BAHons, HDE, PGDipJMS, MA, PhD (Rhodes)
Room109 Africa Media Matrix
Upper Prince Alfred Street
School of Journalism and Media Studies
PO Box 94
JMS1: Representation, narrative and genre: a focus on news
JMS2: Representation, narrative and genre: a focus on SABC edutainment drama Intersexions
JMS2: Media History: an examination of Black South African newspapers and identity in three historical epochs
JMS3: Audience studies: Media imperialism and South African audiences, South African popular culture, Gender and the media and Visual self-representation and social media
PGDip: Journalism in South Africa: Institutions and representations
Honours: Textual studies: Children in South African media, andGender in South African media
Honours/MA elective: South African film studies: the gangster genre andSelf-representation and social media platforms
Member of the School’s Upstart Youth Development project committee. Current project involves working with young people and mobile phones in relation to education.
Member of SACOMM and IAMCR
Post-feminism and popular culture in South Africa
Children and mobile media in Africa
Tabloid newspapers and media criminology
Boshoff, P. and Prinsloo, J. 2019. Gender, sexuality and media. In Iqani, M. and Chiumbu, S. (eds.) Media Studies: decolonising approaches. OUP. In print.
Boshoff, P. and Prinsloo, J. 2017. Secrets, lies and redemption. African Studies 76(1): 121-139.
Boshoff, P. 2016. Lives “on hold”: the Daily Sun and the South African identity document. Communicare 35(1): 41-58.
Boshoff, P. and Garman, A. 2016. Capital or critique? When journalism education seeks to influence the field. Critical Arts 30(5): 607-622.