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Pineteh EA, and Mulu T. 2016. Tragic and heroic moments in the lives of forced migrants: memories of political asylum-seekers in post-apartheid South Africa. In Refuge, 32(3), pp 63-72.
Ralarala M, Pineteh EA, and Mchiza Z. 2016. A case study on the language and socio-cultural challenges experienced by international students studying at Cape Peninsula University of Technology. In South African Journal of Higher Education, 30(4), pp 231-255.
Rambiritch A. 2016. Evaluating the e ectiveness of a writing intervention for  rst-year, ‘at-risk’ students. In Language Matters, 47(1), pp 22-44.
Vivian BA, and Fourie T. 2016. Non-curricular postgraduate writing interventions at South African universities. In Journal for Language Teaching (SAALT Journal for Language Teaching), 50(1), pp 145-165.
Rambiritch A, and Weideman A. 2016. Telling the story of a test: The test of academic literacy for postgraduate students (TALPS). In Post-admission language assessment of university students. Springer.
Bowie A, and Cassim F. 2016. Linking classroom and community: a theoretical alignment of service learning and a human-centered design methodology in contemporary communication design education. In Education as Change, 20(1), pp 126-148.
du Preez AA. 2016. Performing the virtual double: Notes on self-amputation and self-ampli cation. In Communicare: Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa, 35(1), pp 108-125.
Joubert A, and Biernacka K. 2015. Cultural Heritage and New Technologies: the Role of Technology in Preserving, Restoring and Disseminating Cultural Knowledge. In Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies, 25, pp 21-33.
Mentz K, and Lauwrens J. 2016. When boys turn into women: a critical reading of postfeminist masculinity in The last of us. In Image and Text, 27, pp 7-27.
Pauwels MFA. 2016. Post-struggle art: Its vicissitudes and atavisms. Reconsidering the political value of Brett Murray’s Hail to the Thief works. In South African Journal of Philosophy, 35(2), pp 171-183.
Rath KA. 2016. Letters that speak: framing experiential properties of type. In Image and Text, 28, pp 59-100.
Reyburn DB. 2016. Seeing Things as They Are: G.K. Chesterton and the Drama of Meaning. Wipf and Stock.
Gbadamosi RO. 2016. Of wastelands and land lls. In African futures: Thinking about the future in word and image. Kerber Verlag. van Eeden J. 2016. Revisiting the lost city: the legend lives on. In A reader in themed and immersive spaces. ETC Press.
van Eeden J, and Lange J. 2016. Designing the South African nation: From nature to culture. In Designing worlds: national design histories in an age of globalization. Berghahn Books.
Cassim F. 2016. Design activism: an interface between design and citizenship. The relevance of critical citizenship education in an African context. SUN MeDIA Stellenbosch.
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