The Media and Conflicts in Central Africa
This is an investigation of the role that local news media play in Central African conflicts, combining theoretical analysis with case studies from nine African countries. The text provides an understanding of the complex forces at play.
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The Media During War the Media for Peace
Providing Information in a WarTorn Country
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