Nathalie Hyde-Clarke
Nathalie Hyde-Clarke
Vice Dean: Education, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo Metropolitan University
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The use of Facebook for political commentary in South Africa
M Steenkamp, N Hyde-Clarke
Telematics and informatics 31 (1), 91-97, 2014
Political posturing and the need for peace journalism in South Africa: the case of Julius Malema
N Hyde-Clarke
Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research 37 …, 2011
Revisiting the'Leapfrog'debate in light of current trends of mobile phone Internet usage in the Greater Johannesburg area, South Africa
N Hyde-Clarke, T Van Tonder
Journal of African Media Studies 3 (2), 263-276, 2011
The citizen in communication: Re-visiting traditional, new and community media practices in South Africa
N Hyde-Clarke
Juta and Company Ltd, 2010
Communication and media ethics in South Africa
N Hyde-Clarke
Juta and Company Ltd, 2011
The Impact of Mobile Technology on Economic Growth amongst ‘Survivalists’ in the Informal Sector in the Johannesburg CBD, South Africa
N Hyde-Clarke
International Journal of Business and Social Sciences 4 (16), 149-156, 2013
The urban digital divide: a comparative analysis of internet cafés in Johannesburg, south africa
N Hyde-Clarke
Review of African political economy, 150-156, 2006
Peace journalism in South Africa: A theoretical discussion
N Hyde-Clarke
Communicare: Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa 31 (sed-1 …, 2012
Nation-Building and the FIFA World Cup, South Africa 2010
N Hyde-Clarke, R Ottosen, T Miller
African Football, Identity Politics and Global Media Narratives: The Legacy …, 2014
The use of social media as news sources by South African political journalists
Y Rodny-Gumede, N Hyde-Clarke
Online Journalism in Africa, 104-120, 2014
Putting a face on it: Individual exposure and subjectivity in journalism
BK Fonn, H Hornmoen, YB Hågvar, N Hyde-Clarke
Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2017
" Beyond stereotypes": representations of a foreign culture in film students' productions
N Hyde-Clarke
Literator: Journal of Literary Criticism, Comparative Linguistics and …, 2008
‘But it’s not real’. South African youth’s perceptions of reality TV’
N Hyde-Clarke
Young People, Soap Operas and Reality TV, Goteborg: Nordicom, 211-218, 2004
Transforming a segregated and patriarchal tertiary education system in South Africa
N Hyde-Clarke Humphries
South African Journal of Higher Education 14 (3), 27-31, 2000
Media health: The personal in public stories
H Hornmoen, BK Fonn, N Hyde-Clarke, YB Hågvar
Universitetsforlaget, 2020
Facebook and public debate: An informal learning tool for the youth
N Hyde-Clarke
Journal of African Media Studies 5 (2), 131-148, 2013
The South African media and the war in Iraq
T Kupe, N Hyde-Clarke
Global War-local Views, 151-164, 2005
International media regime and news management: Implications for African States
M Shrivastava*, N Hyde‐Clarke**
Politikon 31 (2), 201-218, 2004
Conducting online research and the use of online sources: South African journalist practices
Y Rodny-Gumede, N Hyde-Clarke
Online journalism in Africa, 2012
The utility of adopting problem-based learning in an international relations foundation course
J Ala, N Hyde-Clarke
Education as change 10 (1), 121-132, 2006
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