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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Film Science, University of Venda, course: Media studies, language: English, abstract: This paper intends to examine how culture and race are represented in South African television industry; the focus is laid on South Africa's oldest and most watched soap operas: 'Generations' and 'Muvhango'. Culture and race are some of the most crucial terminologies in South African history and because of this reason they are defined and deeply explained in this paper. The paper also defines representation from a philosophical point of view, moving on to a media point of view, which then leads to the critical detailed analysis of how culture and race are represented in South African television paying special attention to two of the most popular soap operas.
Mr Lutendo Nendauni is a writer, translator, motivator, aspiring journalist and a media practitioner, With a Degree in Media Studies and a Diploma in Intermediate English. He is Currently reading towards an honours degree in Applied Linguistics with specialisation in Sign language and socio-linguistics. He has worked as a tutor to media studies students under the department of academic development unit at the University of Venda in South Africa where he did his first degree
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Subtítulo: AFRICAN SOAP OPERAS. 'GENERATIONS' AND 'MUVHANGO'