Tomaselli, Keyan (ed.); Louw, P. Eric (ed.); Johnson, Shaun; Switzer, Lee; Raubenheimer, Lwellyn; Pinnock, Don; Ntshakala, Siza; Emdon, Clive
The Alternative Press in South Africa (Studies on the South African Media)
Hard Cover, Chicago: Lake View Press, 1992. Good with no dust jacket.
Square, tight binding and hinges. Clean, age-darkened pages. Cloth over boards is edge rubbed. 236 pp. Contents: Contents: Louw and Tomaselli, "Developments in the Conventional and Alternative Presses, 1980-1989"; Johnson, "An Historical Overview of the Black Press"; Switzer, "Moderation and Militancy in African Naitonalist Newspapers during the 1920s"; Louw and Tomaselli, "The Struggle for Legitimacy: State Pressures and the Media 1950-1991"; Raubenheimer, "From Newsroom to the Community: Struggle in Black Journalism"; Pinnock, "Popularise, Organise, Educate and Mobilise: Culture and Communication in the 1980s"; Tomaselli, "The Progressive Press: Extending the Struggle, 1980-1986"; Tomaselli and Louw, "The South African Progressive Press under Emergency, 1986-1989"; Johnson, "Resistance in Print: Grassroots and Alternative Publishing, 1980-1986"; Louw, "Resistance in Print II: Developments in the Cape, 1895-1989: Saamstan, Grassroots, and South"; Emdon, "The New African: Hopes, Struggles and Problems"; Louw and Tomaselli, "Impact of the 1990 Reforms on the Alternative Media"; notes, references, index. 8.5" (21.5 cm) tall.