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From: Joseph Ransdell <ransdell <at> cspeirce.com>
Subject: Arnold Shepperson's Curriculum Vitae
Newsgroups: gmane.science.philosophy.peirce
Date: Friday 6th April 2007 08:47:23 UTC (over 11 years ago)
From: Joe Ransdell

It was suggested at the time of Arnold Shepperson's death not long ago that
his CV be posted to the list, and Keyan Tomaselli has provided that, which
appears below, following this brief message from Keyan:  


Dear Joe, Gary:

I have now more or less reconsructed Arnold's CV.   The idea was that it
could be posted on the Peirce List.  It's attached.

There are one or two articles authored or co-authored still in the
pipeline.
I will send the details on when they appear. 

Best regards      Keyan




CURRICULUM VITAE
	


 Name:	Arnold Shepperson
 Date of birth:	1949, September 3.
C. Academic Career.
i)  Was registered at the time of his death for the degree of Doctor of
Philosophy in the Philosophy and Ethics Programme, University of Natal,
Durban, South Africa.  Supervisor:  Professor John Collier.  Working title
of Dissertation:  On the Co-existence of Persistence and Change: A
semeiotic
and logical inquiry into the Ethnology of Social Developments.
ii)  University of Natal, Durban; 1995: obtained the degree of Master of
Arts in the Centre for Cultural and Media Studies.  Thesis title:  On the
Social Interpretation of Cultural Experience:  Reflections on Raymond
Williams's Early Cultural Writings (1958-1961).  Available on Internet at:
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/articles/culture.htm
iii)  University of Natal, Durban: 1991: obtained the degree of Bachelor of
Arts (Honours) cum laude, in the Centre for Cultural and Media Studies.
Long Essay title:  Teaching the Same and Learning the Other:  Philosophy,
Science and the Possibility of Cultural Studies.
iv)  University of Natal, Durban: 1987-90: obtained the degree of Bachelor
of Arts in the second class, major subjects Philosophy and English
Literature.
v)  University of Natal, Durban: 1986-7: partially completed first year of
the degree of Bachelor of Science (Engineering), electrical (Heavy
Current).
D. Research Experience.
2002-2005.  Client: Safety in Mines Research Advisory Council (SIMRAC),
Ministry of Minerals and Energy, Pretoria and Braamfontein.  Project
leader:
Prof. Keyan Tomaselli.  Position: researcher and presenter.  Research
report
title: Safety and the Logic of Hazard: Health and Safety culture as a
research problem.
2001.  Client: National Research Foundation, Human and Social Sciences
Research division.  Research director: Prof. Keyan Tomaselli.  Position:
Researcher and Report Editor.  Research topic: global review of
Communication, Journalism and Media Studies in South African institutions
of
higher education.  Report Title: National Research Foundation: State of the
Discipline, Communication Studies.  Author of major Appendix to report:
Realism, Logic, and Social Communication:  C.S. Peirce’s classification
of
science in communications studies and journalism.
(http://members.door.net/arisbe/menu/library/shepperson/JMC-Arisbe.htm).
2000.  Client: Ministry of Health, Directorate: Communication.  Research
Director: Warren Parker, Beyond Awareness Campaign, Johannesburg.  Research
topic: analysis of newspaper coverage of HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa.
Report title: HIV/AIDS Reporting in South Africa: an analysis of the
response of the press.  25pp.
2000.  Client: Durban Metropolitan Electricity.  Research Director: Prof.
Keyan Tomaselli.  Position:  Researcher for Graduate Programme in Cultural
and Media Studies.  Research topic: review of advertising media designed to
warn consumers against electricity theft.  Report title:  Strategic
Guidelines into Media Advertising Designed to Educate and Motivate against
Electricity Theft.  93pp.
1995-6.  Client: Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC).  Research
Director:
Prof. Keyan Tomaselli.  Position: Researcher (with Donald L. Guambe) for
Centre for Cultural and Media Studies.  Research topic: development of
framing documents for HSRC’s Cultural Reconstruction and Development
project
(CURED), and carrying out pilot research in Lamontville based on framing
document.  Publication resulting:  Developing Cultural Development Policy
Research Programmes:  a focus on the material communities of cultural
practice, Africa Media Review 11(1) 1997, 18-44.
1991-1995.  Client: Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC).  Research
director: Professor Johan Mouton.  Position: researcher.  Research topic:
methodology in the human and social sciences.  Report title (authored by A.
Shepperson):  On Pessimism in the Human Sciences:  toward a method of
generality (1995).  Available from A. Shepperson on request.
1991.  Client: Natal Newspapers.  Research Director: Professor Keyan
Tomaselli.  Project researcher: Ms Christina Scott.  Position: research
assistant.
Before 1990.   My position as Senior Mine Winder Inspector at GEC Mine
Winder Systems Company entailed routine research functions when new clients
were engaged.  This research involved analysing the use profile of
clients’
machinery, and drawing up routine inspection procedure reports.  Where
necessary, the research would extend to that required for creating
inspectors’ training manuals for new or unfamiliar equipment types.
2002-2004.  Research assignments proposals and execution, Masters and
Honours students in the Entertainment Education for Public Health
Communication module (DCS7HEM) in the Graduate Programme in Cultural and
Media Studies, University of Natal, Durban.
2002.  Co-supervisor for two Masters students in the Graduate programme in
Cultural and Media Studies, University of Natal, Durban.
Academic Outputs. 
i) Chapters in Books.
2006
K,G. Tomaselli, A Shepperson and M. Eke. “Orality in African Cinema:
reasoning, Representation and Relativism”.  In K.G. Tomaselli ,
Encountering
Modernity:  20th Century South African Cinemas.  Amsterdam:  Rozenberg,
71-92
2005
K.G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Negotiating Research with First
Peoples:
Becoming not-strangers.”  Where Global Contradictions are Sharpest:
Research stories from the Kalahari.  Amsterdam:  Rozenberg Publishers,
9-20.
2003
K.G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson. "What Relevance Cultural Studies
Post-September 11th?.  In N. Denzin and Y. Lincoln (Eds.)  9/11 in American
Culture. New York:  Altamira Press, 44-49.
2002
K.G. Tomaselli, A. Shepperson and W. Parker. "Comprehensive and Integrated
HIV/AIDS Preventions Campaigns: Potentials for South and Southern Africa".
In A.O. Alali and B.A. Jinadu (Eds.) Health Communication in Africa:
Contexts, Constraints and Lessons. University Press of America, 220-241.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli. “`Speaking in Tongues, Writing in
Vision’: Orality and Literacy in Televangelistic Communications.”  In
Stewart M. Hoover and Lynn Schofield Clark (Eds), Practicing religion in
the
Age of Media: explorations in media, religion, and culture.  New York:
Columbia University Press, 2002, pp. 345-360.
2000
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson. “South Africa.”  In G. Kindem (Ed.)
The
International Movie Industry.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University
Press, 140-164.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “South African Cultural Studies: A
Journal’s Journey from Apartheid to the Worlds of the Post.”  Cultural
Studies: A Research Volume.  Volume 5.  Stanford, Conn.: JAI Press Inc.
3-23.
1999
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Media Studies and Practice Reborn:
Recovering African Experiences.”  In M.W. Makgoba (Ed.) African
Renaissance,
Sandton: Mafube; and Cape Town: Tafelberg, 404-416.
K. G. Tomaselli, A. Shepperson, and Maureen Eke.  “Towards a Theory of
Orality in African Cinema.”  In K. Harrow (Ed.) African Cinema:
Post-colonial and Feminist Readings.  Trenton N.J. and Asmara, Eritrea:
Africa World Press, 45-71.
K.G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Culture, Media and the Intellectual
Climate:  Apartheid and Beyond.”  In A. Zegeye and R. Kriger (Eds).
Cultural
Change and Development in South Africa.  Zagreb: Culturelink, 35-58.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “African Gnoses and Geometries of
Difference: `Science’ vs `Priest-Craft’.”  In R. Haines and G. Wood
(Eds.),
Africa After Modernity.  Port Elizabeth ECP: Institute for Development
Planning and Research.
1997
A. Shepperson and Keyan G. Tomaselli.  “Resistance Through Mediated
Orality.”  In S. Hoover and K. Lundby (eds), Rethinking Media, Religion,
and
Culture.  Thousand Oaks CA.:  Sage Publications, 209-223.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Accepting the Other:  on the ethics
of
intercultural communication in ethnographic film.”  In C. Christians and
M.
Traber (Eds.) Communication Ethics and Universal Values.  Thousand Oaks CA:
Sage Publications, 277-299.
1993
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Popularizar la Semiotica.”  In
Revista
de Ciencias de la Informacion.  Madrid: Centre for the Study of
Communication and Culture, 233-256.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Semiotics in an African Context.” 
In
E. Tarasti ed.  Acta Semiotica Fennica II:  the borderlines of semiotics.
Imatra:  Publications of the International Semiotics Institute, 159-176.
ii)  Articles in Refereed Journals (SAPSE accredited or equivalent).
2005
K. G. Tomaselli, A. Shepperson and V. McLennn-Dodd.  “Research to Do,
Results to Sell:  Enabling Subjects and Researchers ,  Society in
Transition:  Journal of the South African Sociological Association, 36(1),
24-37
2003
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Special Issue:  From One to Another:
Auto-Ethnographic Explorations in Southern Africa.”  Cultural Studies ↔
Critical Methodologies, 3(4), 383-397. 
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson. "State of the Discipline: South African
Communication Studies in the 1990s", Communicare, 22(1), 131-158.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Gearing up the Humanities for the
Digital Era.”  Perspectives in Education, 21(2), 31-46.
K. G Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Le cinéma sud-Africaine après
l'apartheid: la restructuration d'une industrie.”  CinémAction 106,
250-257.
2002
K. G Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “State of the Discipline:
Communication
studies in South Africa.”  Ecquid Novi, 23(1), 189-213.
K. G Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “`Where’s Shaka Zulu?’  Shaka Zulu
as an
Intervention in Contemporary Political Discourse.”  Visual Studies,
17(2),
129-140.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli).  “Cultural Studies and Africa:
Excavating the subject-matter.”  The Journal of African Communications
4(1),
pp. 32-71.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Restructuring the Industry:  South
African Cinema beyond Apartheid.”  South African Theatre Journal 16,
63-79.
K.G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Ethics - A Radical Justice
Approach.”
Ecquid Novi, 23(2), 278-289.
A. Shepperson and K.G. Tomaselli.  “What Relevance Cultural Studies
Post-September 11th?”  Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 2(2),
143-156.
2000
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Sociopolitical Transformation and
the
Media Environment: Writing Africa into Modernity.”  Gazette/ the
international journal for communication studies 6(2/1), 31-43.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Culture, Media and the Intellectual
Climate: Apartheid and Beyond.”  Culturelink Special Issue 1989-1999
(Eds.
Abebe Zegeye and Robert Kriger), 35-58.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “South African Cinema Beyond
Apartheid:
Affirmative Action in Distribution and Storytelling.”  Social Identities,
6(2), 1-21.
K.G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “The Australian Journalism vs Cultural
Studies Debate:  Implications for South African Media Studies.”
Communicatio, 26(1), 60-72.
1999
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “The Poverty of Journalism: media
studies and `science’.”  Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural
Studies
13(2), 237-253.
1998
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Die Folgen der Apartheid und ihre
Uberwendung durch Zeichenanalyse:  Semiotik in Sudafrika.”  Zeitschrift
für
Semiotik, 20(1), 161-174.  
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Cultural Studies and Theoretical
Impoverishment.”  Ecquid Novi, 19(1), 89-99.
1997
A. Shepperson and D. L. Guambe.  “Developing Cultural Development Policy
Research Programmes:  a focus on the material communities of cultural
practice.”  Africa Media Review 11(1), 18-44.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “`Pretoria, here we come’:
re-historicising the post-apartheid future.”  Communicatio, 23(2), 24-33.
 
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  Course File for “Documentary Film,
Visual Anthropology, and Visual Sociology.”  Journal of Film and Video,
49(4), 44-57. 
1996
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Misreading Theory and Sloganizing
Analysis:  The Development of South African Media Film Policy.”  South
African Theatre Journal, 10(2), 161-174.  
A. Shepperson.  “AmaBokkebokke!  National Symbols and the Cultural Task
Beyond Apartheid.”  S - European Journal for Semiotic Studies, 8(2/3),
395-412.
http://www.ukzn.ac.za/ccms/socialsemiotics/socialsemiotics.asp?ID=4
K. G. Tomaselli, J. Muller and A. Shepperson.  “Negotiations, Transitions
and Uncertainty Principles:  Critical Arts in the Worlds of the Post.”
Critical Arts, 10(2), i-xxiii. 
1995
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Politics of Representation: Semiotic
Struggles in South Africa.”  Caiet de Semiotica 11, 1-19.
K. G. Tomaselli, M. Eke and A. Shepperson.  “Towards a Theory of Orality
in
African Cinema.”  Research in African Literatures, 26(3), 18-35.
1993
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Popularizar la Semiótica.” 
Revista de
Ciencias de la Information, 8 (special issue), 233-256.
1992
A.  Shepperson.  “Designating Structures: Cultural Studies, Philosophy
and
Semiotics.”  Communicatio, 18(1), 47-53.
http://www.ukzn.ac.za/ccms/socialsemiotics/socialsemiotics.asp?ID=7


1991
A. Shepperson.  “Nothing Significant: Unpacking the Body Language of
Zero.”
Communication Research Trends, 11(3).
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Popularising Semiotics.” 
Communication
Research Trends, (11/2).  Translated into Spanish and reprinted in Revista
de Ciencias de la Informacion.  Madrid: Centre for the Study of
Communication and Culture.
iii) Articles in Refereed Online Publications.
2000
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “A Confusion of Cinematic
Consciousness:
Southern Africa on Film in the United States.”  Safundi:  The Journal of
South African and American Comparative Studies, (October 20).
www.safundi.com/articles/tomaselli 
iv) Conference Proceedings.
2001
A. Shepperson and R. E. Teer-Tomaselli.  “Government, culture and
politics
in public service broadcasting: a southern view.”  In John Mukela (Ed)
Essays & Conversations on Media and Democracy.  Maputo: NSJ Trust, 151-175.
1997
A. Shepperson and Keyan G. Tomaselli.  “Phaneroscopy and Indeterminacy of
Translation.”  In I. Rauch and G. Carr (Eds.)  Semiotics Around The
World:
Synthesis in Diversity.  Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the
International Association for Semiotic Studies, Berkeley 1994.  The Hague:
Mouton, 879-881.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson. “`Something Old, Something Borrowed: 
A
Marriage of Past and Present Monumental images in South African TV
Advertisements after may 1994”.  In P. Landau and D. Kaspin (Eds), Images
and Empires:  A Conference on Visual Representations in and of Africa.  New
Haven, Conn: Yale University.
1996
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Africa, Semiotics, Context.”  In
N.J.C.
van den Bergh (Ed.) Proceedings of the VISTA University Law Faculty
symposium:  The Semiotics of Political Transition 1992. Port Elizabeth:
Vista University, 284-293.
v) Commentary Pieces and Reviews in Refereed Journals (SAPSE accredited or
equivalent)
1999
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Rounding up the usual suspects:
Truth,
reality and experience in cultural studies.  Response to Windschuttle
(1998).”  Ecquid Novi 19(2), 97-102.  
1998
A. Shepperson (review).  Appropriating Images:  the semiotics of visual
representation by Keyan G. Tomaselli.  Semiotische Berichte 20/2-4,
347-352.
A. Shepperson (review).  Appropriating Images: the semiotics of visual
representation by Keyan G. Tomaselli.  Visual Anthropology Vol. 11,
267-271.
1997
A. Shepperson.  “Eyes Left!  Some comments on Christo van Staden's
`Claiming
the African Mind.’”  Communicatio, 23(1), 79-85.  
A. Shepperson.  “Beyond Scholarship?  Ethnographic Film and Academic
Practice.”  Visual Anthropology, volume 7(3), 236-239.  
1994 
A. Shepperson.  “Tits'n'bums:  Film and the Appropriation of the Human
Body.”  Visual Anthropology, 6(4), 395-400. 
vi) Conference papers presented.
2002
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Development and the Supermarket of
Ideas.”  Southern African Communication Association, University of
Potchefstroom, October.
2001
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “State of the Discipline: 
Communication
Studies.”  Southern African Communication Association, Pretoria,
September.
A. Shepperson.  “Painting Pictures of the Enemy: Media literacy and
cultural
intelligence in a global political environment.”  Paper presented at
Sankofa
African Renaissance Development Institute & African Renaissance Development
Trust Conference/Festival, Ocean Conference Centre, Durban, April.
2000
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Nelson Mandela and the Logical
Continuity of Cultures.”  Cultural Icons Symposium, University of Lund,
Sweden.
1998
A. Shepperson and R. E. Teer-Tomaselli.  “Government, Culture And
Politics
In Public Service Broadcasting.”  Presented at Nordic-SADC Journalism
Training Workshop, Maputo.  27 February-3 March.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Media and Telecommunications.” 
African
Renaissance Conference, Johannesburg, 28-29 September.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Media Studies and Practice Reborn:
Recovering African Experiences.”  African Renaissance Conference. 
Midrand,
Gauteng, 28-29 September.
1997
A. Shepperson.  “Pragmaticism and Political Anthropology:  confronting
the
politics of the nature vs culture debate in development.”  Paper
presented
to the Symposium on Development, Culture and Communication, Pretoria: 
Human
Sciences Research Council.  September.
A. Shepperson.  “Of Borders and Boundaries:  notes toward a pragmaticist
conception of identity in an era of uncertain locality.”  Paper delivered
before conference on Identities, Democracy, Culture and Communication.
Durban:  University of Natal and University of Westminster.  4-6 February.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Restructuring the Industry:  South
African Cinema Beyond Apartheid.”  Paper delivered at International
Conference of the Society for Cinema Studies, Citadel Ottawa Hotel, Ottawa,
Canada.  15-18 May.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Mirror Communities and Straw
Individualisms:  Reconstructed essentialism and liberalism in African
cinema
discourses.”  African Literature Association Conference, East Lansing,
March
16-19.
1996
A. Shepperson.  “Redeveloping Development:  culture, communication and
pragmaticism in South African development-speak.”  Paper delivered before
the International Symposium on Culture, Communication and Development.
Pretoria:  Human Sciences research Council.  28-31 August.
A. Shepperson.  “The Uses of Communication:  pragmaticist considerations
about culture, community and education.”  Paper delivered before the 10th
Annual Conference of the African Council for Communication Education.
Bellville, WCP.  28 November - 2 December.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Misreading Theory and Sloganizing
Analysis:  The Development of South African Media Policy.”  International
Symposium:  Culture, Communication and Development, HSRC, Pretoria.  August
28-31, 1996.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Speaking in Tongues, Writing in
Vision:
Orality and Literacy in Televangelistic Communication.”  Plenary address,
conference on Media, Religion and Culture.  Boulder, Colorado.  11-14
January.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “The People's Communication Charter: 
An
International Covenant of Standards.  A Critical Appraisal.”  10th
Biennial
Conference of the African Council for Communication Education, Peninsula
Technikon, Bellville.  November 18-25, 1996.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Cultural Policy:  South Africa and
Australia.”  Cultural Studies Association of Australia Annual Conference,
Freemantle, December 1-4.
A. Shepperson and K. G. Tomaselli.  “Speaking in Tongues, Writing in
Vision:
Orality and Literacy in Televangelistic Communication.”  10th Biennial
Conference of the African Council for Communication Education, Peninsula
Technikon, Bellville.  November 18-25, 1996.
K. G. Tomaselli, A. Mpofu and A. Shepperson.  “National Monuments,
Cultural
Negotiations and the Rearticulation of Meaning.”  Moving Beyond Apartheid
conference.  Perth, Australia:  Murdoch University.
1995
D. L. Guambe and A. Shepperson.  “Developing Cultural Development Policy
Research Programmes:  a focus on the material communities of cultural
practice.”  Theoretical framing paper developed for and presented at
Cultural Reconstruction and Development (CURED) Seminar, CCMS in
conjunction
with Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), November.
K. G. Tomaselli, A. Mpofu and A. Shepperson.  “National Monuments,
Cultural
Negotiations and the Rearticulation of Meaning:  Moving Beyond
Apartheid.”
Cultural Policy Conference, Murdoch University, Australia, June.
1992
A. Shepperson.  “The Dilemma of Disposal:  Relations of Distribution in a
New Media Dispensation.”  Annual Conference of the Association of
Sociologists in South Africa, Pretoria.  August.
A. Shepperson.  “Semiotics, South Africa, and the Idea of a Context.” 
VISTA
University Law Faculty International Symposium on The Semiotics of
Political
Transition, Port Elizabeth 1992.
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “Semiotics in the African Context.”
XII
Annual Meeting and International Congresses of the International Semiotics
Institute of IMATRA and the Semiotics Society of Finland, Helsinki,
Finland,
July.
vii)  Other.
2001
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  “National Research Foundation: State
of
the Discipline, Communication Studies.”  
A. Shepperson.  “Realism, Logic, and Social Communication:  C.S.
Peirce’s
classification of science in communications studies and journalism.”
Appendix to “National Research Foundation: State of the Discipline,
Communication Studies.”.  66pp.
(http://members.door.net/arisbe/menu/library/shepperson/JMC-Arisbe.htm)
2000
A. Shepperson and P. van Laar.  “Qualitative Market Research Conducted
for
Durban Metro Electricity.”  Follow-up reception monitoring to
implementation
of report “Strategic Guidelines into Media Advertising Designed to
Educate
and Motivate against Electricity Theft.”  9pp.
A. Shepperson.  “Strategic Guidelines into Media Advertising Designed to
Educate and Motivate against Electricity Theft.”  Research report for
Durban
Metropolitan Council, Electricity Division.  93pp. (See above).
A. Shepperson.  “The End of an African Renaissance?”  Discussion
document
for African Renaissance International Workshop, International Convention
Centre, Durban.  11March, 3pp.
A. Shepperson and Cato Crest Business Association.  Development of funding
proposals for Articles of Association, and for selected SMME projects.
January-April.
A. Shepperson.  “HIV/AIDS Reporting in South Africa: an analysis of the
response of the press.”  Pretoria: Ministry of Health, Directorate:
Communication.
1999
A. Shepperson.  “Socio-political Policy and Implementation in
Telecommunication and Informatics.”   Prepared for the South African
National Commission for UNESCO:  Induction Workshop for Communication,
Information and Informatics.  HSRC, Pretoria, 13 July.
1998
Represented The Centre for Cultural and Media Studies at workshop on
HIV/AIDS for heads of media training institutions, Cresta Oasis Hotel,
Harare Zimbabwe.  9-11 February.
1997
K. G. Tomaselli and A. Shepperson.  Working Document for Task Team for
Media:  Department of Health.  Circulated for discussion to key
stakeholders
such as representatives of the provincial Departments of Health, NAPWA,
NACOSA and the AIDS Consortium.  University of Natal:  Mimeo.  The
Department of Health Directorate:  Communication implemented the strategy
developed in this document as the Beyond Awareness 1997-2000 programme, for
which a budget of R33 million was allocated.  Many of the recommended
strategies outlined in this document also appear in the Partnership Against
AIDS policy adopted by the state in 1998.  View at
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/public_health/working_doc.htm

A. Shepperson.  Reviews and commentary for California Newsreel (USA) video
production Prime Time South Africa.  Video available from California
Newsreel.
1996
A. Shepperson.  “Can SA Culture be CURED?”  Lead article in SubText No.
5:
Summer.  Also available on the web at
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/subtext/sacured.htm
A. Shepperson.  Film reviews for Film Resource Unit (FRU), Published in FRU
African Feature Film Catalogue, May 1996.  Versions of these reviews have
been requested by the Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC, USA.  Most are
also to be uploaded onto the African Studies Centre Web Site, Michigan
State
University, East Lansing MI, USA.
1995
A. Shepperson.  “On Pessimism in the Human Sciences:  toward a method of
generality”.  Research report for Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
into Methodology in the Human and Social Sciences.  30 pp.  Copies of
report
available on request.  See also above.
A. Shepperson.  Submission:  Green Paper on Telecommunications Policy,
1995.
28 pp.
1994
A. Shepperson.  “Disciplining the Disciplines.”  `Backword' in SubText
No.
1:  Summer.
A. Shepperson.  Submission:  Leon Commission of Enquiry into Health and
Safety on South African Mines.
1986-7
Report for the legal representatives of the National Union of Mineworkers,
fatal hoisting accident October 1986, at Randfontein Estates Gold Mine
Cooke
Section No. 3 Ventilation Shaft.  Presented to public law firm Cheadle,
Thompson and Haysom, Johannesburg.
 
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