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The Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for debate on the historical and contemporary aspects of media and communication in Africa. 

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 1, Number 1, 1 May 2009

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Editorial

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Free Content Editorial
pp. 3-7(5)

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Free Content Repositioning African media studies: thoughts and provocations
pp. 9-21(13)
Author: Tomaselli, Keyan G

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Free Content African media research in the era of globalization
pp. 55-68(14)
Author: Ndlela, Nkosi

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Free Content Missing links: African media studies and feminist concerns
pp. 69-80(12)
Author: Gadzekpo, Audrey

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Free Content The politics of corruption and the media in Africa
pp. 155-171(17)
Author: Rnning, Helge

Book Reviews

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Free Content Book Reviews
pp. 173-179(7)
Authors: Moyo, Dumisani; Way, Maria

Film Reviews

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Free Content Film Reviews
pp. 181-188(8)
Authors: Pedersen, Mona; Wasserman, Herman

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