African Broadcast Cultures: Radio in Transitionby Richard Fardon, Graham Furniss
Radio has played a pivotal role in situations of conflict, crisis, change and development on the African continent. Local radio stations are as important as international broadcasters being both the barometers and agents of change. North America: Praeger
- Boydell & Brewer, Limited
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RICHARD FARDON is a former chairman of the Centre of African Studies at the University of London.
GRAHAM FURNISS is also a former chairman of the Centre for African Studies. Fardon and Furniss previously collaborated on African Languages, Development, and the State (1994).
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