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    • The rise and demise of Scope magazine: a media-historical perspective 

      Froneman, Johannes Degenaar (Taylor & Francis, 2011)
      During the 1960s, 70s and 80s, Scope magazine became a South African publishing icon. It challenged the censorship laws of the time with pin-up pictures of bikini-clad girls and star-covered breasts. During the 1990s, when ...
    • Setting the tabloid agenda: what two Afrikaans-language tabloids offer their readers 

      10071474 - Fourie, Lynnette Mitizi; 10061053 - Froneman, Johannes Degenaar; 11778512 - Smith, Aletta Elizabeth Lukas GJVV (Taylor & Fancis, 2012)
      South African tabloids generally thrive while mainstream newspapers struggle to compete with the current front-runners, Afrikaans-language tabloid Son and the English-language Daily Sun. However, not all South African ...