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Title:Special issue on gender and media = numéro spécial sur genre et médias
Editor:Gadzekpo, AudreyISNI
Year:2013
Periodical:Africa Media Review (ISSN 0258-4913)
Volume:21
Issue:1-2
Pages:192
Language:English
City:Dakar
Publisher:Codesria
Geographic terms:Africa
Burkina Faso
Ghana
Kenya
Nigeria
Togo
Zimbabwe
Subjects:mass media
gender
information technology
Link:http://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article2523&lang=en
Abstract:The articles contained in this special issue build on the conversations initiated at the Cairo Symposium on 'Gender and Media in Africa'. The papers analyse the shifts and transformations in media and gender relations in Africa. Introduction: Why we go gender in media studies = Introduction: Pourquoi le genre dans les études sur les médias (Audrey Gadzekpo); TIC et genre: domination ou innovation? (Joëlle Palmieri); Les TIC ont-elles un sexe? Les perspectives africaines en TIC et genre à la lumière des approches théoriques en communication (Oumar Kane); Le capital technologique et accès aux métiers techniques des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) au Burkina Faso (Mahamadi Rouamba); Busted cultural myths and Nairobi nights: a critical analysis of gendered social media spaces in Kenya (Wanjiru G. Mbure); Représentations de la féminité et de la masculinité dans la presse togolaise: étude de la caricature dans Sika'a, Viva et Pipo magazine (Kouméalo Anat); Locating Kenyan media in anti-rape discourse: a feminist critique (Lyn Ossome); Gendered portrayal of political actors in Nigerian print media: what impact on women's political participation? (Idongesit Eshiet); 'Ndezve Varume Izvi': hegemonic masculinities and misogyny in popular music in Zimbabwe (Manase Kudzai Chiweshe and Sandra Bhatasara); An exploration of the 'gendered' dimensions of women's success in Ghana's media/communication industry (Abena Animwaa Yeboah and Esi Eduwaa Thompson). Bibliogr., sum. in English and French. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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