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Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies
Serial, and Published By Taylor & Francis in English language
Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies (ENAJS) is the premier international peer-reviewed journal for the critical analysis of journalism scholarship, education and practice in all its facets in Africa. The purpose of the journal is to foster a better understanding of journalism, media studies, and mass communication as research areas in the comparative context of Africa and the Global South, and to build links between these academic fields and the media professions. The journal's focus is on Africa, but its academic interest and scope is transnational.
Africa Media Review = Revue Africaine Des Medias
Serial, Created By Council for the Development of social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and Published By CODESRIA in English language
Africa Media Review provides a forum for research and debate on communication theory, practice and policy in Africa. It seeks to raise awareness about the interconnections between media, communication and social processes in Africa, and how these shape and are affected by policies and practices at global, regional and local levels. It welcomes contributions on all aspects of communication informed by or relevant to the predicaments of Africa.
Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies
Serial, and Published By Taylor & Francis in English language
Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies (ENAJS) is the premier international peer-reviewed journal for the critical analysis of journalism scholarship, education and practice in all its facets in Africa. The purpose of the journal is to foster a better understanding of journalism, media studies, and mass communication as research areas in the comparative context of Africa and the Global South, and to build links between these academic fields and the media professions. The journal's focus is on Africa, but its academic interest and scope is transnational.