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Title:Media, capacity building and gender parity: why we shouldn't look away
Editor:Azungi Dralega, CarolISNI
Year:2016
Periodical:Journal of African Media Studies (ISSN 1751-7974)
Volume:8
Issue:3
Pages:247-427
Language:English
City:Bristol
Publisher:Intellect
Geographic terms:Subsaharan Africa
South Africa
Uganda
Rwanda
Ethiopia
Kenya
Nigeria
Northeast Africa
Subjects:mass media
journalism
gender relations
race relations
trials
homicide
social media
cartoons
About person:Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius (1986-)ISNI
Link:https://doi.org/10.1386/jams.8.3.247_2
Abstract:The point of departure for this issue is the five-year NORHED project, 'Building capacity for a changing media environment in Uganda', funded by the Norwegian development agency NORAD. The focus of Part 1 of this issue is gender parity in journalism training, capacity building and within media practice. Part 2 focuses on the media coverage of the Oscar Pistorius case in South Africa, which illustrates the continued challenges of media representation particularly regarding race and gender. Contents: Media, capacity building and gender parity: why we shouldn't look away (Carol Azungi Dralega); Gender mainstreaming in media and journalism education: an audit of media departments in Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia (Carol Azungi Dralega, Agaredech Jemaneh, Margaret Jjuko, and Rehema Kantono); Gender and critical media-information literacy in the digital age: Kenya, South Africa and Nigeria (Okoth Fred Mudhai, Bianca Wright, and Aliyu Musa); The unexpected body: from Sara Baartman to Caster Semenya (Kristin Skare Orgeret); Gender in South African newsrooms (Tanja Bosch); Professional perceptions among male and female journalists on the Horn of Africa: a quantitative study (Terje Skjerdal); Vortextuality: The Oscar Pistorius trial, the media and the public (Wallace Chuma, and Musawenkosi W. Ndlovu); Reporting the Oscar Pistorius trial: a critical political economy reading of the mediation of the 'trial of the century' (Wallace Chuma); Reading cartoons' interpretation of the verdict and sentence in the Pistorius murder trial: the case of Zulu and English newspapers (Musawenkosi W. Ndlovu); The trials of the centuries: murder and the media in South Africa (Kelly Phelps, and Ian Glenn); Trial by media: the framing of Oscar Pistorius as the media spectacle (Kim Johnson); Twitter and the Oscar Pistorius trial (Katy Scott). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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