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Faculty of Humanities
Communication, pp. 494-508. London: SAGE Publications.
ISBN 978-1-84787-439-9.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. “Diplology”, or diplomatic rhetoric:
a case study regarding Iraq. In Ph.-J. Salazar (ed.), African
Yearbook of Rhetoric: Diplomatic Rhetoric in the South,
pp. 29-36. Cape Town: AfricaRhetoric Publishing. ISBN
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. “Mierda”, or concerning “evil” in
politics. A rhetorical analysis. In C. Hilb and Ph.-J. Salazar
(eds), New Beginnings: Argentina and South Africa, pp.
77-94. Melbosstrand, Cape Town: AfricaRhetoric Publishing.
ISBN 9780987033406.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. Figuration – a common ground of
rhetoric and anthropology. In Rhetoric Culture. New York,
USA: Berghahn Books Inc ISBN 978-0-85745-666-3.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. Thoughts on comparative rhetorics.
In R.-D. Chen (ed.), International Rhetoric Studies. Beijing,
China: Higher Education Press. ISBN 978-7-04-035336-5.
Saleh, I. 2012. Islamic televangelism: the Salafi window to
their paradise. In P.N. Thomas and P. Lee (eds), Global and
Local Televangelism, pp. 64-83. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
ISBN 9780230348103.
Saleh, I. 2012. Ups and downs from Cape to Cairo: the
journalistic practice of climate change in Africa. In E. Eide
and R. Kunelius (eds), Media Meets Climate. The Global
Challenge for Journalism, pp. 49-65. Sweden: Nordicom.
ISBN 978-91-86523-510.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Bosch, T. 2012. Blogging and tweeting climate change in
South Africa. Ecquid Novi - African Journalism Studies,
33(1): 44-53.
Bosch, T. 2012. Radio, race and identity in South Africa: the
case of Metro FM. Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 19(1):
Bosch, T. and Holland-Muter, S. 2012. Women crossing the
line: exploring the politics of gender and sexuality at the
University of Cape Town. Feminist Africa, 17: 82-90.
Chuma, W. 2012. Framing the Cape Town World Cup
stadium in the media: the politics of identity and sports in
South Africa. Journal of African Media Studies, 4(3): 315-329.
Haupt, A. 2012. Part IV: Is
Die Antwoord
Safundi: Journal of South African and American studies,
13(3-4): 417-423.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. Confessions of a Sometime Opium
Eater. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 45(3): 335-342.
Salazar, Ph.-J. 2012. Rituals of complicity, the ‘humanities’
rhetoric, and the closing of the South African mind. Social
Dynamics, 38(1): 48-54.
Saleh, I. 2012. Media and information literacy in South
Africa: goals and tools. Comunicar, 39(XX): 35-43.
Saleh, I. 2012. Street republic in Egypt: from bullets to
ballots. African Yearbook of Rhetoric, 3(3): 1-3.
Walton, M.N. and Pallitt, N. 2012. ‘Grand Theft South Africa’:
games, literacy and inequality in consumer childhoods.
Language and Education, 26(4): 347-361.
Peer-reviewed published conference
Pallitt, N. 2012. ‘What’s happening?’: Students’ use of
twitter in a social media seminar. Proceedings of 2012 e/
merge. Online Proceedings (e/merge 2012) - Open to
Change, 9-July 2012, Cape Town: Centre for Educational
Technology, University of Cape Town. ISBN 978-0-620-
Walton, M.N., Hassreiter, S., Marsden, G. and Allen,
S. 2012. Degrees of sharing: proximate media sharing
and messaging by young people in Khayelitsha. In P.
Baudisch et al (eds), Proceedings of MobileHCI’12.
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on
Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and
Services, 21-24 September 2012, New York. New York, USA:
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ISBN
Creative works
Glenn, I.E. 2012. The Kings Map: François Le Vaillant
in Southern Africa 1781-1784. New exhibition room,
Iziko South African Museum, Cape Town. 30/11/2012 to
26/05/2013. Commissioned by IFAS (French Institute of
South Africa), Iziko South African Museums, and DAC as
part of the France-South Africa Seasons 2012/2013.