Mainstreaming gender into the journalism curriculum: Paper presented at the Gender in Media Education Regional Conference, 29-30 March 2010.
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Women writers' use of metaphor as gender rhetoric in discourse on HIV/AIDS and sex-related issues: The case of "Totanga patsva" (We start afresh) by Zimbabwe Women Writers. Kangira, Jairos; Mashiri, Pedzisai; Gambahaya, Zifikile (Polytechnic of Namibia, Department of Communication., 2007)This article analyses the metaphors that women writers use to communicate various messages about HIV/AIDS and sex. We argue that the writers use metaphors in their discourse mainly because the Shona culture places ...
An exploratory study on strategic planning and the role of communication in the public service of Namibia with specific reference to the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare. Wandjiva, Jackson Tuhafeni (2011)A strategic plan is a management tool that is used to transform organizational objectives into actions. Public Service managers have a responsibility to ensure that strategic plans are developed to stir the organization ...