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War, Famine, and Poverty: Race in the Construction of Africa's Media Image
Through my teaching of undergraduate international communication courses, I am constantly reminded what many scholars have asserted: Of all the world’s regions, Africa is the least understood byExpand
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Press Freedom in Africa
Introduction The Beginning: Newspapers in Black Africa Before World War II The Press in the Independence Movement Government and the Press: Changing Relations Press Freedoms and Functions: A CriticalExpand
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Development Communication and Popular Resistance in Africa: An Examination of the Struggle over Tradition and Modernity through Media
From the onset of the post-World War II international campaign for the development of the Third World, much attention has been paid to the role of various media forms in the process of making AfricaExpand
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A Meta-Research Case Study of Development Journalism
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  • Political Science
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Genocide: Truth, Memory, and Representation
Acknowledgments vii Genocide, Truth, Memory, and Representation: An Introduction / Kevin Lewis O'Neill and Alexander Laban Hinton 1 Part 1. Truth/Memory/Representation 1. What Is an Anthropology ofExpand
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Violent democracies in Latin America
Despite recent political movements to establish democratic rule in Latin American countries, much of the region still suffers from pervasive violence. From vigilantism, to human rights violations, toExpand
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