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Periodical articleGaber, Ivor and Lora-Kayambazinthu, Edrinnie (2014)
See this documentWhose media, whose agenda? Monitoring the Malawi 2014 tripartite elections
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 106-114.

Periodical articleAkpojivi, Ufuoma (2014)
See this documentDemocratising the media in the new democracies of Ghana and Nigeria: challenges and prospects
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 87-105.

Periodical articleKing'ara, George Ngugi (2014)
See this documentThe political economic history of the introduction of television in Kenya
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 73-86.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Everette (2014)
See this documentThe re-emergence of diasporic radio in independent Zimbabwe
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 54-72.

Periodical articleAmbala, A. Terah (2014)
See this documentReimagining the Kenyan television broadcasting scape: active user-generated content (AUGC) as an emancipating platform
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 39-53.

Periodical articleMutsvairo, Bruce and Columbus, Simon and Leijendekker, Iris (2014)
See this documentReconnoitering the role of (citizen) journalism ethics in the emerging networked public sphere
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #3. p. 4-22.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Musawenkosi W. (2014)
See this documentSouth African young adults' viewership of television news and implications for democracy
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 92-108.

Periodical articleBashri, Maha (2014)
See this documentThe use of ICTs and mobilisation in the age of parallel media - an emerging fifth estate? A case study of Nafeer's flood campaign in the Sudan
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 75-91.

Periodical articleReid, Julie (2014)
See this documentThird-party complaints in the system of press regulation: inviting the reader to take part in journalistic accountability and securing press freedom
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 58-74.

Periodical articleOfori-Parku, S. Senyo (2014)
See this documentReality effect or media effect? Television's moulding of the environmental sanitation agenda in Ghana
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 40-57.

Periodical articlePrinsloo, Jeanne (2014)
See this documentExamining the relationship between the news media and the ANC: a case study of Nkandla coverage
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 23-39.

Periodical articleLublinski, Jan (ed.) (2014)
See this documentAdvances in African and Arab science journalism: capacity building and new newsroom structures through digital peer-to-peer support
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #2. p. 4-22.

Periodical articleEkdale, Brian (2014)
See this documentSlum discourse, media representations and 'maisha mtaani' in Kibera, Kenya
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #1. p. 92-108.

Periodical articleMody, Bella (2014)
See this documentComparing the United Kingdom's 'Guardian' newspaper with its co-owned South African 'Mail & Guardian Online': towards productive global north-south collaborations in the digital world information order
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #1. p. 74-91.

Periodical articleOjo, Tokunbo (2014)
See this documentAfrica in the Canadian media: the 'Globe and Mail''s coverage of Africa from 2003 to 2012
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #1. p. 43-57.

Periodical articleMalaolu, Patrick O. (2014)
See this documentSources and the news from Africa: why are there no skyscrapers in Nigeria?
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #1. p. 25-42.

Periodical articleOgunyemi, Olatunji (2014)
See this documentThe impact of ethnocentric news values on the framing of Africa: a case study of African diasporic press in the United Kingdom
Abstract presentEcquid novi: African journalism studies. Volume 35 #1. p. 9-24.

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