[FoME] Neu: "Journal of African Media Studies" - Free Issue

Christoph Dietz christoph.dietz at CAMECO.ORG
Mo Okt 6 13:52:37 CEST 2008

Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is a new interdisciplinary
journal that provides a forum for debate on the historical and
contemporary aspects of African media and 

For more information about the journal and how to submit, visit the
journal's webpage:

Dort auch die erste Ausgabe kostenlos zum Download.

Principal Editor: Winston Mano, University of Westminster, UK,
manow at wmin.ac.uk 

Associate Editors:
Monica Chibita, Makerere University, Uganda, monica at masscom.mak.ac.ug 
Wendy Willems, School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS),University
of London, UK, wendywillems at soas.ac.uk 

Journal of African Media Studies
Volume 1 Issue 1 (free issue)
Cover Date: October 2008
Positioning African media studies
Authors: Winston Mano 
Page start: 3 

Repositioning African media studies
Authors: Keyan G. Tomaselli 
Page start: 9 
Between journalism 'universals' and cultural particulars: challenges
facing the development of a journalism programme in an East African
Authors: Terje S. Skjerdal 
Page start: 23 
Looking backward, looking forward: African media studies and the
question of power
Authors: Mohammed Musa 
Page start: 35 

African media research in the era of globalization
Authors: Nkosi Ndlela 
Page start: 55 
Missing links: African media studies and feminist concerns
Authors: Audrey Gadzekpo 
Page start: 69 

The growth and development of African media studies: perspectives from
Authors: Abiodun Salawu 
Page start: 81 

Fata Morgana: Mirage in the Desert - a sequence of images
Authors: Graham Evans 
Page start: 91 
‘We need to open up the country’: development and the Christian key
scenario in the social space of Kinshasa’s teleserials
Authors: Katrien Pype 
Page start: 101 
Popular music and political change in Côte d’Ivoire: the divergent
dynamics of zouglou and reggae
Authors: Anne Schumann 
Page start: 117 
Music advocacy, the media and the Malawi political public sphere,
Authors: John Lwanda 
Page start: 135 
The politics of corruption and the media in Africa
Authors: Helge Rønning 
Page start: 155 
Book and Film Reviews
Page start: 173 

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