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Title: Het handelsmerk Zuid-Afrika: Enkele overpeinzingen rondom de toeristische berichtgeving
Authors: Zajas, Paweł
Keywords: visual identity
tourist advertising
tourism
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Department of Dutch and South African Studies, Faculty of English
Citation: Werkwinkel vol. 4(1), 2009, pp.123-137
Abstract: The article analyses the rhetoric of Polish photos and tourist advertisements concerning the South African Republic. It demonstrates the discrepancy between the strategies implemented by South African state organizations (International Marketing Council) and the picture of South Africa abroad – in Poland in this case. A claim is made that the Republic of South Africa advertised as tourist space has nothing to do with the visual identity of the country as it is promoted by the International Marketing Council which emphasizes the post-1994 democratic changes and the country’s interculturality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/8042
ISSN: 1896-3307
Appears in Collections:Werkwinkel, 2009, vol. 4(1)

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