Global Media Journal, a publication of the Global Communication Association, is sponsored by the Department of Communication and Creative Arts, Purdue University, Calumet, Hammond, Indiana, USA. Besides the American edition the following global editions have been established: African, Arabic, Australian, Brazilian, Canadian, Chinese, German, Indian, Malaysian, Mediterranean, Pakistan, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Mexican and Turkish.
The African Edition of Global Media Journal is maintained by the Journalism Department of Stellenbosch University in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It was launched in October 2007. It is advised by an editorial board of prominent International Communication scholars from throughout the world and publishes research papers, professional articles, and book reviews.
Global Media Journal African Edition also offers an opportunity to graduate students to publish their work.
Global Media Journal African Edition is published bi-annually.
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Vol 8, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|The Political Rhetoric of Violence and Power: The Making of Modern Memory in Africa|
|The Commodification of Political Advertising on Television during the 2009 General Elections in South Africa|
|Women Climbing the Ladder: Experiences of Affirmative Action in South African Media|
|Naspers Media Group: Ethnic Past and Global Present. Media Firms, Class and Ethnic Identities during the Age of Convergence and Expansion: The Case of Naspers in the First Decade of the 21st Century|
|Sethunya Tshepho Mosime|
|Jos Metropolitan Residents’ Perception of Government-Owned Broadcast Media Coverage of the 2011 Gubernatorial Electioneering Campaigns in Plateau State, Nigeria|
|Ezekiel Shegun Asemah, Angela Nkiru Nwammuo, Leo Onyeka Nwachukwu Edegoh|
|Media Ownership and the Coverage of the 2013 General Election in Kenya:Democracy at the Crossroads|
|Tome Francis Simiyu|
|Socially Constructing Contexts and Imaginations through Filmic Simulacra: The Case of Invictus|
|Fine-Tuning Africa’s Radio Stations: Connecting Communities and Cultures: A Review Essay|
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