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Periodical articleBrinkman, Inge and Both, Jonna and Bruijn, Mirjam de (2017)
See this documentThe mobile phone and society in South Sudan: A critical historical-anthropological approach
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #2. p. 323-337.

Periodical articleGarcía-Mingo, Elisa (2017)
See this documentMamas in the newsroom: women's journalism against sexual violence in Eastern Congo
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 215-227.

Periodical articleAnyidoho, Paul (2017)
See this documentStylistic features of rural print media in Ghana
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 195-213.

Periodical articleOmwoha, Joyce (2017)
See this documentFormation of citizenship through radio talk participation in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 181-194.

Periodical articleHove, Elizabeth F. (2017)
See this documentOf witches, babes and wife bashers: images of gender in Zimbabwean tabloids
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 163-179.

Periodical articleMoreau, Julie and Daku, Mark (2017)
See this documentMuch 'I do' about nothing? The impact of South Africa's Civil Union Act on media representations of marriage
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 145-161.

Periodical articleKasoma, Twange and Pitts, Greg (2017)
See this documentThe Zambian press freedom conundrum: reluctance rather than resilience
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 129-144.

Periodical articleGinsberg, Raphael (2017)
See this documentThe murder of Chris Hani: the neo-liberalization of South African news narratives
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 113-128.

Periodical articleSegopolo, Irene M. and Tomaselli, Keyan G. (2017)
See this document'I will not share my partner': the 'care of the self' in an HIV prevention campaign
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 91-111.

Periodical articleFörster, Till and Schlehe, Judith (eds.) (2017)
See this documentPassages of culture: media and mediality in African societies
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 9 #1. p. 3-90.

Periodical issueAzungi Dralega, Carol (ed.) (2016)
See this documentMedia, capacity building and gender parity: why we shouldn't look away
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 247-427.

Periodical articlePiotrowska, Agnieszka (2016)
See this document'Lovers in time': practice research in the times of patriotic journalism in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 219-238.

Periodical articleTeer-Tomaselli, Ruth (2016)
See this documentCapacity building, tertiary postgraduate interventions and the changing media environment in southern and eastern Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 205-218.

Periodical articleMalila, Vanessa and Oelofsen, Marietjie (2016)
See this documentYoung citizens in South Africa: a paradox of engagement with politics and the media
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 187-203.

Periodical articleLemke, Jeslyn and Chala, Endalk (2016)
See this documentTweeting democracy: an ethnographic content analysis of social media use in the differing politics of Senegal and Ethiopia's newspapers
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 167-185.

Periodical articleMpofu, Shepherd (2016)
See this documentZimbabwe's state-controlled public media and the mediation of the 1980s genocide 30 years on
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 145-165.

Periodical articleMahali, Alude (2016)
See this documentMaid to serve: 'self-fashioning' and the domestic worker trope in contemporary South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 127-143.

Periodical articleCook, Christopher R. (2016)
See this documentDiamonds are forever? Press coverage of African conflicts and the Westphalian filter of resource wars
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #2. p. 109-126.

Periodical articleJacobs, Sean (2016)
See this documentInstagramming Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 91-102.

Periodical articleNgcongo, Mthobeli (2016)
See this documentThe dialectics of mobile communication in South African romantic relationships
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 75-90.

Periodical articleMosime, Sethunya Tshepho and Mhlanga, Brilliant (2016)
See this documentHistorical entanglements, conflicting agendas and visions: Radio Botswana and the making of a national radio station
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 55-73.

Periodical articleDe Beer, Arnold S. (ed.) (2016)
See this documentBinary opposites: can South African journalists be both watchdogs and developmental journalists?
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 35-53.

Periodical articleUreke, Oswelled (2016)
See this documentState interference, para-politics and editorial control: the political economy of 'Mirrorgate' in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 17-34.

Periodical articleFisher, Alexander (2016)
See this documentModes of 'griot' inscription in African cinema
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 8 #1. p. 5-16.

Periodical articleJacobs, Sean (2015)
See this documentEmergent African digital identities: the story behind 'Africa is a Country'
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 345-357.

Periodical articleMutsvairo, Bruce and Sirks, Lys-Anne (2015)
See this documentExamining the contribution of social media in reinforcing political participation in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 329-344.

Periodical articleTomaselli, Keyan and Sakarombe, Phebbie (2015)
See this documentGriots, satirical columns, and the micro-public sphere
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 315-327.

Periodical articleDekie, Afra (ed.) (2015)
See this documentNollywood online: between the individual consumption and communal reception of Nigerian films among African diaspora
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 301-314.

Periodical articleWachanga, D. Ndirangu (2015)
See this documentEthnic differences vs nationhood in times of national crises: the role of social media and communication strategies
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 281-299.

Periodical articleMhagama, Peter (2015)
See this documentExpanding access and participation through a combination of community radio and mobile phones: the experience of Malawi
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 267-280.

Periodical articleMilton, Viola Candice (2015)
See this documentScreening culture, tweeting politics1: media citizenship and the politics of representation on SABC2
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #3. p. 245-265.

Periodical issueMano, Winston (ed.) (2015)
See this documentFrom analogue to digital social media in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #2. p. 105-240.

Periodical issueJedlowski, Alessandro (ed.) (2015)
See this documentSpecial issue: across media: mobility and transformation of cultural materials in the digital age
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 7 #1. 99p.

Periodical articleMudavanhu, Selina Linda (2014)
See this documentThe politics of 'patriots' and 'traitors' on Radio Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 327-343.

Periodical articleSwanepoel, J.H. (2014)
See this documentStaging the body and space in television: Jozi H as a case in point
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 313-326.

Periodical articleDaniels, Glenda (2014)
See this documentHow far does Twitter deepen democracy through public engagement? An analysis of journalists' use of Twitter in the Johannesburg newsroom
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 299-311.

Periodical articleOnuzulike, Uchenna (2014)
See this documentDiscussing the Igbo language on the Igbo Internet radio: explicating ethnolinguistic vitality
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 285-298.

Periodical articleUgangu, Wilson and Fourie, Pieter (2014)
See this documentLinking normative theory to media policy-making: a case study of Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 265-283.

Periodical articleChiumbu, Sarah Helen (2014)
See this documentThe world is our community: rethinking community radio in the digital age
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 249-264.

Periodical articleJjuuko, Margaret and Prinsloo, Jeanne (2014)
See this documentThe representation of the environmental crises on Lake Victoria in Uganda's media: a critical analysis of the Victoria Voice radio documentaries
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 213-229.

Periodical articleSmith, Jade and Adendorff, Ralph (2014)
See this documentForward with the people: a linguistic analysis of the imagined community in letters to the Daily Sun
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 199-212.

Periodical articleFrère, Marie Soleil (2014)
See this documentJournalist in Africa: a high-risk profession under threat
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 181-198.

Periodical articleWasserman, Herman and Mwende Maweu, Jacinta (2014)
See this documentThe tension between ethics and ethnicity: examining journalists' ethical decision-making at the Nation Media Group in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 165-179.

Periodical articleSmith, Elizabeth (2014)
See this documentUsing Public Service Broadcasting to promote development
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 157-164.

Periodical articleUdoakah, Nkereuwem and Negrine, Ralph (2014)
See this documentMDGs in Nigeria, communication and the media
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 139-156.

Periodical articlePiotrowska, Agnieszka (2014)
See this documentMourning and melancholia at the Harare International Festival of the Arts
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 111-130.

Periodical articleChari, Tendai (2014)
See this documentPerforming patriotic citizenship: Zimbabwean diaspora and their online newspaper reading practices
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 91-109.

Periodical articleNwabueze, Chinenye and Ekwughe, Victoria (2014)
See this documentNigerian newspapers' coverage of the effect of Boko Haram activities on the environment
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 71-89.

Periodical articleWekesa, Bob (2014)
See this documentWhose event? Official versus journalistic framing of the fifth Forum on China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC V)
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 57-70.

Periodical articleUys, Gerhard (2014)
See this documentThe 'Maestro Film Project'
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 43-55.

Periodical articleMaweu, Jacinta Mwende (2014)
See this documentA clash between journalistic and capitalist values? How advertisers meddle in journalists' decisions at the Nation Media Group in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 27-42.

Periodical articleMillanga, Amani (2014)
See this documentThe concept of public service broadcasting in a changing Africa: a Tanzanian experience
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 6 #1. p. 7-25.

Periodical articleMahoney, L. Meghan and Bates, Benjamin R. (2013)
See this documentThe impacts of an entertainment-education radio serial drama in Botswana on outcomes related to HIV prevention goals in the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 353-367.

Periodical articleSemujju, Brian (2013)
See this documentClimate change in Ugandan media: a 'Global Warming' of journalism ethics
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 337-352.

Periodical articleMhiripiri, Nhamo Anthony (2013)
See this documentAlternative Dispute Resolution Systems in the Zimbabwean media industry and the debate on self-regulation
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 313-336.

Periodical articleOjebode, Ayobami (2013)
See this documentEthical dilemma revisited: PBO newspapers and the professional elbowroom of the Nigerian journalist
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 295-312.

Periodical articleStrand, Cecilia (2013)
See this documentThe rise and fall of a contentious social policy option: narratives around the Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill in the domestic press
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 275-294.

Periodical articleObiaya, Ikechukwu (2013)
See this documentTaking Nigeria to the movies: the innovative regulatory role of the National Film and Video Censors Board
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 261-274.

Periodical articleMadu, Robert and Moguluwa, Shedrack Chinwuba (2013)
See this documentWill the social media lenses be the framework for sustainable development in rural Nigeria?
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 237-254.

Periodical articleAbubakar, Abdullahi Tasiu (2013)
See this documentSelective believability: a perspective on Africans' interactions with global media
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 219-236.

Periodical articleTietaah, Gilbert K.M. (2013)
See this documentNegative political advertising and the imperative of broadcast regulation in Ghana
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 203-217.

Periodical articleSendín, José Carlos (2013)
See this documentCôte d'Ivoire 2010-2011 post-electoral crisis: an approach from the media
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 187-201.

Periodical articleNdlovu, Musawenkosi and Mbenga, Chilombo (2013)
See this documentFacebook, the public sphere and political youth leagues in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 169-186.

Periodical articleWalton, Marion and Leukes, Pierrine (2013)
See this documentPrepaid social media and mobile discourse in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 149-167.

Periodical articleHyde-Clarke, Nathalie (2013)
See this documentFacebook and public debate: an informal learning tool for the youth
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 131-148.

Periodical articleBosch, Tanja (2013)
See this documentYouth, Facebook and politics in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 119-130.

Periodical articleSalawu, Abiodun (2013)
Communication and media studies in South Africa: observations, impressions and remarks
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 87-100.

Periodical articleKhamis, Sahar and Vaughn, Katherine (2013)
Cyberactivism in the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions: potentials, limitations, overlaps and divergences
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 69-86.

Periodical articleCole, Bernadette and Silverman, Jon (2013)
The media's reporting of war crimes trials and its impact on post-conflict democracy in Sierra Leone and Liberia
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 53-67.

Periodical articleKivikuru, Ullamaija (2013)
Upstairs downstairs: communication contradictions around two African refugee camps
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 35-51.

Periodical articleWay, Lyndon C.S. (2013)
Orientalism in online news: BBC stories of Somali piracy
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 19-33.

Periodical articleEtkin, Esther (2013)
Using narrative communication in a mass-produced youth magazine as an HIV prevention intervention
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 5 #1. p. 3-17.

Periodical articleAlozieuwa, Simeon H.O. (2012)
The media and democratic consolidation in Nigeria: an overview of government-media relations, 1999-2009
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 377-393.

Periodical articleAdesoji, Abimbola Omotayo and Alimi, Shina (2012)
The Nigerian press and the challenge of private newspaper ownership: a study of the 'Nigerian Tribune', 1949 - 2009
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 357-376.

Periodical articleMhiripiri, Joyce Tsitsi (2012)
Towards an epistemology of management and economics in the Zimbabwean music industry
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 339-355.

Periodical articleChuma, Wallace (2012)
Framing the Cape Town World Cup stadium in the media: the politics of identity and sports in South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 315-329.

Periodical articleKuhlmann, Jenny (2012)
Zimbabwean diaspora politics and the power of laughter: humour as a tool for political communication, criticism and protest
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 295-314.

Periodical articleWasserman, Herman and Mbatha, Loisa (2012)
Tabloid TV in Zambia: a reception study of Lusaka viewers of Muvi TV news
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 277-293.

Periodical articleManganga, Kudakwashe (2012)
The use of jokes and mobile telephony to create counter-publics in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 243-255.

Periodical articleJansen, Karine Aasgaard (2012)
The printed press's representations of the 2005-2007 chikungunya epidemic in Réunion: political polemics and (post)colonial disease
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 227-242.

Periodical articleMhlanga, Brilliant (2012)
Sociologies of voice and language - radio broadcasting and the ethnic imperative
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 209-226.

Periodical articleUfuoma, Akpojivi (2012)
Community radio regulation and its challenges in Ghana
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 193-207.

Periodical articleElareshi, Mokhtar and Gunter, Barrie (2012)
Patterns of news media consumption among young people in Libya
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 173-191.

Periodical articleMbarga, Gervais and Lublinski, Jan and Fleury, Jean-Marc (2012)
New perspectives on strengthening science journalism in developing countries: approach and first results of the 'SjCOOP' mentoring project
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 157-172.

Periodical articleM'Bayo, Ritchard Tamba and Sunday, Oloruntola and Amobi, Ifeoma (2012)
Intellectual poverty and theory building in African mass communication research
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #2. p. 139-155.

Periodical articleMusa, Aliyu Odamah (2012)
Socio-economic incentives, new media and the Boko Haram campaign of violence in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 111-124.

Periodical articleFranks, Suzanne and Shaw, Ibrahim Seaga (eds.) (2012)
Media and the war on terror in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 4 #1. p. 3-96.

Periodical articleZuiderveld, Maria (2011)
'Hitting the glass ceiling': gender and media management in sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #3. p. 401-415.

Periodical articleChari, Tendai (2011)
Future prospects of the print newspaper in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #3. p. 367-388.

Periodical articleMody, Bella (2011)
Student civic engagement with humanitarian disasters: collaborative cross-national research on Darfur reporting
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #3. p. 349-366.

Periodical articleMusa, Mohammed (2011)
Media flows, domination and discourse in Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #3. p. 329-348.

Periodical articleAlzouma, Gado (2011)
Young people, computers and the Internet in Niger
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 277-292.

Periodical articleHyde-Clarke, Nathalie and Van Tonder, Tamsin (2011)
Revisiting the 'leapfrog' debate in light of current trends of mobile phone Internet usage in the Greater Johannesburg area, South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 263-276.

Periodical articleMcCain, Carmen (2011)
FESPACO in a time of Nollywood: the politics of the 'video' film at Africa's oldest festival
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 241-261.

Periodical articleThalén, Oliver (2011)
Ghanaian entertainment brokers: urban change, and 'Afro-cosmopolitanism', with neo-liberal reform
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 227-240.

Periodical articleBrisset-Foucault, Florence (2011)
Peace-making, power configurations and media practices in northern Uganda: a case study of Mega FM
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 205-225.

Periodical articleWitte, Marleen de (2011)
Business of the spirit: Ghanaian broadcast media and the commercial exploitation of Pentecostalism
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 189-204.

Periodical articleGrätz, Tilo (2011)
'Paroles de vie': Christian radio producers in the Republic of Benin
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 161-188.

Periodical articleWachanga, D. Ndirangu (2011)
Kenya's indigenous radio stations and their use of metaphors in the 2007 election violence
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 109-125.

Periodical articleBlé, Raoul Germain (2011)
Communication and collective memory: the plight of oral traditions in Côte d'Ivoire
Abstract presentJournal of African Media Studies. Volume 3 #1. p. 89-108.

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