Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning?

A. Maes, K. Foesenek, H. Hoogwegt

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAdapting health communication to cultural needs
    Subtitle of host publicationOptimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention
    EditorsP. Swanepoel, H. Hoeken
    Place of PublicationAmsterdam
    PublisherBenjamins
    Pages151-170
    Number of pages20
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Maes, A., Foesenek, K., & Hoogwegt, H. (2008). Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning? In P. Swanepoel, & H. Hoeken (Eds.), Adapting health communication to cultural needs: Optimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention (pp. 151-170). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
    Maes, A. ; Foesenek, K. ; Hoogwegt, H. / Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning?. Adapting health communication to cultural needs: Optimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention. editor / P. Swanepoel ; H. Hoeken. Amsterdam : Benjamins, 2008. pp. 151-170
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    Maes, A, Foesenek, K & Hoogwegt, H 2008, Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning? in P Swanepoel & H Hoeken (eds), Adapting health communication to cultural needs: Optimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention. Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 151-170.

    Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning? / Maes, A.; Foesenek, K.; Hoogwegt, H.

    Adapting health communication to cultural needs: Optimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention. ed. / P. Swanepoel; H. Hoeken. Amsterdam : Benjamins, 2008. p. 151-170.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

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    Maes A, Foesenek K, Hoogwegt H. Visual health communication. How do low literate audiences understand visual meaning? In Swanepoel P, Hoeken H, editors, Adapting health communication to cultural needs: Optimizing documents in South-African health communication on Hiv/Aids prevention. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 2008. p. 151-170