn, I. (2006). Begging, borrowing, stealing: The context for media plagiarism in twenty-first century South Africa. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 20(1), 122-131.

Gray, M. M. A., & Sathiparsad, R. (1998). Violence against women in South Africa: an analysis of media coverage. Social Work, 34(3), 267-280.

Grundlingh, L. (2001). Government response to HIV/AIDS in South Africa as reported in the media 1983-1994. South African Historical Journal(45), 124.

Hadland, A. (2005). Looking for a new South African journalism: is the next generation ready for the challenge? Communicare, 24(2), 133-138.

Hadland, A. (2007). State-media relations in post-apartheid South Africa: An application of comparative media systems theory. Communicare, 26(2), 1-17.

Haron, M. (2010). Religion and the media: reflections on their position and relationship in Southern Africa. Global Media Journal: African Edition, 4(1), 1-23.

Haron, M., & Buccus, I. (2009). Al-Qalam: an alternative Muslim voice in the South African press. South African Historical Journal, 61(1), 121-137.

Hyde-Clarke, N. (2006). The urban digital divide: A comparative analysis of Internet cafes in Johannesburg, South Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 33(107), 150-156.

Jacobs, S. (2002). How good is the South African media for democracy? African & Asian Studies, 1(4), 279.

Jacobs, S. (2004). Public sphere, power and democratic politics: media and policy debates in post-apartheid South Africa. Communicare, 23(1), 248.

Jacobs, S. (2010). ‘It wasn’t that I did not like South African football’: media, history and biography. Soccer & Society, 11(1/2), 95-104.

Jacobs, S., & Johnson, K. (2007). Media, social movements and the state: Competing images of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. African Studies Quarterly, 9(4), 127-152.

Johnson, R. (2009). ‘The girl about town’: discussions of modernity and female youth in Drum magazine, 1951-1970. Social Dynamics, 35(1), 36-50.

Johnston, A. (2005). The African National Congress, the print media and the development of mediated politics in South Africa. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 19(1/2), 12-35.

Jones, N. J. (2005). News values, ethics and violence in KwaZulu-Natal: Has media coverage reformed? Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 19(1/2), 150-166.

Kariithi, N., & Kareithi, P. (2007). “It’s off to work you go!” A critical discourse analysis of media coverage of the anti-privatisation strike in South Africa in October 2002. Journalism Studies, 8(3), 465-480.

Kistner, U. (2001). The elided performative: The Human Rights Commission’s inquiry into racism in the media. Pretexts: Literary & Cultural Studies, 10(2), 195-217.

Kivikuru, U. (2006). Top-down or bottom-up? Radio in the service of democracy: Experiences from South Africa and Namibia. International Communication Gazette, 68(1), 5-31.

Krabill, R. (2001). Symbiosis: mass media and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa. Media, Culture & Society, 23(5), 567.

Kriel, L., Louw, D., & van Vuuren, D. (2009). Media consumption: Using social attitudes to segment society – a typology of a South African sample. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 35(2), 219-239.

Kriel, L., Louw, D., & van Vuuren, D. (2010). The role of leisure activities and social attitudes in the mass media consumption of a sample of South African adults: A psychographic approach. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 36(1), 71-93.

Kruger, L. (2010). Critique by stealth: aspiration, consumption and class in post-apartheid television drama. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 24(1), 75-98.

Kuper, A., & Kuper, J. (2001). Serving a new democracy: must the media ‘speak softly’? Learning from South Africa. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 13(4), 355-376.

Laden, S. (2003). Who’s afraid of a black bourgeoisie?: Consumer magazines for black South Africans as an apparatus of change. Journal of Consumer Culture, 3(2), 191.

Le Roux, E. (2002). Unsung heroines: Media reflections of the social conflict in South Africa. African & Asian Studies, 1(4), 349.

Lefort, R. (1981). The ‘Black’ press in South Africa. International Social Science Journal, 33(1), 99.

Lekgoathi, S. P. (2009). ‘You are listening to Radio Lebowa of the South African Broadcasting Corporation’: Vernacular radio, Bantustan identity and listenership, 1960-1994. Journal of Southern African Studies, 35(3), 575-594.

Leslie, M. (1995). Television and capitalist hegemony in the “new” South Africa. Howard Journal of Communications, 6(3), 164-172.

Levine, S. (2007). Documentary film matters: The Steps for the Future media advocacy project in Southern Africa. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 21(2), 234-249.

Louw, E. (1991). Media, media education and the development of South Africa. Screen, 32, 388-399.

Louw, E. (1995). Shifting patterns in South Africa’s press oligopoly. Media International Australia, 73-85.

Louw, E., & Volcic, Z. (2010). Diasporic grief and grievance on-line: how South African and Serbian diasporas use the web. Global Media Journal: African Edition, 4(1), 1-19.

Lubbe, H. J. (2007). Comparative analysis of the reportage of the Guguletu 7 events in the South African press in 1986 and 1997. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 21(1), 152-165.

Lynn Rivers, P. (2006). Governing sounds: Hate, race, and responsibility in post-Apartheid broadcasting. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 23(3), 219-231.

Maingard, J. (1997). Transforming television broadcasting in a democratic South Africa. Screen, 38, 260-274.

Manzella, J. (2008). The Star‘s first draft: A news organization revises the next narrative of race in post-apartheid South Africa. Culture & Organization, 14(3), 261-277.

Masilela, T. B. (1995). Election 1994: Legitimation and multiple identities in the South African media. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Sciences, 8(4), 353-369.

Masuku, M. B. (2010). The funding of a public service broadcaster in view of competition: A South African perspective. Journal of International Commercial Law & Technology, 5(2), 99-104.

Mayher, A., & McDonald, D. (2007). The print media in South Africa: paving the way for ‘privatisation’. Review of African Political Economy, 34(113), 443-460.

McDonald, D., & Jacobs, S. (2005). (Re)writing xenophobia: Understanding press coverage of cross-border migration in Southern Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 23(3), 295-325.

McGee, H. Y. (2009). Negro notes from the U.S.A.: Social perception and interpretations of race and gender in the United States and South Africa, 1945-1965. Journal of Pan African Studies, 3(1), 54-74.

Megwa, E. R. (2007). Bridging the digital divide: community radio’s potential for extending information and communication technology benefits to poor rural communities in South Africa. Howard Journal of Communications, 18(4), 335-352.

Megwa, E. R. (2007). Community radio stations as community technology centers: An evaluation of the development impact of technological hybridization on stakeholder communities in South Africa. Journal of Radio Studies, 14(1), 49-66.

Merrett, C. (2001). A tale of two paradoxes: Media censorship in South Africa, pre-liberation and post-Apartheid. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 15(1/2), 50.

Mhlanga, B. (2009). The community in community radio: A case study of XK FM, interrogating issues of community participation, governance and control. Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 30(1), 58-72.

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Motsaathebe, G. (2009). Gendered roles, images and behavioural patterns in the soap opera Generations. Journal of African Media Studies, 1(3), 429-448.

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Narunsky-Laden, S. (2007). Consumer magazines in South Africa and Israel. Journalism Studies, 8(4), 595-612.

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Odhiambo, T. (2006). Inventing Africa in the twentieth century: Cultural imagination, politics and transnationalism in Drum magazine. African Studies, 65(2), 157-174.

Odhiambo, T. (2008). The black female body as a ‘consumer and a consumable’ in current Drum and True Love magazines in South Africa. African Studies, 67(1), 71-80.

Olorunnisola, A. A. (2002). Community radio: Participatory communication in postapartheid South Africa. Journal of Radio Studies, 9(1), 126-145.

Orgeret, K. S. (2004). Unifying and dividing processes in national media: The Janus face of South Africa. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 18(1), 147-162.

Orgeret, K. S. (2008). From his master’s voice and back again? Presidential inaugurations and South African television – the post-Apartheid experience. African Affairs, 107(429), 611-629.

Otto, H., Fourie, L. M., & Froneman, J. D. (2007). The creation of an Internet public sphere by South Africa’s Independent Electoral Commission and Elections Canada. Communicare, 26(1), 27-43.

Peltzer, K. and S. Promtussananon (2003). Evaluation of Soul City school and mass media life skills education among junior secondary school learners in South Africa. Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, 31(8): 825-834.

Pillay, D. (2003). The challenge of partnerships between the state, capital and civil society: The case of the Media Development and Diversity Agency in South Africa. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary & Nonprofit Organizations, 14(4), 401-420.

Pityana, N. B. (2000). South Africa’s inquiry into racism in the media: The role of the national institutions in the promotion and protection of human rights. African Affairs, 99(397), 525-532.

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Rau, A., Milne, C., Du Toit, P., & Mdlongwa, F. (2008). Positioning independent community media: Findings from a case study of six small South African newspapers. Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research, 34(1), 95-112.

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Seekings, J. (1995). Media representations of ‘youth’ and the South African transition, 1989-1994. South African Sociological Review, 7(2), 25-42.

Shepperson, A., & Tomaselli, K. G. (2000). The Australian journalism vs cultural studies debate: Implications for South African Media Studies. Communicatio, 26(1), 60-72.

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Teer-Tomaselli, R. (2004). Transforming state-owned enterprises in the global age: Lessons from broadcasting and telecommunications in South Africa. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 18(1), 7-41.

Teer-Tomaselli, R. (2005). Images of negotiation: The story of an election told through print advertisements. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 19(1/2), 74-111.

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Thatcher, A., & Goolam, S. (2005). Defining the South African internet ‘addict’: Prevalence and biographical profiling of problematic internet users in South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology, 35(4), 766-792.

Tomaselli, K. G. (2003). ‘Our culture’ vs ‘foreign culture’. An essay on ontological and professional issues in African journalism. Gazette: International Journal for Communication Studies, 65(6), 427-441.

Tomaselli, K. G. (2004). Transformation of the South African media. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 18(1), 1-6.

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