Herman Wasserman
Herman Wasserman
Centre for Film and Media Studies, University of Cape Town
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Tabloid journalism in South Africa: true story!
H Wasserman
Indiana University Press, 2010
Mobile phones, popular media, and everyday African democracy: Transmissions and transgressions
H Wasserman
Popular communication 9 (2), 146-158, 2011
Towards an open ethics: Implications of new media platforms for global ethics discourse
SJA Ward, H Wasserman
Journal of Mass Media Ethics 25 (4), 275-292, 2010
War, media, and propaganda: A global perspective
BH Bagdikian, L Artz, N Badii, N Botha, N Chitty, DJ Collison, G Cowan, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2004
Popular media, democracy and development in Africa
H Wasserman
Routledge, 2010
The glocalization of journalism ethics
H Wasserman, S Rao
Journalism 9 (2), 163-181, 2008
Global media ethics revisited: A postcolonial critique
S Rao, H Wasserman
Global media and Communication 3 (1), 29-50, 2007
Globalized values and postcolonial responses: South African perspectives on normative media ethics
H Wasserman
International Communication Gazette 68 (1), 71-91, 2006
Towards de-westernizing journalism studies
H Wasserman, AS de Beer
The handbook of journalism studies, 448-458, 2009
Media ethics beyond borders: A global perspective
SJA Ward, H Wasserman
Routledge, 2010
Shifting selves: post-apartheid essays on mass media, culture & identity
H Wasserman, S Jacobs
Which public? Whose interest? The South African media and its role during the first ten years of democracy
H Wasserman, A De Beer
Critical Arts: A Journal of South-North Cultural and Media Studies 19 (1_2 …, 2005
Journalism in a new democracy: The ethics of listening
H Wasserman
Communicatio 39 (1), 67-84, 2013
China in South Africa: Media responses to a developing relationship
H Wasserman
Chinese Journal of Communication 5 (3), 336-354, 2012
Fake news from Africa: Panics, politics and paradigms
H Wasserman
Journalism 21 (1), 3-16, 2020
Is a new worldwide web possible? An explorative comparison of the use of ICTs by two South African social movements
H Wasserman
African Studies Review 50 (1), 109-131, 2007
Toward a global media ethics: Theoretical perspectives
CG Christians, S Rao, SJA Ward, H Wasserman
Ecquid Novi 29 (2), 135-172, 2008
Freedom’s just another word? Perspectives on media freedom and responsibility in South Africa and Namibia
H Wasserman
International Communication Gazette 72 (7), 567-588, 2010
An exploratory study of “fake news” and media trust in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa
H Wasserman, D Madrid-Morales
African Journalism Studies 40 (1), 107-123, 2019
Attack of the killer newspapers! The “tabloid revolution” in South Africa and the future of newspapers
H Wasserman
Journalism Studies 9 (5), 786-797, 2008
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