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/Dr Hugh Mangeya

Qualifications :

  • DLitt et Phil, UNISA;
  • M.A- MSU;
  • B.A (dual) Hons UZ,
  • PGDTE, MSU).

Some of the publications

  • Tagwirei C and Mangeya H (2013) ‘Juvenile’ Toilet Door Posting: An expression of gendered views on sex and sexuality. In Khamasi WJ, Longman C and van Haegendoren M (eds) Gender, Sexuality and the Media. A Question of Accountability?Eldoret: Moi University Press, pp. 27-42.
  • Mangeya H (2014) Children’s Sexualities, Adult Attitudes and the Exigency for Alternative Strategies in School Based Sex Education in Zimbabwe. Advances in Language and Literary Studies, Vol 5, Issue 6, (TBC)
  • Jakaza E and Mangeya H (2014) Nasal Assimilation in Shangwe Nasal-Obstruent Clusters: An Optimality theoretic approach. The Dyke, Vol 8, Issue 2, pp. 20-36.
  • Mangeya H (2014) Graffiti as an Agent for Effecting Sexual Behavioural Change among Female Students in Zimbabwe’s High Schools. In Mukaro L and Mugari V (eds) Trends in Zimbabwean Linguistics: MkanganwiFestchrift. forthcoming
  • Mangeya H (2015) Framing for Violence: South African Film before May 2008 and Perceptions on ‘Foreigners’, Journal of African Cinemas, Special Issue, forthcoming.

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