Society of African Journal Editors

Global Media Journal - African Edition

Global Media Journal - African Edition

From war journalism to peace journalism: Re-inventing peace journalism through audience oppositional reading of terrorism news online

Social media, civil resistance, the Varakashi factor and the shifting polemics of Zimbabwe’s social media “war”

Shaming Political Opponents: Extreme Speech and Scandal on a Nigerien Social Networking Site

THE SOCIAL MEDIA ECOLOGY OF SPATIAL INEQUALITY IN CAPE TOWN: TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM

GENDERING CRUELTY: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE DEPICTION OF THE CRUEL MALE IN GODWIN MAWURU’S NERIA (1993)

AN ISSUE OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SALIENCE: A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF HOW SOUTH AFRICAN NEWSPAPERS REPORT ON ‘CORRECTIVE RAPE’

Journalists’ Safety in the World’s Most Restricted Regime: The Case of Eritrea, Northeast Africa

The Safety of Al Jazeera English Journalists in Egypt

Donkor: A Case Study of the Safety of Journalists in Ghana

THE STRUGGLE FOR LIVELIHOOD: HOW SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS AFFECT THE WAY SOUTH AFRICAN AUDIENCES UNDERSTAND CLIMATE CHANGE

TRENDS IN STRATEGIC MEDIA MANAGEMENT IN ZAMBIA: THE POSITION OF EDITORIAL CREDIBILITY IN NEWSPAPERS

PRESS POLITICS, CLASS AND CONTESTED NOTIONS OF THE PUBLIC: THE AFRICAN DAILY NEWS’ COVERAGE OF THE RAILWAY STRIKE AND THE BUS BOYCOTT OF 1956

Against All Odds: Media Survive in Palestine

Dress, Address and Redress: The Relationships between Female Domestic Workers and their Employers in Cape Town, South Africa

Implications of Issue Salience in the Online News of the 2011 Somali Famine

Media Retaliation against the 2015 Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: The Case of the QFM Radio in Zambia

Reactions and Actions to Xenophobia in South Africa: An Analysis of The Herald and The Guardian Online Newspapers

Striving Media, Sprawling ICC, and Sacrosanct Government: The Kenyan Entanglement

Xenophobia in Literature and Film as a Re-claim of Space and Re-make of Apartheid

Digging for Transparency: How African Journalism Only Scratches the Surface of Conflict

Conflict as an Ideological Orientation of the Nigerian Media

Ethical Challenges Posed by Online Media to Journalism: Case of the Zambian Watchdog

Review of Curriculum for Journalism Students in Middle Level Colleges in Kenya

An Analysis of Western and Nigerian Media Depictions of President Jonathan’s Presidential Bid

ICTs, mobile telephony and politics in Africa: the end of the “communication for development” paradigm?

Core Dimensions of Community Radio in Action: The Case of Ghana

Online Environmental Activism in South Africa: A Case Study of the #IAM4RHINOS Twitter Campaign

Framing Political Change in Egypt: How Ideology influences Coverage

A Dialogue for Social Change on Facebook: A South African Case Study

Indigenous Communication Systems versus Modern Communication Systems: A Case Study of the Bukusu Subtribe of Western Kenya

‘We Are after Ideals’: A Critical Analysis of Ideology in the Tweets by Boko Haram

Making Space in the Public Media Functional for Inter-cultural Dialogue and Social Cohesion

The Commodification of Political Advertising on Television during the 2009 General Elections in South Africa

Women Climbing the Ladder: Experiences of Affirmative Action in South African Media

Naspers Media Group: Ethnic Past and Global Present. Media Firms, Class and Ethnic Identities during the Age of Convergence and Expansion: The Case of Naspers in the First Decade of the 21st Century

Jos Metropolitan Residents’ Perception of Government-Owned Broadcast Media Coverage of the 2011 Gubernatorial Electioneering Campaigns in Plateau State, Nigeria

Media Ownership and the Coverage of the 2013 General Election in Kenya:Democracy at the Crossroads

Socially Constructing Contexts and Imaginations through Filmic Simulacra: The Case of Invictus

Fine-Tuning Africa’s Radio Stations: Connecting Communities and Cultures: A Review Essay

POLITICAL JOURNALISM AND ELECTIONS IN AFRICA

GOOD GOVERNANCE AND MEDIA OWNERSHIP IN NIGERIA: DILEMMATIC PRACTICES, STOIC CHALLENGES

A RESEARCH AGENDA FOR POLITICAL ADVERTISING IN AFRICA: THE CASE OF ZIMBABWE

THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE PRINT MEDIA IN POST-SOCIALIST ETHIOPIA:VIEWS FROM GOVERNMENT, OPPOSITION POLITICIANS, ACADEMICS AND THE PRIVATE PRESS

THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT: FROM VISION TO REALITY

ARE NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES POSITIVELY INFLUENCING DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION? EVIDENCE FROM THE 2008 ELECTIONS IN ZIMBABWE

MEDIA COVERAGE OF CONFLICT IN AFRICA

WHAT ABOUT MEN? GENDERED RECEPTION OF AN EDUTAINMENT DRAMA

COMMUNICATING THE FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) REPORTS IN AFRICA: SOME OBSERVATIONS

INVESTIGATING THE USE OF THE MEDIA IN DISSEMINATING INFORMATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA

CLIMATE CHANGE AND DRAMA: THE YOUTH LEARNING ABOUT AND RESPONDING TO CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES THROUGH DRAMA

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