- Title Pages
- 1 Orality, the Media and New Popular Cultures in Africa
- 2 The Media in Social Development in Contemporary Africa
- 3 Language and the Media in Africa: Between the Old Empire and the New
- 4 Reflections on the Media in Africa: Strangers in a Mirror?
- 5 Africa’s Media: Democracy and Belonging
- 6 Representation of Africa in the Western Media: Challenges and Opportunities
- 7 Media Consumerism and Cultural Transformation
- 8 African Intellectuals in a Hostile Media Environment
- 9 Publishing in Africa
- 10 Pentecostalism and Modern Audiovisual Media
- 11 Rekindling Efficacy: Storytelling for Health
- 12 The Media in Education
- 13 Horn of Africa and Kenya Diaspora Websites as Alternative Media Sources
- 14 Popular Dance Music and the Media
- 15 Media Parenting and the Construction of Media Identities in Northern Nigerian Muslim Hausa Video Films
- 16 ‘To Make Strange Things Possible’: The Photomontages of the Bakor Photo Studio in Lamu, Kenya
- 17 Musical Images and Imaginations: Tanzanian Music Videos
- 18 Political Ridicule: Mediatized Notions of ‘Transparent Concealment’1
- 19 Names, Cloth and Identity: A Case From West Africa
- 20 Museums in Africa
- 21 Literary Prizes, Book Prizes and African Writing
- 22 Innovating ‘Alternative’ Identities: Nairobi Matatu Culture
- 23 Bringing Change Through Laughter: Cartooning in Kenya
- 24 Demonic Tradition:Representations of Oathing in Newspaper Coverage of the 1997 Crisis in Coastal Kenya1
- 25 Epilogue: In the Name of Similitude
- Media and Identity in Africa
- Edinburgh University Press
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