|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Olatunji Ogunyemi is Principal Lecturer in journalism at the University of Lincoln, UK, and has extensive teaching and research experience in both the United Kingdom and overseas. He regularly publishes articles in journals and chapters in edited books and is the author of What Newspapers, Films, and Television do Africans Living in Britain See and Read? The Media of the African Diaspora.
Table of Contents1. Introduction: Communicating Conflict from the Diaspora,Olatunji Ogunyemi.- 2. Diaspora Journalism and Conflicts in Transnational Media Circuits,Ayo Oyeleye.- 3.The diasporic community’s intervention in the Libya uprising,Everett Ndlovu.- 4.Diaspora media role in conflict and peace building from the perspectives of Somali diaspora in Canada,Brian Chama.- 5.An exploration of Discourses of Peace and Conflict during Negotiations for Zimbabwe’s Government of National Unity in the Diaspora Media,Tendai Chari.- 6.Diasporic online radio and the mediation of Zimbabwean conflict/crisis,Bhekinkosi Jakobe Ncube.- 7.Connected to Conflict; the precariousness of working in the Somali media,Idil Osman.- 8.Dynamics of the diasporic Syrian media in Egypt: The context and perspectives,Alamira Samah F. Saleh.- 9.Representing Conflict: Gatekeeping Practices and Framing Devices of African Diasporic Press,Olatunji Ogunyemi.- 10.Representation of Darfur Conflict in Diasporic Media,Rokeshia Renné Ashley.- 11.The media use of diaspora in a conflict situation – A case study of Venezuelans in Finland,Virpi Salojärvi.- 12.A Comparative Analysis of the Representation of Syrian Refugees inTurkish and Diasporic Media: The Case of “etilaf.org”,Burcu KAYA ERDEM and Uğur Gündüz.- 13.Diasporic new media and conversations on conflict: A case of Zimbabwe genocide debates,Shepherd Mpofu.- 14.Online Communities, Conflict, and Diaspora: The Case of South Sudanese Women,Maha Bashir.