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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 5, Number 2, 1 June 2013

Introduction

African media and politics
pp. 115-118(4)
Authors: Hyde-Clarke, Nathalie; Walton, Marion

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Youth, Facebook and politics in South Africa
pp. 119-130(12)
Author: Bosch, Tanja

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Facebook and public debate: An informal learning tool for the youth
pp. 131-148(18)
Author: Hyde-Clarke, Nathalie

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Prepaid social media and mobile discourse in South Africa
pp. 149-167(19)
Authors: Walton, Marion; Leukes, Pierrinne

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Facebook, the public sphere and political youth leagues in South Africa
pp. 169-186(18)
Authors: Ndlovu, Musawenkosi; Mbenga, Chilombo

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Will the social media lenses be the framework for sustainable development in rural Nigeria?
pp. 237-254(18)
Authors: Madu, Robert; Moguluwa, Shedrack Chinwuba

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