[FoME] WG: [IAMCR] TOC: African Communication Research 3(3): Bribery and corruption in African journalism

Wolf Ludwig wolf.ludwig at comunica-ch.net
Mi Mär 23 18:32:41 CET 2011

FYI -- with regards,
Wolf Ludwig

Keyan Tomaselli sent Wed, 23 Mar 2011 10:48:4
>African Communication Research 3(3): Bribery and corruption in African
>Volume 3, Number 3, December 2010 
>Review Article:
>Research on brown envelope journalism in the African media
>Terje S. Skjerdal,
>Business journalism ethics in Africa: A comparative study of newsrooms
>in South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe
>Admire Mare and Robert Brand
>When your “take home” can hardly take home: 
>Moonlighting and the quest for economic survival in the Zimbabwean
>Hayes Mawindi Mabweazara
>Zambian PR practitioner’s perspectives on “brown envelopes” and
>freebies: Working through the confusion
>Twange Kasoma
>The growing influence of bribery in Ethiopian journalism
>Birhanu Olana Dirbaba
>Brown envelopes and the need for ethical re-orientaion: Perceptions of
>Nigerian journalists
>Chinenye Nwabueze
>A critical view of the Kenyan media system through the perspective of
>the journalist
>Elisabet Helander
>Tanzanian journalists’ ambivalent perception of their ethics: 
>A “Jekyll and Hyde” occupationDenis Mpagze and Robert A. White
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