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Herman Wasserman

Professor and Deputy Head of School of Journalism and Media Studies

Rhodes University

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Rhodes University

4151 Middlefield Road

Palo Alto, California,94303

United States

Company Description

Rhodes University prides itself on being an Institution that provides an enabling space for all Africans to become themselves by remaining grounded in a specific context, available to meet local needs. The paradigm has shifted to a community based one with the... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Lecturer

The University of Sheffield


Associate Professor Extraordinary

Stellenbosch University


Affiliations

Global Media Journal

Member of Editorial Boards


Journal of African Media Studies

Member of Editorial Boards


The Council for Research

RVP Associate Member, Department of Journalism


Education

BA


Web References(95 Total References)


African Books Collective: Media Ethics and Regulation

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Herman Wasserman, Professor of Journalism & Media Studies, Rhodes University, South Africa


Principal Investigators: The Worlds of Journalism Study

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Herman Wasserman, Rhodes University


Orbicom | South Africa, Grahamstown

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Herman Wasserman
Rhodes University E-mail: h.wasserman@ru.ac.za


Herman Wasserman

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Herman Wasserman
Herman Wasserman Herman Wasserman was born on 29 July 1969 at Port Elizabeth. He matriculated from Durbanville High School in 1987 and studied Afrikaans, and Dutch Literature as well as Journalism at the Stellenbosch University (BA, B Hons Journalism, MA, D Litt, 1990-2000). Herman worked as arts writer and books editor for Die Burger and has published two collections of short stories, as well as stories in collections such as Vonkfiksie and Uit die kontreie vandaan. He regularly contributes reviews and essays for newspapers and the cultural website LitNet, and has published academic articles and book chapters locally and internationally. He is Editor of the journal Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, associate editor of Journal of Global Mass Communication and member of editorial boards of Global Media Journal and Journal of African Media Studies. Herman Wasserman was senior lecturer and associate professor (2006 -2007) in the Department of Journalism of Stellenbosch University, where he served as associate professor extraordinary since 2007, when he accepted the position of Lecturer in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies at the The School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences (ECLS), Newcastle University, England. He joined the Department of Journalism Studies of the University of Sheffield (UK), in September 2008 as a senior lecturer. He is now Professor and Deputy Head of School of Journalism and Media Studies at Rhodes University Wasserman is project leader of an international research team investigating global media ethics and is and published a book on tabloid media in post-apartheid South Africa (Indiana University Press); participating in project funded by British Academy comparing political communication in new democracies Herman was selected as a fellow of the Media Ethics Colloquium Who will watch the watchdog in the Twitter Age?, St Louis, Missouri, USA, April 2010. Information by Herman Wasserman Webmaster


Herman Wasserman | Democracy in Africa

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Herman Wasserman Email Herman Wasserman Democracy in Africa Press freedom debates and journalism scholarship in South Africa By Herman Wasserman | Published: 22 May 2014 Herman Wasserman Kicking off our series on the media and democracy, Herman Wasserman highlights the role that academics can play in ongoing debates over media freedom. He focuses in on the role played by journalism scholars and educators in response to proposed reforms in South Africa. Herman is a Professor of Media Studies at Rhodes University and [...]


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