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Côte d’Ivoire 2010–2011 post-electoral crisis: An approach from the media

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The objective of this work is approaching the political crisis occurred in Côte d´Ivoire after the contested elections of 2010, through the perspective of the Ivorian media and media professionals. This study draws theoretically on the media political economy and critical understanding of the relationship between democracy and the media. After a brief description of Côte d´Ivoire political history, as well as its media political economy, perceptions from foreign correspondents and Ivoirian journalist were gathered. Conclusions show the sheer complexity of the role played by the media, which goes beyond its information provider responsibility to turn into platforms for the political struggle in a highly political polarized environment. At the same time, it is demonstrated how foreign perceptions of Ivorian media performance are built against ideal representations of media that often fail to grasp particular contexts.
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Keywords: Côte d´Ivoire; Media; cultural industries; journalism; political transition

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Rey Juan Carlos University

Publication date: June 1, 2013

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