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Periodical articleMilton, Viola Candice (2015)
See this publicationMedia research: so what difference does it make?
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 163-168.

Periodical articleManda, Levi Zeleza (2015)
See this publicationFactors affecting the quality of Malawian journalism
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 156-162.

Periodical articleRønning, Helge (2015)
See this publicationReflections on elections in a dominant party state
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 149-155.

Periodical articleShi, Anbin (2015)
See this publicationRe-orienting the 'charm offensive' to the 'charm defensive': a critical review of Chinese media development in Africa
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 135-140.

Periodical articleHadland, Adrian (2015)
See this publicationRisk and journalism in the digital age
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 129-134.

Periodical articleObijiofor, Levi (2015)
See this publicationAfrican journalists as an endangered breed
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 122-128.

Periodical articleMudgal, Vipul (2015)
See this publicationCitizenship communication: revisiting the faultlines of North-South relations
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 113-121.

Periodical articleFrère, Marie Soleil (2015)
See this publicationFrancophone Africa: the rise of 'pluralist authoritarian' media systems?
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 103-112.

Periodical articleOgola, George (2015)
See this publicationAfrican journalism: a journey of failures and triumphs
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 93-102.

Periodical articleSteeves, H. Leslie; Awino, Irene (2015)
See this publicationGender divides and African journalism practice
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 84-92.

Periodical articleConboy, Martin (2015)
See this publicationLocating critiques of normativity: geo-historical perspectives
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 77-83.

Periodical articleKivikuru, Ullamaija (2015)
See this publicationIs cultural translation hidden in African journalism?
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 65-72.

Periodical articleSkjerdal, Terje (2015)
See this publicationWhy the 'African' still matters in African journalism studies
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 57-64.

Periodical articleSparks, Colin (2015)
See this publicationPower asymmetries in North-South dialogues
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 51-56.

Periodical articleChristians, Clifford (2015)
See this publicationNorth-South dialogues in journalism studies
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 44-50.

Periodical articleNyamnjoh, Francis B. (2015)
See this publicationJournalism in Africa: modernity, Africanity
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 37-43.

Periodical articleWaisbord, Silvio (2015)
See this publicationRemaking 'area studies' in journalism studies
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 30-36.

Periodical articleFair, Jo Ellen (2015)
See this publicationAfrican journalism studies: the first 60 years
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 22-29.

Periodical articleBosch, Tanja (2015)
See this publicationResearch in African journalism: trends and projections
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 18-21.

Periodical articleMabweazara, Hayes Mawindi (2015)
See this publicationAfrican journalism in the 'digital era': charting a research agenda
Abstract presentAfrican journalism studies. Volume 36 #1. p. 11-17.

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