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Research outputs: MAGAZINES
2009 New women, old messages?: constructions of femininities, race and hypersexualised bodies in selected South African magazines, 2003-2006
This article discusses the ways in which racialised femininities are differently presented as hyper(hetero)sexual in three South African mag...
2008 Unnamed men and available women: connecting the popular, the personal and the political in racialised hyperheterosexual representations of women in South African magazines
The aim of this presentation is to reflect on the linkages between the popular, the personal and the political. I do this through interrogat...Download this report
2008 'There's got to be a man in there': reading intersections between gender, race and sexuality in South African magazines
The aim of this article is to interrogate the ways that compulsory heteropatriarchy establishes women's representation as hyper(hetero)sexua...
This paper explores notions of objectivity, neutrality and the 'political' in the views of South African magazine editors, and how these vie...