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China, Africa and Beyond
Journal article, Created By Large, Daniel and Published By Cambridge University Press in English language
Emerging trends and patterns in China–Africa media dynamics: A discussion from an East African perspective
Journal article, Created By Wekesa, Bob and Published By Taylor & Francis in English language
Academic considerations of African communications, media and journalism are in their embryonic stages, to the extent that they trail other strands of engagement within highly dynamic China–Africa relations. Yet, media reporting of China by Chinese, African and global media have been in flux since the inauguration of the Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2000. Three layers of perspective on China–Africa media confluences are discernible: the re-entry of Chinese media into the African media space; China–Africa communication/media scholarship is only now beginning ...
Emerging trends and patterns in China–Africa media dynamics: A discussion from an East African perspective
Journal article, Created By Wekesa, Bob and Published By Taylor & Francis in English language
Academic considerations of African communications, media and journalism are in their embryonic stages, to the extent that they trail other strands of engagement within highly dynamic China–Africa relations. Yet, media reporting of China by Chinese, African and global media have been in flux since the inauguration of the Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2000. Three layers of perspective on China–Africa media confluences are discernible: the re-entry of Chinese media into the African media space; China–Africa communication/media scholarship is only now beginning ...
Negotiating China: Reinserting African agency into China–Africa relations
Journal article, Created By Mohan, Giles and Published By Oxford University Press (OUP) in English language
Most analyses of China's renewed engagement with Africa treat China as the driving force, and little recognition is given to the role of African agency, especially beyond the level of state elites. This article investigates the extent of African agency in engagements with China and argues that at various levels African actors have negotiated, shaped, and even driven Chinese engagements in important ways. Suggesting a theoretical framework that captures agency both within and beyond the state, the article provides an empirical analysis of African agency first...