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Rhetorics of resistance : opposition journalism in apartheid South Africa / Bryan Trabold.

By: Trabold, Bryan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN4748.S6 T73 2018Series: Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture: Publication: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, c2018Description: xv, 390 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780822965442 (pbk.); 0822965445 (pbk.).Subject(s): Freedom of the press -- South Africa -- History -- 20th century | Journalism -- South Africa -- History -- 20th century | Journalism -- Political aspects -- South Africa -- 20th century | African newspapers -- History -- 20th century | Apartheid -- South Africa
Contents:
Introduction -- "That's how nutty it was" : media in apartheid South Africa and the birth of the Weekly mail and New nation -- "In the interest of the public" : exploiting gaps within the apartheid government -- "Oblique speak" : rhetorical tactics for constructing meaning subversively -- "A hope in hell" : the legal approach of the Weekly mail -- "The Nats believed in legalism" : New nation's legal and ideological openings -- "Make one hell of a noise" : the struggle of New nation and Weekly mail to stay alive -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-378) and index.

Introduction -- "That's how nutty it was" : media in apartheid South Africa and the birth of the Weekly mail and New nation -- "In the interest of the public" : exploiting gaps within the apartheid government -- "Oblique speak" : rhetorical tactics for constructing meaning subversively -- "A hope in hell" : the legal approach of the Weekly mail -- "The Nats believed in legalism" : New nation's legal and ideological openings -- "Make one hell of a noise" : the struggle of New nation and Weekly mail to stay alive -- Conclusion.

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