|Maes, Dr. A.A. (Alfons)|
Research into visual and verbal literacy and functional communication skills of low literate audiences, with a particular focus on health related communication (AIDS) in South-Africa.
Scientist / researcher
Education; Aids; Access to new technologies; Identity, culture, language
(013) 466 2058
NARCIS (Dutch Research Database)|
|Organisation / affiliation|
|1.||University of Twente||Enschede|
4 publications found in harvested repositories
|1.||Understanding motion in static pictures: How do low-educated South-Africans evaluate arrows in health-related pictures?|
2009 - Hoogwegt, H.; Maes, A.; Wijk, C. van
|2.||HIV/AIDS messages as a spur for conversation among young South Africans?|
2010 - Lubinga, E.; Schulze, M.; Jansen, C.J.M.; Maes, A.
|3.||HIV/AIDS messages as a spur for conversation among youth South Africa?|
2010 - Lubinga, E.; Schulze, H.-J.; Jansen, C.; Maes, A.
|4.||Is a picture always worth a thousand words?: a quantitative and qualitative study on how low literate an literate South Africans comprehend modal visuals from public information documents on HIV/AIDS|
2006 - Foesenek, K.
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