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An exploration of the link between selected women’s discourses and literacy resources in the working class township settlement of Wesbank, South Africa
South Africa became a globally recognised democratic country in need of a development agenda after its first democratic elections were held in 1994. Democratising South Africa, however, requires rigorous attempts to open ...
Reading the linguistic landscape: women, literacy and citizenship in one South African township
The purpose of this study was two-fold: firstly, to do a multimodal analysis of the multilingual signage, advertisements and graffiti present on different surfaces in the main business hub of a multicultural community ...