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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 2, Number 3, 1 November 2010

Editorial

Editorial
pp. 265-266(2)
Author: Chibita, Monica B

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Mobile interconnections: Reinterpreting distance, relating and difference in the Cameroonian Grassfields
pp. 267-285(19)
Authors: de Bruijn, Mirjam; Nyamnjoh, Francis; Angwafo, Tseghama

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Rethinking rugby and the rainbow nation
pp. 287-296(10)
Authors: Vincent, Louise; Stevenson, Sasha

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Can the media in Africa shape Africa's political future?
pp. 339-352(14)
Author: Mukhongo, Lusike Lynete

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Regional parallelism and the reporting of corruption in the Nigerian press
pp. 353-369(17)
Author: Yusha'u, Muhammad Jameel

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Book Review

Book Review
pp. 371-374(4)
Author: Franks, Suzanne

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Film Review

Film Review
pp. 375-377(3)
Author: Dipio, Dominica

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Obituary

Obituary: Louise Manon Bourgault
pp. 379-380(2)
Author: Mano, Winston

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Index Volume 1
pp. 383-383(1)

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